July 28, 2011 RSS feed / Top News

Summer memberships still available at Eastpointe Country Club

Summer memberships are still available at Eastpointe Country Club, where golf may be played on a 7,011-yard par-72 course designed by George and Tom Fazio. More...

Gardens genealogist to speak at conference

Phyllis Kramer will be a guest speaker at the 31st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. More...

Jupiter Medical and Scripps Research team up on cancer tissue research

In a first for both institutions, Jupiter Medical Center and The Scripps Research Institute, one of the world’s largest private, non-profit biomedical research organizations, are teaming up to conduct research on human cancer tissue.  More...

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Jupiter Utilities receives fourth EPA award for excellent drinking water

Jupiter Utilities has been awarded the 2010 Safe Drinking Water Act Excellence Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4.  The award marks the fourth time the utility has received the recognition. More...

STORE summer market to run through August

A summer market has been such a success that STORE Self Storage and Wine Storage in Palm Beach Gardens will continue to run the event through August. It’s each Saturday through Aug. 27 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  More...

Business leaders Cayson, Williams presented with Blue Dove Awards

Elizabeth “Liz” Cayson and Sean Williams received the 2011 Blue Dove Awards for leadership and community service. More...

26th Loggerhead Triathlon set for Carlin Park, A1A

Dedicated is the perfect word to describe Linda Neary Robb. More...

For complete hurricane information, download WPBF’s free, new mobile app

WPBF 25 has launched a new mobile app, the WPBF 25 Hurricane Tracker. Available for free download on both iPhone and Android platforms, the WPBF 25 Hurricane Tracker app is a comprehensive mobile source for crucial information this hurricane season. More...

Sale to raise money for Miracle House

A summer sidewalk sale to raise money for Miracle House will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. More...

The day the Earth stood still

GIVING

With summer in full swing, it was with much anticipation I planned a short trip to head out of town and visit my son who is interning in a summer job in New York. More...

Real Estate News

Boost your business, become a star

Opportunities abound at Florida Realtors convention

The latest gadgets, motivational advice from top trainers and a chance to network with other real estate professionals: That’s what the Florida Realtors 2011 Convention & Trade Expo has to offer — opportunities to learn new best pract More...

State condo sales up 8 percent in June

Florida’s existing condo sales rose 8 percent in June with a total of 7,941 units sold statewide compared to 7,330 sold in June 2010, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Daryl Sherman and Jay Leonhart combine melody and rhythm for a cabaret show

Dynamic DUO

SHE IS WITTY AND QUICK. He is smart but dry. Add voices and instruments, combine them onstage and you have the makings of a musical blast. At least that’s how pianist Daryl Sherman and bassist Jay Leonhart see it. More...

It’s all happening at the Palm Beach Zoo

The Palm Beach Zoo is a fantastic outdoor adventure. It’s a place where you can follow along mysterious paths and see a different animal around each turn. Plus there are ducks, turtles and birds in and around almost every habitat. More...

Author introduces kids to the art of storytelling

Instill in kids a love of reading and meet a local author during a reading of the book “On Grandpop’s Lap,” by Cathy Helowicz.  The reading, which begins at 10:30 a.m. More...