October 28, 2010 RSS feed / Top News

A look at Palm Beach County, local referenda

PALM BEACH COUNTY    REQUIRING COUNTY CODE OF ETHICS, INDEPENDENT ETHICS COMMISSION AND INDEPENDENT INSPECTOR GENERAL   More...

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Hot properties, big price tags

On Jupiter Island, it’s not just the house — it’s the lifestyle

Jupiter Island.   It has attracted the likes of Burt Reynolds, Olivia Newton-John and Celine Dion.   Golfers love it, too. Think Tiger Woods, Greg Norman and Nick Price. More...

Palm Beach County one of just four areas to see jump in home sales

Palm Beach County was one of only four areas in Florida to report an increase in sales of single-family homes in September.   Sales climbed 7 percent over the same month last year, according to data released by Florida Realtors. More...

Hunting for travel deals puts extra money in your pocket

MONEY & INVESTING

Travel is expensive. Two critical and large items for which people have to manage and budget are airfare and hotel costs. The Internet efficiently delivers a multitude of pricing options for hotels and flights. More...

City budget main issue for Gardens council candidates

Term limits, the city budget and potential cuts in services are among the issues for Palm Beach Gardens residents in the Nov. 2 special election for Seat 5 on the city council. More...

Voting day questions?

Here are all of the amendments made easy

Some of the amendments on November’s ballot have been as contentious this election cycle as the races for office. Nevertheless, the amendments are often cited as a vexing part of the ballot for voters. More...

Real Estate News

Toll Brothers launches new model at Frenchman’s Reserve

L uxury homebuyers get one more option in northern Palm Beach County, as Toll Brothers has opened a new model home in its Heritage   Collection at Frenchman’s Reserve.   More...

Arts & Entertainment News

EPIC PLAY LAUNCHES SERIES ABOUT FLORIDA - CANE

As Florida Stage, a large professional theater producing exclusively new and developing American plays, completes its first quarter century of existence, producing artistic director Lou Tyrrell ponders its legacy. More...

Get spooky at fall festival and wine, food fest

A fall festival and a food and wine fest are set for Oct. 30 in the Gardens. The second annual Boo’s ‘N’ Brews Food & Wine Festival, organized by Whole Foods to benefit Autism Speaks, is 6 p.m. More...

‘Heart Transplant’

BEACH READING

Sean is a pudgy 9-year-old kid whose turbulent home life parallels the heartless bullying he faces daily at school. One afternoon, he returns home to find his neglectful, drunk mother and her boyfriend-of-the-month murdered. More...