March 17, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

BallenIsles raises record $75,000 for ‘Arnie’s Army’

BallenIsles Country Club has donated $75,000 to the Prostate Cancer Foundation to support advanced research for finding better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer. More...

Pro boxing event to raise money for Komen

World-class boxers from Florida and other parts of the U.S. will join in the fight against breast cancer in the “Fight(s) for the Pink” at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter on April 2. More...

MacArthur champ to be honored during April 16 nature event

Tom Chesnes, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at Palm Beach Atlantic University, has been named the Environmental Champion of John D. Mac- Arthur Beach State Park’s NatureScaping 2011 event.  More...

Forever is indeed a very, very long time

GIVING

The Community Foundation supports activities that are in interest of improving the quality of public discourse, convening broad audiences on a wide variety of topics throughout the year. More...

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Business News

West Palm’s paradise for salvagers

Adam & Eve offers 3 acres of architectural elements from another era

Allison’s Adam & Eve is where old houses go when they die.  Need a Victorian iron gate?  Chances are, Adam & Eve will have one.  Have you broken the lid to the tank of your pink 1950s toilet?  The architectural salva More...

Rising gas prices challenge recovery

MONEY & INVESTING

Inflation is here and it is knocking at your door.... the door of your car. It is being announced at every gas station’s marquee. More...

Nine north county, Treasure Coast women nominated for leadership awards

Nine residents of northern Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast are among 34 women nominated for the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Women In Leadership Awards.  The winner in each of three community sectors — volunteer, private an More...

Have what it takes to get a new license? You get a gold star

Anne Gannon has one question for you: Do you have your star yet?  Why does she care?  The Palm Beach County Tax Collector’s Office has assumed responsibility for issuing driver licenses, and that comes amid higher security measures re More...

Mounts honors chairman; sets April and May events

Mounts Botanical Garden dedicated the Esther B. O’Keeffe Rain Garden during its annual membership meeting. More...

Get a bargain and help injured wildlife

The second annual garage sale fundraiser for the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is Saturday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Two join Marshall advisory board

Jenny Prior Brown, a member of the Palm Beach County School Board, and Carla Cove, a retired financial adviser, have joined the 29-member advisory board of the Arthur R. Marshall Foundation. More...

Moonlight concert set at MacArthur park

Singer-songwriter Pat Surface will perform at the John D. MacArthur Beach State Park moonlight concert from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on March 19. A native of Minnesota, Mr. More...

Real Estate News

Kolter sales skyrocket

February sales in the Gardens increase 80 percent

Sales of Kolter Homes at Paloma in Palm Beach Gardens jumped 80 percent in February compared to February of last year.  Kolter is attributing the increase in part to longer, harsher winter months in the North and “homeowners’ desire More...

Keller Williams to open Port St. Lucie office

Keller Williams Realty Inc. will open a business center in Port St. More...

Market solutions topic of forum hosted by Jewish Federation group

“The Realities of Today’s Real Estate Market: Practical Solutions for Your Business” will be the title of a forum featuring experts from the legal, accounting and financial professions on March 25 at 7:30 a.m. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

DRAMATIC MORSEL

“Dinner With Friends” staged by Dramaworks

IN ITS 11 SEASONS, PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS has developed an audience eager for a challenge. More...

If it’s spring, it’s time for fan fare at Roger Dean

Pagentry. Heraldry. Ritual. More...

18th celebrity dance for stars set for April 16 at the Kravis

South Florida’s biggest ballroom dance competition is returning on April 16, when the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts presents the 18th annual Reach for the Stars.  The annual fundraiser benefits the Kravis Center S*T*A*R (Students a More...