September 1, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

River Center to take part in coastal cleanup

The River Center will participate on Saturday, Sept. More...

Lord’s Place elects new board members

The Lord’s Place board of directors recently elected the following officers for 2016-17: Cornelia Thornburgh, Palm Beach, board chairwoman; Michael Diaz, North Palm Beach, chief operating officer of Driftwood Hospitality Management, vice chairm More...

Clinics Can Help set to move into newly expanded space Oct. 1

Oct. 1 is the official move date for Clinics Can Help, a West Palm Beachbased nonprofit helping those in Palm Beach County with improved health care through the provision of medical equipment and supplies. More...

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Cuba travel

Trips come with limits

Although many see full-scale U.S. tourism in Cuba as an inevitability in the years to come, it is still prohibited by our government. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Isn’t that special?

Flavor Palm Beach allows deluxe dining at bargain prices

They range from the haute restaurants in Palm Beach and top steakhouses around the county, to two newcomer small-plate specialists who will offer regional American dishes, and a private country club open to the public only during this promotion. More...

HAPPENINGS

Clematis by Night returns to usual schedule

Clematis by Night returns to its usual schedule,sche 6-9 p.m. Thursdays, beginning Sept.Sep 1 and they’ve got your favorite acts on tap for the month. • County Line Road performs country — Sept. More...

Ballet Palm Beach announces 2016-17 season

Ballet Palm Beach celebrates its 16th season with audience favorites and classics including “The Nutcracker,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and two mixed bills featuring reimagined fairy tales, “Snow White” and “Sleepi More...

Book ’em: Hotel occupancy rate sets record

July was a good month for Palm Beach hoteliers. Hotel occupancy in the county reached an all-time high, with 71.9 percent occupancy, according to the latest report from STR, a national hotel industry research provider. More...

Group seeks creative approaches to diabetes prevention, management

Healthier Jupiter is seeking inventive ideas to fund through its recently announced mini-grant program. The goal of the program is to engage the greater Jupiter community in creating innovative approaches to diabetes prevention and management. More...

Temple Beth El offers ‘Taste of the High Holy Days’

Most Jewish people know about the High Holy Days. Even many non-Jewish people have heard of these holidays. But what do they really mean? Those questions will be answered at “A Taste of High Holy Days” from 4-5:30 p.m. Sept. More...

Student receives scholarship from Women of AT&T

Palm Beach Gardens resident Ariana Dooley received a scholarship from the Florida chapter of Women of AT&T. Ms. Dooley is a Palm Beach Gardens High School graduate. More...

New indoor soccer league part of JCC fall children’s program

The Mandel Jewish Community Center Palm Beach Gardens sports program for children starting at age 2 through middle school has expanded its programming for fall. More...

Real Estate News

Old World charm at Beach Front

Beach Front, Singer Island, is an exclusive, gated community in a resort setting encompassing just 59 residences. A distinctive, private entrance road through a mangrove-lined lake leads to the porte-cochere, where you are greeted by the concierge. More...