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  • Delray Beach author David Pollay wants readers to seek joy every day

    Delray Beach author David Pollay wants readers to seek joy every day
    Although life can present a deluge of struggles, afflictions and bad news, David Pollay says there are moments of joy to embrace every day. And he wants you to embrace them immediately. Too many people delay satisfaction and happiness, Pollay says,...
  • West Boca's Glades Road project nears completion

    Good news all around for drivers in Boca Raton. The 1.5-mile FDOT construction project on Glades Road from State Road 7 to Lyons Road is expected to finish up next week. And as work on the I-95 Spanish River Interchange continues, no shutdown is...
  • Student housing options increase near FAU

    Student housing options increase near FAU
    The developers of the University Park student housing project in Boca Raton have acquired two nearby rental properties. Rosemurgy Properties and Giles Capital Group bought Boca Sol and Addison Park, both on Northeast 20th Street. Property records show...
  • Medical pot supporters make their pitch by bus

    Medical pot supporters make their pitch by bus
    People United for Medical Marijuana is taking its campaign to the streets — literally. Which is why a big blue bus with "Vote Yes On 2" pulled into Gulfstream Park, a gambling mecca in Hallandale Beach. Most folks here come for the...
  • South Florida incomes keep declining as recovery grinds on, new data show

    South Florida incomes keep declining as recovery grinds on, new data show
    Did you get a raise last year? No? How about the year before that? Or the year before that? Didn't think so. Don't feel lonely. Few of us are seeing our incomes increase, even after five years of recovery from the Great Recession, according to...
  • Chabad celebrates 10th new year with outreach

    Chabad celebrates 10th new year with outreach
    — Presented with a braided and burnished golden-brown staple of Jewish celebration, Kate Friedman got out of bed at Regents Park of Boca Raton, a nursing home. "You brought me challah," she said, cradling the plastic-wrapped loaf as her eyes...
  • FAU does Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible'

    It's a Friday night, and two fight choreographers are teaching cast members how to fall. The characters John Proctor pushes Abigail Williams in this scene, and student actors are learning how to collapse properly, all in a day's work for the cast of "The...
  • The Planner: Power networking, symposium and SCORE workshops

    The Planner: Power networking, symposium and SCORE workshops
    This week Oct. 6 JPN Power Networking, 5:45 p.m., Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy 5225 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens. Productive networking: Meet 75 potential prospects and strategic alliances (in record time). Power networking, elevator speech...
  • Lauderhill commissioner faces three challengers

    Lauderhill commissioner faces three challengers
    An eight-year incumbent seeking a final term on the City Commission is being challenged by three newcomers intent on giving him an early exit. Commissioner Hayward Benson successfully pushed for the term limits in 2008 that allow him one more consecutive...
  • New Miramar High principal introduced

    New Miramar High principal introduced
    About 50 parents and a handful of students attended Miramar High School's recent meet-the-principal event to welcome Maria Formoso, who outlined her goals and addressed parental concerns. "A lot of rumors get told about new principals," said Broward...
  • Lauderdale Lakes election could determine balance of power

    Lauderdale Lakes election could determine balance of power
    Voters will elect a new face to the commission Nov. 4, one that could determine the political leanings of the commission for the next two years. The six-member commission has split on a number of issues, leaving it to Mayor Barrington Russell — who...