June 11, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

Fourth annual Run 4 The Sea June 20 along ocean and A1A

Minnesota. New Jersey. Pennsylvania. North Carolina. Florida. These are just a few of the states that will be represented at Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s (LMC) fourth annual Run 4 The Sea. More...

Fire Rescue gives $60,000 to society

Palm Beach County Fire Rescue presented a check for $60,000 raised during its “Pass The Helmet” fundraiser to the Children’s Home Society of Florida.  More...

Meals on Wheels sets training sessions

Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches will hold volunteer orientation sessions on Friday, June 12, and Friday, June 26, from 10-11 a.m. at Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1300 S. Olive Ave. in West Palm Beach.  More...

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Business News

THE ALL NEW 'FAST CASUAL'

A wave of alternative restaurants to traditional fast food emerges

AT THE CONCLUSION OF BARRY LEVINSON’S poignant 1987 film “Tin Men,” the story of two feisty salesmen trying to outdo and even ruin each other, the men finally realize that what they’re selling (tin siding for houses in Baltimo More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Invest with your mind, not your heart

My twins graduated kindergarten last week, and to mark the end of the year, the entire class entertained their families with an ocean-themed song-anddance routine as part of the graduation ceremony. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Beer, Beef & Baseball

Roger Dean Stadium hopes Lip Smackin’ BBQ Fest hits a home run with fans

Surf will meet turf June 13 when the Port Charlotte Stone Crabs and the Jupiter Hammerheads face off at Roger Dean Stadium’s Lip Smackin’ BBQ Fest.  More...

Mural artist takes to walls of Northwood Village

The artists were up against a wall.  The challenge: Create murals to enhance walls throughout West Palm Beach’s Northwood Village neighborhood.  By all counts, they were up to the task.  More...

KOVEL:ANTIQUES

‘Super’ sniffle rag a rare find for collectors

It was a surprise when a 1940 handkerchief picturing Superman sold for $5,705 at an online Hakes Americana and Collectibles sale in 2014. Superman was “born” in 1933 in Cleveland, Ohio. More...

Attorney meets challenges with grace and endurance

It wasn’t the many big, fat alligators sunning themselves in the water that scared attorney and pharmacist Salesia Smith- Gordon when she fell off the boat one sunny day years ago in Wakulla Springs. More...

Luxury Cinépolis Jupiter with 14 screens opens soon at Indiantown and U.S. 1

Cinépolis Jupiter a 14-screen, 1,460- seat luxury hybrid theater that replaces the existing Paragon Jupiter theater in Jupiter, opens soon, Cinépolis USA announced. The theater is at 201 N. Highway 1. More...

Food drives organized as need increases during summer

United Way of Palm Beach County is calling for action, running a community wide food drive, specifically asking for baby food and formula, ending in a big food-sorting day at the Palm Beach County Food Bank on United Way’s “Day of Action, More...

Real Estate News

Palm Beach colonial ideal for entertaining

PLACED ELEGANTLY IN-TOWN, THIS TWO STORY COLONIAL STYLE residence epitomizes Palm Beach style. Pristine and sited on a deep lot at 250 Pendleton Ave., the charming home has five bedrooms, 6.5 baths, a gorgeous pool, patio and gardens. More...

Clive Daniel Home to open its second store in Boca in early 2016

Luxury home furnishings retailer Clive Daniel Home will open its second store in early 2016 in Boca Raton, with plans for using the new showroom as a springboard for additional expansion on Florida’s East Coast.  A special groundbreaking c More...

Palm Healthcare Foundation names VP for grants, investments

Palm Healthcare Foundation has named Abigail “Abby” Goodwin vice president of grants and community investments.  Ms. More...