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  • Freebie Friday! Free eats at Denny's, $10 off at Lowe's

    Freebie Friday! Free eats at Denny's, $10 off at Lowe's
    Happy Freebie Friday! I've got a coupon for BOGO meals at Denny's and a $10 off coupon at Lowe's. There are loads of restaurant offers, too.  Also, get outdoors and enjoy free entry at U.S. National Park on Saturday and Sunday to celebrate National...
  • Freebie Friday! Free eats at Denny's, $10 off at Lowe's, free entry at national parks

    Freebie Friday! Free eats at Denny's, $10 off at Lowe's, free entry at national parks
    Happy Freebie Friday! I've got a coupon for BOGO meals at Denny's, a $10 off coupon at Lowe's and Publix is offering $10 off gas cards through Sunday. There are loads of restaurant offers, too.  Also, get outdoors and enjoy free entry at Everglades...
  • AP News in Brief at 7:58 p.m. EDT

    UN Security Council gets graphic briefing on suspected Syria chlorine attacks U.N. Security Council members were moved to tears Thursday as the first eyewitness to the latest suspected chlorine attacks on civilians in Syria emerged from the country to...
  • Herbalife now making its products available through company website

    Herbalife now making its products available through company website
    For the last 35 years, Herbalife Ltd. — the Los Angeles nutrition and weight-loss company — has sold its products through a network of independent salespeople, but not online. Now that's changing. For the first time, Herbalife is giving U....
  • Winter's Big Chill Lingers At Garden Centers, Nurseries

    Winter's Big Chill Lingers At Garden Centers, Nurseries
    The snow is fast disappearing in some areas, temperatures are definitely warming — finally — but this winter's deep freeze is still being felt at garden centers and nurseries, where the weather has put a chill on early spring sales. Grower...
  • Delray man to stand trial for 2011 murder of boss

    Delray man to stand trial for 2011 murder of boss
    Prosecutors say there's no doubt about Paul Dabbs' motive for firing five fatal shots at his boss, Larry Modena Jr., as he sat behind the wheel of his Lexus in the parking lot of a Boynton Beach shopping center. It was Dabbs' anger over Modena helping...
  • Home Depot hiring for 200 seasonal jobs

    Home Depot hiring for 200 seasonal jobs
    The Home Depot will hold a spring job fair Tuesday to help fill 200 part-time and seasonal positions in four south Palm Beach County stores. The job fair is scheduled for 1 to 7 p.m. at The Home Depot, 1400 Waterford Place, Delray Beach. The Home...
  • Can you dig it? Festival will showcase gardening and music

    Can you dig it? Festival will showcase gardening and music
    The Friends of Marion Baysinger Memorial Library will host Garden Fest 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the library, 756 W. Broad St., Groveland. There will be a gardening demonstration and floral arranging presentation by Kim E's Flowers....
  • Homicide victim's widow testifies defendant had been harmful influence

    Homicide victim's widow testifies defendant had been harmful influence
    The day before Larry Modena Jr. was shot to death in Boynton Beach, he surprised his wife, Roberta, by sending her two flower bouquets to her office because their seventh wedding anniversary was coming up five days later. Though deep into a struggle...
  • Local Band Heads to Hollywood

    ENFIELD - The local band "Drained Glory" is heading to Hollywood for a movie premier in which two of their newest songs "Finally Safe" and "No Mercy" (both soon to be released) will be featured in the movie "Street The Movie" a Skinfly Entertainment...
  • Apopka-area foliage growers face uneasy times

    Apopka-area foliage growers face uneasy times
    Foliage was king in the 1980s when Wayne Mercer arrived in Central Florida, lured by a cousin making good money growing houseplants. "I was just amazed at how easy it seemed," said Mercer, 57, a struggling home-builder in Michigan who moved south to...