September 18, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Jupiter chiropractor hosts grand opening in new office

Capstone Chiropractic and Dr. Hamed Kian will host a grand opening at 901 W Indiantown Road, Suite 20, Jupiter, on Sept. 24. Dr. Kian opened his new practice Aug. 11.  More...

Gardens Police Foundation hosts 7th golf tournament

The 7th Annual Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation Explorers’ Golf Tournament is Oct. 11, and player slots on both courses are filling quickly.  The tournament is at PGA National Resort and Spa.  More...

4th West Palm Beach Pup Crawl honors troops Sept. 28 on Clematis

The fourth annual West Palm Beach Pup Crawl will pay tribute to the troops with an All America-themed dog event. The mission is to raise support and awareness to pet-and-veteran related services.  The Pup Crawl will be held Sept. More...

Adoptable greyhounds on hand at monthly Northwood promenade

Forever Greyhounds will be at the Art and Wine Promenade in Northwood Village on Sept. 26, with greyhounds that need forever homes.  The outside, free event is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the village. More...

St. Mary’s, Palm Beach Children’s Hospital earn award for increased patient satisfaction

St. Mary’s Medical Center and Palm Beach Children’s Hospital have been recognized by HealthStream Inc. More...

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Flame fueling bellows sometimes doubled as art

In past centuries, fireplace tools consisted of a poker and tongs to rearrange burning logs, a small shovel to remove ashes, perhaps a whisk broom to sweep up leftover fuel and ashes, and a bellows to encourage flames to burn brighter. More...

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The season ahead at area museums

Forget what you’ve heard about South Florida being a cultural backwater.  Area museums were packing folks in all summer long for a variety of events, from exhibitions and art demonstrations to concerts and family activities.  The pace More...

Autumnal treasure: Chamber musicians set for fall fest

Forget the Beach Boys.  The Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival offered the real sounds of summer throughout July for the 23rd time.  Now that fall is nearing, the principals of the organization are gearing up for the second installment of an More...

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Two more Palm Beach County Trader Joe’s opening soon to devoted fans

Trader Joe’s arrival in Palm Beach County easily is the most anticipated local retail event in recent memory.  First came the Wellington store in May.  Folks from all over the region drove to the grocery store, traveling from Jupiter More...

International Polo Club to host AYSO National Games

The American Youth Soccer Organization has selected Palm Beach County as the destination for its 2016 National Games, the Palm Beach County Sports Commission has announced in a statement.  American Youth Soccer Organization will partner with th More...

Get In Shape for Women sets open house Sept. 20

Get In Shape For Women, a boutique small-group personal training studio exclusively for women, is having an open house Saturday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. More...

New foreclosures drop 17 percent compared to August 2013 cases

The number of new foreclosures in Palm Beach County decreased in August, according to the latest statistics from the county Clerk & Comptroller.  There were 480 new cases in August, a 9.9 percent decrease from 533 cases filed in July and a 1 More...

Two students participate in summer Bank of America leadership program

Erika Thompson, a senior at Seminole Ridge Community High School, and Amanda Chaplin, a Wellington resident and senior at Dreyfoos High School both spent their summers participating in the Bank of America Student Leaders program.  More...

Real Estate News

Luxury, exclusive villas in the heart of Palm Beach

Palazzo Villas are the first luxury exclusive villa residences to be built on the Island in 15 years. More...