March 19, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Indoor ride-a-thon to benefit county’s Homeless Coalition

Team24/7 of Continental Properties Inc. is hosting the "Homeless Not Hopeless" Indoor Ride-A-Thon on March 21 from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Velocity Cycling Studio, 321 S. More...

12th annual Loggerhead Marinelife Center Turtlefest is March 28

The ocean is the Earth’s lifeblood, covering over 70 percent of the planet’s surface. More...

Cruise Brothers opens 2nd location in Palm Beach Gardens

Cruise Brothers, one of the largest family owned cruise travel businesses in the country, has announced the opening of a second location in Palm Beach Gardens.  More...

VETERANS NEWS

Korean War Veterans Association, Chapter 17 members, receive Ambassador for Peace medals

Jerry Frank delievers the invocation at the presentation event. More...

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Business News

Nerd Alert offers on-site tech support services

If you have ever experienced frustration trying to decipher the enigmatic intricacies of your computer, printer, smartphone or tablet, chances are you might benefit from a visit with the techsavvy team of Nerd Alert.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Tea & Company

Norton exhibition combines 182 objects, 1,200 years of history

If two current exhibitions at the Norton Museum of Art seem to be focused on quantity, perhaps that’s because they are.  The Beth Rudin DeWoody exhibition contains about 200 works by some of the top artists of the last half-century.  More...

Four Arts’ Farnsworth show highlights art of Maine

As if the sand, sun and surf were not reason enough, here’s Reason 4 of why it’s good to be in South Florida: You don’t have to go Down East to see fine art.  Truly.  That’s because the Society of the Four Arts is th More...

SPILLING IT

‘We are a good group ... a family of adventurers’

Lilly Leas is a fourth generation Palm Beacher and the granddaughter of designer Lilly Pulitzer. We met for coffee (I had coffee, she had water) and a colorful chat. More...

Mother implores public to help find killer of daughter Rachel Hurley

Friends say she didn’t want to do it. More...

Palm Beach Chamber seeks leadership awards nominations

The season may be winding down, but the celebrations continue as local leaders are recognized for their many and varied contributions to the community. More...

Business women’s group sets April 8 meeting

The Northern Palm Beach chapter of the American Business Women's Association will host its monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 8, at the PGA Boulevard Embassy Suites hotel in Palm Beach Gardens.  Networking will be from 6-6:30 p.m., and the dinn More...

16th annual Hanley Center Foundation golf classic March 30 at Old Marsh

The 16th annual Hanley Center Foundation Golf Classic will be held at the Old Marsh Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens on Monday, March 30.  The day's events will include an 18-hole tournament, awards ceremony, luncheon and silent auction to benefi More...

Fruit council hosts biannual tropical fruit tree, plant sale

The Palm Beach chapter of the Rare Fruit Council International will host its biannual Tropical Fruit Tree & Plant Sale on Saturday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Real Estate News

Marvelous Mediterranean in Valencia

This custom estate featuring four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, den/office, and an oversized guest suite or playroom above the 3-car garage, is in the prestigious and sought-after community of Valencia, in Abacoa. More...

Boynton receives grant to reduce impact of cigarette butts

The city of Boynton Beach, in partnership with Keep Palm Beach Beautiful, has been awarded an $8,900 grant to reduce the impact of cigarette butt litter through the Keep America Beautiful national program, Cigarette Litter Prevention Program.  More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

On the lookout for ‘beehive’ porcelain

Looking for information on a piece you were told is “antique Royal Vienna porcelain”? More...