September 15, 2016 RSS feed / Top News

Volunteers needed at Marshall Refuge on National Public Lands Day

Celebrate National Public Lands Day by helping reforest a portion of the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge on Saturday, Sept. 24. More...

Jupiter Medical Center receives $25 million donation, its largest ever

Jupiter Medical Center Foundation announced its largest-ever donation Sept. 8, a $25 million gift from an unnamed benefactor that will support the construction of a new Comprehensive Cancer Institute at the Jupiter Medical Center. More...

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Business News

Connecting through Rotary

For some business folks it’s a chance to network, but above all else, it’s about helping the community, Rotarians say.

Lydia Black may not seem like your typical Rotarian. More...

New boutiques open at The Gardens Mall; Chico’s renovates

The Gardens Mall got just a little sweeter with the opening of Jo Malone London.  And expectant moms can get a little more stylish at the mall, thanks to A Pea in the Pod’s opening.  More...

Turtles breaking statewide nesting records

They look like little crime scenes on the beach — bands of yellow police tape wrapped around wooden stakes stuck in small patches of sand where sea turtles laid their eggs. More...

Friends of Mounts Botanical names new officers, board members

Sandy Smith, the newly elected president of the Friends of Mounts Botanical Garden, Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest public garden, has announced the new officer team and several new members for the nonprofit organization’s board of More...

Wanted: A few scary boys and ghouls for this year’s Fright Nights

For those who think they have what it takes to scare people, the Fright Nights casting call is being held at noon Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre (previously Cruzan Amphitheatre), 601-7 Sansbury’s Way, West Palm Beach. More...

Real Estate News

Mirasol magnificence

This is your opportunity to live on Mirasol’s Via Quantera in an absolutely stunning Genovese-style home. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

The actor’s challenge of making a living between shows

West Palm Beach actress Patti Gardner works a lot in professional theater these days, perhaps more than many of her peers. More...

Guardians of the garden

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens works to restore sculptures

FOR MORE THAN FOUR decades the megalithic giants have stood like silent sentinels guarding the walled tropical garden. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

Postcard views transport us to 1930s Florida

When my maternal grandparents first came to Florida after Christmas 1937, U.S. 41 was a two-lane road. Grandma remembered that virtually all of the streets intersecting with the Tamiami Trail in Naples were unpaved. More...