May 2, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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Business News

FPL completes installation of smart meters

Florida Power & Light Company has successfully completed its Department of Energysupported grid modernization projects and the installation of 4.5 million smart meters in its 35-county service area. More...

Enterprise Bank presents “Teach Children to Save”

Enterprise Bank in Jupiter hosted 60 students ages 6 to 10 from Hi Tech Academy, for a “Teach Children to Save Day.”  More...

St. Mary’s Medical Center celebrates 75th anniversary

South Florida’s oldest faith-based hospital, St. Mary’s Medical Center, celebrated its 75th anniversary in April.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

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Public radio’s Ira Glass on ‘This American Life’ and the art of storytelling

IRA GLASS PAINTS PICTURES FOR RADIO. Using words, music, humor, solid journalism, whimsy and unfetteredunfe imagination, he and his team of producers and writerswrit weave stories you can see in your mind’s eye. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Seat styles evolve throughout the ages

A chair has four legs, a seat, a back and perhaps arms — or at least that was the rule for hundreds of years. Do you ever stop to think about chairs? More...

Band is rock, reggae or simply Making Faces

You may have heard the advice from Dad, or perhaps from a critic: “Don’t quit your day job.”  Well, the members of Making Faces have taken that advice to heart.  Maybe that’s what makes them one of the hardest workin More...

Wanted: Volunteers for historic cancer research study

Residentsesidents of northern PalPalm Beach County haveave an unprecedented opportunity to participate in a third major cancer study.  The first study, in the 1950s and 1960s, confirmed the link between cigarette smoking and cancer. More...

Real Estate News

Breathtaking views and seaside amenities

This home is resort-style living at is best. Amenities include six Har-Tru tennis courts and a tennis pro, a large pool deck with hot tub, a tiki hut, cabanas and private beach access. These features set this development apart from others. More...

Pay no attention to the heat of summer: List your home now

As the perception of season comes to a close for many sellers, I have had a few of my sellers approach me and ask if they should take their home off the market for the summer.  More...

When a house is no longer a home

Following what’s happening with housing in Florida is like being on a hurricane watch. We listen for news of the storm’s path and the guidance offered on how to best protect our families from the full effects of the maelstrom. More...