December 16, 2010 RSS feed / Top News

Fundraiser for environmental academy a “great success”

Two hundred and forty people attended “Let the Good Times Roll” at the Jupiter Community Center on Nov. 20.   More...

Hair, fashion show to raise money for nonprofits

Hair in the Spirit and Virtuous Women Inc. presents the Winter Wonderland Extravaganza: Hair and Fashion Benefit Show at the Palm Beach County Convention Center on Dec. 18 from 6-9 p.m. More...

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Business News

Half of mortgage holders would consider walking away if underwater, survey finds

Nearly half of homeowners with a mortgage said they would consider walking away if their mortgage were under water, according to a survey done for two national real estate firms. More...

Postal service ends year with $8.5 billion loss

The U.S. Postal Service reported its 2010 financial results, showing a net loss of $8.5 billion for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30.   More...

Simple rules ensure packages arrive on time

Each year, more packages are sent through the mail during the holiday season than any other period. The busiest mailing day is set for Monday, Dec. 20. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Who is your family?

L ESBIANS AND ORTHODOX JEWS. They are two groups on the social and political spectrum that probably would have few occasions to meet, except in a play like Karen Hartman’s “Goldie, Max & Milk,” which premiered Dec. More...

Community Center sets first wellness expo for Gardens

The Jewish Community Center North will host the first Palm Beach Wellness Expo on Jan. 9.   The expo, sponsored by Atlantis Orthopaedics, is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn, 3505 Kyoto Gardens Drive. More...

Gardens offers variety of art, dance classes for adults

The Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Department offers a variety of adult art and dance classes.   Day and evening classes take place at the Burns Road Recreation Center, 4404 Burns Road. Listed below are some of the new winter classes for 2011. More...

Warriors in Pink will help lead South Florida Race for the Cure

The South Florida Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure named eight Warriors in Pink, who represent the courage and strength of breast cancer survivors in the fight to rid the world of the disease forever. More...

Now’s the time to have “helping heart and caring hand”

As the year winds down, there is much to enjoy in being out and about doing all the things that crowd out, by comparison, the mundane priorities of an otherwise typical workweek. More...

Jupiter Water Utility wins state environmental award

The town of Jupiter’s utilities department has won its third award for Plant Operations Excellence from the state Department of Environmental Protection. More...

Real Estate News

The Landmark Life

A rare 11th floor offering includes a high-end custom-built interior and wraparound balcony

T he Landmark at the Gardens is located at 3610 Gardens Parkway in the heart of Palm Beach Gardens, near world-class shopping and dining. Landmark More...

IRS adds reporting requirements for small business and property owners

During 2010, two new informationreporting requirements have been added to the duties of property owners and owners of small businesses — including self-employed individuals and independent contractors, the IRS reports. More...

43.2% of county residential mortgages underwater

A total of 43.2 percent of all residential properties in Palm Beach County had mortgages that were underwater in the third quarter, compared to 44.1 percent in the previous quarter. More...