August 18, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Foundation announces matching challenge to help pay for September Honor Flight

The Levitetz Family Foundation has come to the aid of Southeast Florida Honor Flight again by issuing a Matching Funds Challenge to raise money necessary to fly WWII and Korean War veterans to Washington, D.C., to see the memorials built in honor of More...

Would software deter a malicious driver?

IT IS SO ENLIGHTENING TO READ AN OPINion of an insider into self-driving cars. Dr. (Larry) Burns explains in simple terms what a self-driving car is, at the same time discussing expected milestones of the project and its potential consequences. More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Finally, the best ever Honda Civic hits the road

We all know that one person who’s really great, but it’s hard to spend time with him because he just tries too hard to show off. That’s how the Honda Civic has felt for the last 15 years. More...

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Business News

Home-price gains unfettered in most metro areas

Home prices maintained their robust, upward trajectory in a vast majority of metro areas during the second quarter of 2016, causing affordability to slightly decline despite mortgage rates hovering at lows not seen in more than three years, according More...

MOVING ON UP

Name: Don Jones Title: Co-owner of Beef Jerky Outlet franchise City of business: West Palm Beach   More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Bank loan index reacts to increased demand for U.S. dollars

I think one of the main reasons that people get stressed over financial decisions is that money matters are typically nontransparent and not very easy to understand. More...

Meals on Wheels founder Charlie Ring retiring, sort of….

It’s been six years since Charlie Ring founded Meals on Wheels of the Palm Beaches, an organization that delivers nutritious meals to homebound seniors. Now it’s time for Mr. More...

South Florida Science Center announces new board members

The board at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium has grown by three. Mary Fairbanks Freitas, Julie S. Holmes and David John Stiles Nicholson joined the nonprofit’s board of directors starting July 1. More...

Reality is that we’re a long, long way from self-driving cars

CAR COMPANIES HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET rid of the driver since the tailfin was standard issue. Last month our interstate system turned 60 years old. More...

Voices ...

Lynne McChristian is Florida representative for the Insurance Information Institute.   More...

Real Estate News

Penthouse privacy at Oceanfront

A dual privately secured elevator whisks you to this penthouse at The Oceanfront and opens to a private double-door entry. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

UNDERWATER IMPRESSIONS

A view of Monet’s water lilies from beneath the surface.

NOBODY REALLY LOOKS AT Claude Monet’s water lilies anymore. Not without some news or mystery rendering them relevant again. For some time now, they have been in desperate need of a twist, a spin of sorts. More...

Maltz single tickets go on sale to public Aug. 22

Single tickets for the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s season will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 22. More...

HAPPENINGS

‘World Goes ‘Round’ spins through a final weekend

The acclaimed music revue “The World Goes ‘Round” is on stage at the Kravis Center’s Rinker Playhouse through Aug. More...