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  • FAU Research Park to study expansion to north

    FAU Research Park to study expansion to north
    The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton will study expansion to the northern part of Palm Beach County. A study, financed with a $290,600 award from the U.S. Economic Development Administration, will review all potential sites...
  • Snow awards student scholarships

    Snow awards student scholarships
    The room is always full of families who have lost a loved one, but endowed a scholarship in their name, Tim Snow said as he handed out $600,000 in financial awards at the 33rd annual George Snow Scholarship Fund Annual Awards Reception. "The wonderful...
  • Olympic Heights High class of '95 plans reunion

    Olympic Heights High class of '95 plans reunion
    The year was 1995 and Olympic Heights' Lions led a 57-50 upset victory over Wellington in the Boca Raton Holiday Tournament in high school basketball. Forty members of the Olympic Heights Student Council donated food, clothing and toys to 100 people who...
  • Mayor cites city priorities in annual address

    Mayor cites city priorities in annual address
    Mayor Susan Haynie highlighted 8,000 new jobs, recovering property values and other signs of progress like a busier downtown and more corporate headquarters in her recent State of the City speech. But residents worried about building heights, density...
  • 'She Loves Me' and the Barrymores at FAU this summer

    'She Loves Me' and the Barrymores at FAU this summer
    Audiences won't have to go all the way to Broadway to see the musical "She Loves Me" reprised this summer. New York's Roundabout Theatre Company thinks so highly of the 1963 show, a 2016 revival is part of its anniversary repertoire. But the show runs...
  • 'Festival Repertory' brings a month of music and plays to FAU

    'Festival Repertory' brings a month of music and plays to FAU
    Florida Atlantic University's Department of Theatre and Dance is presenting a month of plays and concerts. The department presents its 17th annual "Festival Repertory Theatre" with a comedy, musical, two big band concerts and a piano gala. Shows run...
  • University expands relationship with victim services agency

    Palm Beach County Victim Services is dedicated to the elimination of sexual violence and provides an array of services. The division has provided professional services to local schools and colleges for several years. Lynn University in Boca Raton...
  • Scientists from FAU hunt for sea sponges that fight cancer

    Think of it as drawing medicine from the sea. Florida Atlantic University scientists have developed a sophisticated device that allows them to inspect ocean reefs and collect sponges with chemicals to fight an array of diseases, from Alzheimer's to...
  • FAU hunting for sea sponges that fight cancer

    FAU hunting for sea sponges that fight cancer
    Think of it as drawing medicine from the sea. Florida Atlantic University scientists have developed a sophisticated device that allows them to inspect ocean reefs and collect sponges with chemicals to fight an array of diseases, from Alzheimer's to...
  • More out-of-state students applying to Florida universities

    More out-of-state students applying to Florida universities
    High-school senior Jon Grundl toured the University of Central Florida, hearing complaints about the cold weather on a 50-degree January day. Back at his home in Wisconsin, it was minus 30 degrees. When class starts this fall, Grundl, 18, will become...
  • House, Senate budgets far apart on education funds

    House, Senate budgets far apart on education funds
    The legislature may be at war with itself over Medicaid expansion, but both the House and Senate agree education needs more money. As with healthcare, there are big differences between the two chambers. The House would provide $23.2 billion in total...