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  • 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...
  • Blazers travel basketball forge a path for troubled teens

    Blazers travel basketball forge a path for troubled teens
    How do you raise tens of thousands of dollars for underprivileged children to play basketball in tournaments around the country? With dinner of course. At least that's what the Delray Blazers are doing. A group of players, coaches and parents recently...
  • Davie student excels in national essay contest

    Isabella Ahued of Parkway Christian School in Davie was named a semifinalist in the fifth annual Stossel in the Classroom student essay contest. The seventh-grader was one of 125 to place nationwide out of the nearly 3,500 entries. Students watched...
  • Center provides counseling help

    Center provides counseling help
    Name: Richard Reiter Age: 64 Residence: Boca Raton Birthplace: Bronx, N.Y. Career: Licensed clinical social worker and retired dentist Organization: Faulk Center for Counseling in Boca Raton, which provides free and low-cost counseling...
  • Six students get scholarships from Woman's Club

    Six students get scholarships from Woman's Club
    As the culmination of its event season, The Boynton Woman's Club has awarded scholarships to six local high school seniors. All residents of Boynton Beach, the recipients will attend Florida colleges in the fall. Boynton Woman's Club Scholarship co-...
  • Breakfast honors college graduates who have overcome abuse

    Breakfast honors college graduates who have overcome abuse
    An event will recognize scholarship recipients who have overcome abuse and neglect to graduate college. HANDY's 10th annual "Scholars Breakfast" will take place May 21 at Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six. The event will kick off at 7:30 a.m. with a coffee...
  • New college grads finding best job market in years

    New college grads finding best job market in years
    More of this year's college graduates are winding up in the workforce instead of on their parents' couches. Colleges, employers and recruiters all report that new grads in South Florida are finding the most job opportunities they've had since the...
  • Colleges move to the front line for serving vets

    Colleges move to the front line for serving vets
    South Florida's colleges are pledging to better serve veterans so that their pursuit of education doesn't become another battle. They are allocating scholarship money, creating veterans centers and enhancing their advising and mental health services as...
  • Coral Springs Palestinian-Americans reflect

    Coral Springs Palestinian-Americans reflect
    As a child, Anas Amireh, 43, was forced to leave the only home he ever knew. He grew up in the United States, but for almost 10 years, he lived in the Palestinian city of Ramallah in the West Bank. "It took me awhile to actually fall in love with it,"...
  • People on the Move: Chef Luis Elul named Entrepreneur of the Year

    People on the Move: Chef Luis Elul named Entrepreneur of the Year
      Recognition Luis Elu, Basque chef and owner of Paella Grill, was named Palm Beach SCORE's Entrepreneur of the Year 2015. Elu, 70, was selected from dozens of applicants and two other finalists for the $5,000 cash award.First coming to the US as a...