November 22, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

Special Sections

Business News

The process is as important as the information

Most recently, I was asked to share the sources I use when formulating my column. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Lamps evolved as technology changed

The shape of a lamp once was determined by its power source. A candle required a holder that kept the candle upright, caught drippings and was not damaged if the candle burned too low. More...

Harold, Marian & horns

Maltz comes home to River City with “The Music Man”

I t is an earworm that is ingrained in the brains of most Americans. It has a way of marching through your consciousness, and you first find yourself humming, then singing, “Seventy six trombones led the big parade. More...

Trees, lights and music to sparkle at “Holidays at the Light”

An early gift awaits visitors to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum — “Holidays at the Light.”  Nestled between the annual holiday boat parade and the JTAA holiday parade, Holidays at the Light will feature a new Festival More...

Kathryn Rahla cultivates a botanical garden in her front yard

Like the butterfly pupae that unfold from a spun-silk cocoon into a spectacular beauty, Kathryn Rahla’s garden has blossomed from a few bushes and vines into a stunning showcase of native flowers, plants and trees.  More...

Real Estate News

Riverside, on the Loxahatchee

In a rare opportunity, side-by-side properties on the Loxahatchee River are available separately or together. The properties are located at 222-228 W. Riverside Drive, Jupiter. Each lot measures approximately 85 feet by 275 feet. More...

Palm Beach County foreclosures in October up more than 26% over filings in September

The number of new foreclosure filings in Palm Beach County increased in October compared with the previous month, as well as with the same time in 2011, according to the latest statistics from the Clerk & Comptroller’s office.  More...