November 21, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

St. Mary’s achieves Level I Trauma Center designation

Following the completion of the first phase of the state’s Level I Trauma Center approval process, St. Mary’s Medical Center has been operating as a Provisional Level 1 Trauma Center since Oct. 19. More...

Former Gardens resident turns 100

She was born when there were only 48 states and the president was Woodrow Wilson. Delores “Dee” Pumphries, a former Palm Beach Gardens resident now living in West Palm Beach, turned 100 on Nov. 20. More...

Special Sections

Business News

Silver anniversary

The Gardens Mall celebrates with “25 Years of Giving” charitable campaign

Since opening its iconic glass doors in October 1988, The Gardens Mall has become one of Palm Beach County’s most illustrious shopping and dining destinations.  More...

Palm Beach Capital acquires majority stake in CTS Engines

Palm Beach Capital, a middle market private equity firm based in West Palm Beach, has acquired 60 percent of the membership interests of CTS Engines, LLC, from Neff Capital Management, which will retain a 40 percent ownership. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Understanding equity options can open new doors for investors

Many experienced equity investors remain unfamiliar with equity options. Investors might consider expanding beyond their curiosity and adopt a game plan to learn how to use them. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FINDING COMMON GROUND

Norton exhibitions highlight new acquisitions, new works

You never know what will develop at a major regional museum. Take the Norton Museum of Art.  Nearly two years ago, it hired Tim Wride as its William and Sarah Ross Soter Curator of Photography.  More...

CONTRACT BRIDGE

The one and only chance

Assume you get to five clubs on the bidding shown and West leads a heart. East wins with the ace, felling your king, and returns a heart. What is your best chance for the contract?  More...

‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’ runs Dec. 5-22

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the comedy of life. More...

Chief judge follows a family tradition in courtroom

Palm Beach County’s Chief Judge Jeff Colbath recalls when he was in the trenches as a young, vigorous assistant state attorney 30 years ago, chasing an escaping defendant out of the courtroom.  More...

Oxbridge science students visit Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

Some of Oxbridge Academy’s star science students got to explore the aspects of brain research on a recent visit to the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience. More...

A conspiracy theorist continues his long crusade

Robert Groden climbed out of his friend’s big Cadillac parked behind the Cultural Center of Charlotte County, checked his pockets, climbed back in, then reemerged with his briefcase.  More...

Real Estate News

Luxury in San Michele

This exceptional five-bedroom, 6½-bath luxury home is in the San Michele neighborhood in Palm Beach Gardens. The estate features 5,675 airconditioned square feet with a threecar garage and guest home.  More...

A changing market makes broker collaboration a must

Last week I met with a friend and client of mine who has been considering listing her home for more than a year. I check in with her on a regular basis, providing updates on the market. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

A place to keep your prized pies safe for consumption

It’s time to think about Thanksgiving and the abundant dinner expected for the holiday. Tradition today suggests a menu of turkey with stuffing, cranberry sauce, creamed onions, sweet potatoes and apple or pumpkin pie. More...