July 7, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Loggerhead Marinelife Center seeks nominations for Go Blue Awards

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center is accepting nominations for the 2011 Go Blue Awards, which are given annually to three individuals and a business for extraordinary contributions to promoting marine conservation. More...

Do you know when to call 9-1-1- or head to the ER?

In some casescases, making the decision to call 9-1-1 or get to an emergency room isn’t easy.  The following outlines some, but not all, of the warning signs and symptoms that may warrant a trip to the emergency room. More...

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Diversification versus investment betting

Most people want to make a lot of money in their investing.  For the average person, how they handle their investing is absolutely critical to their ability to retire and stay retired. More...

County businesses reminded to purchase tax receipts

Anne Gannon, Constitutional Tax Collector, noted last week that Local Business Tax Receipt season began July 1 and continues through Sept. 30. More...

310 FPL customers apply for solar rebates

The application window for Florida Power & Light Company’s 2011 solar photovoltaic (PV) closed June 29 after 310 FPL customers applied for approximately $5.6 million in rebates to reduce the cost of installing their own solar power panels a More...

Sea turtle count rises in Juno, Jupiter

Sea turtle nesting season is nature’s shell game.  Each year, thousands of the reptiles return to beaches near where they were hatched to lay eggs and repeat the cycles that have continued through millennia.  And each year, the Logger More...

Florida Weekly sweeps state newspaper awards

For the second consecutive year, Florida Weekly has been named the most outstanding weekly newspaper in the state racking up 24 journalism awards at the annual Florida Press Association convention in St. Petersburg last week.  More...

Juno Beach PD offers online safety course

The Juno Beach Police Department and Secure Florida is offering “Online Family Safety,” to educate residents about dangers in cyberspace. More...

The tripod of public, private and community sectors newly discovered

GIVING

There is a new buzzword making the circuits that you are likely to hear a lot more in the coming months: social economy. It’s a terminology I first heard in a meeting of grantmakers. More...

Real Estate News

Martinique Manor

Stained glass and rich wall coverings give this Singer Island home the feel of a mansion

An uncommon seaside retreat on Singer Island offers warm-toned woods and paneling from ceiling to walls with detailed inlays reminiscent of a European mansion with an Art Deco influence. More...

Florida Realtors offers safeguarding tips

Many families take vacations during summer, and Florida Realtors suggests you take precautions before leaving.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

3 FRIENDS 20 YEARS

Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival marks two decades of tuneful summers

IT STARTED WITH THREE MUSICIAN FRIENDS getting together to make music during the summer. That blossomed, and 20 years later, the Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival is going strong. More...

“Palm Beach Idols” showcases talent at Maltz

At the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, season is over. Summer camp is on. More...

‘Transformers: Dark Of The Moon’

LATEST FILMS

Sometimes it’s the little boy in you who ends up reviewing movies, and that’s what’s happened here.  More...