July 7, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

TrustCo Bank honors people who make a difference

TrustCo Bank Corp. is accepting nominations for its Home Town Heroes Hall of Fame. Trustco Bank created the Hall of Fame to honor individuals who demonstrate strong community involvement and work hard to make a positive change in the community. More...

Musicians group to convene in West Palm

The National Association of Negro Musicians will host their 2016 National Convention at the Hilton West Palm Beach July 17-21. More...

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Business News

Homeownership

It is more profitable for single men than single women, records show

Homes owned by single men on average are valued 10 percent more and have appreciated $10,112 — 16 percent — more since purchase than homes owned by single women, an analysis by RealtyTrac shows. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Transformation of GE makes it worth a look for investors

When you think of GE what is the first thing that comes to mind? More...

Helpers needed to find bats

The Florida Master Naturalist Program, a citizen scientist program developed by the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, is leading a study of bats across the state of Florida and has put out a call for volunteer More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

2016 Volkswagen Golf R: Expensive incognito can be worth it

There are some of us who like to slip through the night undetected. Lurking in the shadows and ready to pounce at a moment’s notice. We live among you, and often you will barely notice our presence. More...

Real Estate News

Oceanfront living at its best

The Ritz-Carlton Residences is the perfect destination, filled with unforgettable moments on the beach and the surrounding Palm Beach area. Tower Suite “7A” is one of only six Tower Suites at the Ritz-Carlton Residences. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

FLORIDA WRITERS

A technological thriller that’s a fun treat not to be missed

¦ “Assassin’s Silence” by Ward Larsen. Forge. 400 pages. Hardcover, $25.99. Reading this book was almost too much fun. More...

Gallery gets creative

The Center for Creative Education also hosts exhibitions and events to appeal to adults.

The Center for Creative Education isn’t just for kids. Yes, the 21-year-old nonprofit organization brings art-based education to Palm Beach County children. More...

Chamber music fest marks 25th season

They have been at it for a quarter century. But the founders of the Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival show no sign of slowing as they plan the 25th installment of their summer festival, set for July 8-31 at venues across the county. More...