May 30, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

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WPBF 25 ranked second most-watched station for news to sign-off

In the just-completed May 2013 ratings period, WPBF 25 was once again the second most-watched station for news in the West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce television market, the station said in a prepared statement. Additionally, WPBF 25 was the No. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Perform a P&C annual checkup

An annual physical checkup is a good idea. The annual financial review, as well, is a common and smart practice. And so, too, there should be an annual review of your property and casualty, or P&C, insurance. More...

Hibiscus Beach Kids opens in the Gardens

Hibiscus Beach Kids, a retail store designed exclusively for children’s needs for outdoor fun in the sun, has opened in Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

Turtle nesting season off to slow start in Palm Beach County

While last year’s sea turtle nesting numbers were record setting, this year things are off to a slower start. More...

Real Estate News

Looking for a quick house sale? Here are things you need to do

When selling a home, the majority of my clients prefer a quick sale over listing their home and “testing” the market. My goal is always to sell their home as quickly as possible at the highest price the market will bear at the time. More...

A marvelous home in Mirasol

From the time you first drive up to this home you will enjoy the upgrades and appointments — beginning with a circular driveway and a full three-car garage. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

KING Nicolas

Rising cabaret star returns to headline at Colony’s Royal Room

Those who worry about the future of the Great American Songbook can worry no more.  It is in good hands with the next generation of performers.  Case in point: Nicolas King, the summer season’s opener at The Colony Hotel’s Royal More...

Simple signs once used to lure customers

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Collectors like advertising signs and packages. More...

Marinelife Center gets set to celebrate World Oceans Day

This is one wet planet.  After all, the world is mostly water.  With that in mind, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is joining hundreds of aquariums, zoos, museums and conservation organizations to hold events highlighting the More...