Take a look back, to see our inspiration to move forward.

1911
The weekly Everglades Breeze begins publishing, quickly renamed the Fort Lauderdale Sentinel.
1924
The Fort Lauderdale Sentinel becomes a daily newspaper.
1925
Brothers Leroy and W.J. Galvin buy the Sentinel and a local weekly, the Herald, and consolidate them into The Daily News and Evening Sentinel.
1926
Sold to Horace and Tom Stilwell and a few years later to R.H. Gore.
1953
The first Sunday edition of the Daily News hits the streets with a new name the Fort Lauderdale News.
1960
The Sun Sentinel debuts as a five-day morning.
1963
Tribune Co. purchases the Fort Lauderdale News and Sun Sentinel for $18 million.
1965
The paper establishes Help a Child Smile, a campaign to distribute gifts to poor children. It evolves into the Sun Sentinel Children's Fund, which continues to grant millions to charitable organizations.
1978
The Newspapers in Education (NIE) program is introduced, utilizing the newspaper as a learning tool in local classrooms.
1989
A massive state-of-the-art newspaper press and production facility is completed in Deerfield Beach.
1992
The Fort Lauderdale News, the company's evening paper, ceases publication.
1993
The company officially becomes the Sun Sentinel Co.
1994
The Sun Sentinel makes its first foray into the digital world with a website for its alternative weekly, XS, later known as City Link.
1994
The Sun Sentinel Co. buys South Florida Parenting, a monthly, free distribution publication focusing on parenting tips, children's health and activities.
1996
The Sun Sentinel Digital Edition, the paper's first online version, appears on AOL.
1996
Home Spot, a real estate classified site with 1,400 electronic pages is launched, as well as the Career Spot site, which later becomes CareerBuilder, and an automotive classified site.
1998
The Sun Sentinel purchases the South Florida Newspaper network, a chain of community weeklies which is now called the Forum Publishing Group.
1999
The paper drops the Digital Edition name on its website, which now becomes SunSentinel.com.
2002
A Spanish-language weekly, El Sentinel, begins publication along with its companion site.
2007
Sam Zell, billionaire real estate investor, acquires the Tribune Co., including the Sun Sentinel. Price $8.2 billion.
2009
SunSentinel.com enters the world of social media, engaging audiences on Facebook, Twitter and other online venues.
2010
Breaking news becomes available on text alerts, and online video content takes center stage on SunSentinel.com.
2011
No longer confined to page or computer, Sun Sentinel delivers news on the go through mobile phone apps.
2013
The Sun Sentinel was awarded the prestigious Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal for public service journalism for its series Above the Law Speeding Cops, which broke new ground in database journalism and had an immediate and lasting impact on the community.
2014
The New Digital initiative launched which totally integrated the digital and editorial staffs, aiming to change workflow and doing away with old print-based habits.
2014
Sun Sentinel, under Tribune Publishing, becomes a publicly traded company.
2015
Sun Sentinel breaks 1-million mark for monthly video views, reaching a whopping 1,666,695 in January.