August 9, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Jupiter Medical Center Foundation benefit set for Frenchmen’s beach club

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Mark your calendars: The Jupiter Medical Center Foundation’s Highballs & Hibiscus event is set for Sept. 28 at Frenchman’s Creek Beach Club in Juno Beach.  More...

Scripps scientists get grant for cancer study

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Scientists from the Jupiter campus of The Scripps Research Institute have been awarded about $1.5 million from the National Institutes of Health to identify and develop new therapeutic approaches against a broad spectrum of cancers.  More...

Gardens women’s club grants 3 scholarships

The General Federation of Women’s Club Palm Beach Gardens recently announced 2012-2013 scholarship recipients. The club has been offering scholarships for the past 40 years. More...

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Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center names new CEO

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Larry Coomes is the new chief executive officer of Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. As CEO, he will be responsible for all hospital strategic, operational and clinical activities. More...

Executive Women of Palm Beaches names officers, board members

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Executive Women of the Palm Beaches announced new board members for the 2012-2013 year, and honored leaders from this past year during a reception at PGA National Resort & Spa.  More...

Northern chamber golf tourney Sept. 14

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The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce is holding its second annual golf tournament, the Chamber Golf Classic, on Sept. 14 at Frenchman’s Reserve Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens. More...

Lighthouse celebration marks role of amateur radio, lighthouses

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, along with other lighthouses around the world, will celebrate International Lighthouse Lightship weekend on Aug. More...

Traveling that long hard road to someday

July married August after the 100th anniversary of my grandmother’s death had slipped past like a warm wind.  Thank God our air conditioning has failed. More...

St. Mary’s a world-renown site for latest neurology technology

I am excited to share with you that St. Mary’s Medical Center is building on our existing strength in clinical diagnostics as a designated National GE Show Site. As a show site, St. More...

County clerk’s office awards three scholarships

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Three Palm Beach County students earned $1,000 college scholarships, thanks to donations from Clerk & Comptroller’s office employees. More...

Marinelife Center grant will help pinpoint turtle nests

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center has received a donation of $22,500 from the National Save The Sea Turtle Foundation, which in part benefits the LMC research department.  The donation will be used to purchase new, highly precise GPS equipment for us More...

Real Estate News

Magical penthouse at Beach Front, Singer Island

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The perfect blend of comfort and luxury make each residence at Beach Front a special retreat. More...

With fewer rentals, why lease for high season, if you can buy?

Before becoming seasonal residents of the Palm Beach area, many families elect to rent for a season; all part of the process in determining where they will ultimately settle when making their longterm commitment. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Sea Turtle Arribada

Decorated reptiles arrive at The Gardens Mall, where they will raise money and awareness for the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

Each summer, kemps ridley and olive ridley sea turtles congregate on the shores from Central America to India in hopes of perpetuating each species in a ritual called the arribada. More...

See Adam Stoltman Olympics 2012 photos at Photographic Centre

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Photographs from the London Olympics, by Adam Stoltman, and a collection of photos from FOTOcamp students will be on exhibit Aug. 24 through Nov. 10 at the non-profit Palm Beach Photographic Centre in downtown West Palm Beach. More...

Maltz “Idols” show a success for theater, audience, contestants

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The Maltz Jupiter Theatre Guild’s ninth annual Palm Beach Idols fundraiser raised approximately $8,800 for the not-for-profit Maltz Jupiter Theatre Paul and Sandra Goldner Conservatory of the Performing Arts.  More...