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  • City sees shares of recycling program

    It pays to go green. Recyclable materials collected in Delray Beach have earned the city a quarter-three check for $23,138 from the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County. The payola comes as part of the SWA's Revenue Share program. Each municipality...
  • Wellington aircraft cabin maker to split into two businesses

    Wellington aircraft cabin maker to split into two businesses
    Wellington-based aircraft cabin maker B/E Aerospace plans to split into two publicly traded companies. One company will be focused on aircraft cabin interior equipment — design, development, manufacturing, certification and direct sales — on...
  • Naval Research chief: Cyber security workforce is in Hampton Roads

    Naval Research chief: Cyber security workforce is in Hampton Roads
    The Department of Defense has had a "cyber awakening," according to Rear Adm. Matt Klunder, chief of Naval Research. The keynote speaker at the Hampton Roads Cyber Security Conference said military officials want to expand the manpower defending the...
  • Businesses help Carver Middle restore the floor

    Last month Carver Middle School was the hub for a fundraising basketball tournament that netted $1,000 for its student activity fund. Now the benefits are going further. Local businesses have volunteered to update the gym floor's look. Face It...
  • Trainer gives tips for negotiating solutions

    Trainer gives tips for negotiating solutions
    Sooner or later in the business world, difficult personalities will surface and put a damper on office morale. Learning positive communication skills helps everyone, whether dealing with co-workers, bosses or clients. At a recent Greater Delray Beach...
  • Poquoson Planning Commission considers electronic signs for public schools and government

    Poquoson's Planning Commission is considering amending its sign ordinance to allow electronic message signs to be used by the City of Poquoson and Poquoson City Public Schools. Subdivisions, neighborhoods or communities would not be allowed to have...
  • Delray may raise fees for businesses that can't provide enough parking

    Delray may raise fees for businesses that can't provide enough parking
    Delray businesses that can't physically fit the number of parking spaces the city requires on their property pay a penalty fee that goes toward putting up parking spaces elsewhere. That penalty may soon be increasing for the first time since 2006....
  • High-Tech Investment Agency Frozen Out Of State Money

    Connecticut Innovations, the state-funded venture capital fund with a mandate to spur high-tech job growth, has been hobbled after being frozen out of state borrowing for the past six months. The agency, which is not part of the state government but...
  • McAuliffe launches push on child services

    McAuliffe launches push on child services
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe is launching an initiative to enhance the state's services for children and improve their health, education and safety. His first step, announced Monday, was convening a high-level "Children's Cabinet," of four Cabinet secretaries,...
  • Conservatives compete to run against Wasserman Schultz

    Two fiscal conservatives with prior congressional campaigns are competing in a Republican primary to run against U.S. Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz in November, a daunting task in a mostly Democratic district. Joseph Kaufman, backed by conservative...
  • Ivanhoe Village Main Street explores changing business climate

    Ivanhoe Village Main Street explores changing business climate
    Mary Hurley is well aware of the fact that during the recession, many businesses, in order to survive, cut back on their staff and operated with the smallest manpower possible.  “These businesses got very efficient and did a lot more with fewer...