September 27, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Pick up or sell your treasures at North Palm Beach community sale

Save some gasoline and hit about 80 garage sales in one place on Saturday, Sept. More...

St. Patrick to celebrate 25th anniversary Mass

St. Patrick Church will celebrate its 25th anniversary as a parish in the Diocese of Palm Beach with a Mass at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 30.  The Main Celebrant will be Bishop Gerald M. Barbarito. A reception will follow. On Saturday, Oct. More...

Komen South Florida Affiliate provides many ways to give back

The South Florida Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure might do a large part of its fundraising during the Race for the Cure each January, but members of the organization are hard-pressed to find downtime. More...

Komen breast health grant applications available for 2012-2013

Nonprofits are always on the lookout for resources, especially in this economy. That’s why the South Florida Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure puts so much time and energy into their grant process each year.  More...

Saks, JMC host Key to Cure events

To help raise both money and awareness for women’s cancers, Saks Fifth Avenue Palm Beach Gardens will partner with Jupiter Medical Center’s Kristin Hoke Breast Health Program and host the 2012 Key to the Cure, a charity shopping weekend T More...

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Allargando, manciple and shanghaied?

NextEra Energy edges Duffy’s Sports Grill to win Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee

Allargando, manciple and shanghaied were the words in the final round of the Great Grown-Up Spelling Bee, and the team that walked away victorious with full rights to hoist the 4-foot winning trophy was NextEra Energy.  More...

45 employers to attend PBSC job fair in the Gardens

Students and the public will be able to meet hiring employers at a job fair on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the BioScience Technology Complex on Palm Beach State College’s Palm Beach Gardens campus, 3160 PGA Blvd.  More...

Saks night out benefits Goodwill

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries and Saks Fifth Avenue at The Gardens Mall present “Girls’ Night Out” at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. More...

New research brings doctors closer to a cure for breast cancer

In the arena. In the ring. On the battlefield. On the front lines. More...

Donate that old cell phone and help Gulfstream Goodwill

Did you get the new iPhone? More...

‘Komen is where I put my love’

Longtime volunteer Michele Donahue leads 2013 Race for the Cure

Jupiter resident and current chair of the Komen South Florida Race for the Cure Michele Donahue is a dream volunteer. A former corporate attorney, she’s been volunteering with Komen affiliates since 1996. More...

Images from this year’s Race for the Cure

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FORCE serves, recognizes families affected by hereditary cancers

You may have your dad’s eyes and your mom’s smile, but you can also inherit risk for cancer from either parent. Some families carry a genetic change known as a mutation in genes called BRCA 1 or BRCA 2. More...

Real Estate News

Luxury abounds at Old Marsh home

The exceptional quality and attention to detail in this custom-built home are obvious as you drive up to this Old Marsh Country Club property.  The four-bedroom, 5.5-bath golf course home has hand-scraped wood and Saturnia floors, his/hers maste More...

Arts & Entertainment News

SEASON PREVIEW: Two decades of entertaining

The Kravis Center develops new audiences

As audiences change, so does the Kravis Center THE KRAVIS CENTER JUST TURNED 20. To mark those two decades of entertaining, the performing arts center is offering a taste of something old and something new. And what a mix it is. More...

“Wheel” spins ’round for North Palm Beach resident

When Kelly Rabbitt speaks, it is in italics and capital letters.  And today, she is excited because on Oct. 2, she will appear on “Wheel of Fortune.”  Ms. More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

First things first

When there is a sure way to make the contract, declarer should not adopt any approach that might jeopardize it. This principle is self-evident, but the fact is that players occasionally violate it without intending to do so.  More...