May 19, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

100+Women Who Care donates to City House Delray Beach

It’s a group of women who hope to make a difference for local not-forprofit organizations. 100+Women Who Care South Florida recently donated $12,500 to City House Delray Beach, which helps single mothers and their children. More...

Patients celebrate recovery on Trauma Awareness Day

On March 21, 10-year-old Jaden Rivera fell off his bike while not wearing a helmet and hit his head on the street near his West Palm Beach home. More...

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St. Vincent de Paul store caters to rich, poor communities of Jupiter area

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul opened a new thrift store in Jupiter on May 2 and manager Donna Bryan called it “Jupiter’s newest shopping experience.” More...

MOVING ON UP

Name: Lynn Rundle Title: CEO of J&J Family of Farms City of business: Loxahatchee More...

Mighdoll named full-time senior associate at Kitroser law firm

Kitroser & Associates has announced that Preston Mighdoll is now a full-time senior associate at the west Palm Beach County law practice. Mr. Mighdoll has been with Kitroser on a part-time basis since August. With the transition of Mr. More...

Florida’s troubled waters having impact on local business

Sporting its own version of a Panama Canal, the Sunshine State wears a midriff belt of mostly fresh water that bisects 120 miles or so of peninsular earth. More...

Semi-pro Palm Beach Suns set to open 2nd soccer season

The Palm Beach Suns has a goal of winning fans. The semi-professional soccer team gears up for its second season, which gets underway at 7 p.m. More...

Mandel JCC names board chair

The Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches announced Susan Shulman Pertnoy as its new board chairperson, welcomed new board members and presented its highest honors at its annual meeting. More...

Research finds genetic links to educational attainment

An international team of researchers has identified 74 areas of the human genome associated with educational attainment. More...

Real Estate News

Townhome offers waterfront luxury

This exquisite luxury townhome on the Intracoastal Waterway is designer decorated and furnished.  It has 3,110 square feet, with three bedrooms, plus a study, five baths, a two-car garage and a shared pool.  The unit has a deeded private 50 More...

KOVELS: ANTIQUES

Vintage, painted iron sprinklers can shower collectors with cash

Unusual vintage figural garden sprinklers have become expensive objects wanted by technology and gardening enthusiasts. The first sprinklers were invented after the 1870s. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FLORIDA WRITERS

Key West Halloween festival brings downfall to would-be queen

¦ “Killer Takeout” by Lucy Burdette. Obsidian/NAL. 304 pages. Paperback, $7.99. More...

EVERYDAY BALLET

Dance photographer captures Miami City Ballet members off-stage

ACCLAIMED ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER Jordan Matter has teamed up with dancers from the Miami City Ballet for a dynamic series of portraits on the sands, streets and skylines of Miami. More...

Torre baseball tourney comes to Roger Dean

The late baseball great Frank Torre Sr. loved to play ball and loved to give back to the community. More...