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  • Making a difference

    Back for its 14th year, the "Men with Caring Hearts" awards luncheon is set for 11:30 a.m. April 24 at Boca West Country Club, 20583 Boca West Drive, Boca Raton. The event will recognize the most outstanding men and male youth volunteers. Known as a...
  • Connect and Learn

    Connect and Learn
    PALM BEACH HOSPITALS Bethesda Hospital East 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton Beach, 561-737-7733 bethesdaweb.com Childbirth Education Class - $75* Infant Safety - $25 TEACUP Preemie Program - NICU Parent Support Group Creole and Spanish...
  • Pro golfer Pressel fights cancer in mother's name

    Pro golfer Pressel fights cancer in mother's name
    As a golf pro, West Boca's Morgan Pressel has a high profile. But unless you know her back story, she may not be on the radar yet. Give her time. Her Morgan Pressel Foundation has raised $4 million in the fight against cancer and breast cancer. Here, in...
  • Countess de Hoernle: 'My work is not done'

    Countess de Hoernle: 'My work is not done'
    It's possible that no one embodies Women's History Month more that the Countess Henrietta de Hoernle, who will literally leave her mark on Boca Raton. The de Hoernle name is on countless buildings from the stage in the Mizner Park Amphitheater to the...
  • Boca man faces DUI charge after crash that sent SUV airborne

    Boca man faces DUI charge after crash that sent SUV airborne
    An SUV found on its side and crushing a man's leg was the second crash in one night for a man driving drunk, according to a Boca Raton police arrest report. The crash, which sent the SUV airborne and tumbling down Dixie Highway, would lead to the...
  • Barbara Schmidt advocates for inner peace

    Barbara and Dick Schmidt keep three sets of schedules: his, hers and the Schmidt Family Foundation. The largesse of Dick Schmidt's family fortune continues to be seen and felt all over town. Florida Atlantic University has the Charles E. Schmidt name on...
  • Reality hits home at AVDA luncheon

    Reality hits home at AVDA luncheon
    Reality star and author Taylor Armstrong shared her story of living in an abusive marriage and finally getting out. But the real stars of the eighth annual Heart of a Woman Luncheon were announcing expanded services for A Community of Hope: Aid to...
  • Boca Heart & Stroke Ball celebrates life

    Boca Heart & Stroke Ball celebrates life
    "Life is why" is the new branding for the American Heart and American Stroke associations, and everyone had a "why" at the 2015 Boca Raton Heart & Stroke Ball. "I lost my father at age 59. In today's world he would have survived," said Irving Gutin, co-...
  • Florida necesita 7,000 médicos especialistas para 2025

    Florida necesita 7,000 médicos especialistas para 2025
    Es posible que en el transcurso de los próximos 10 años los floridanos tengan más dificultades para encontrar un médico especialista, según sugiere un nuevo estudio. El estado enfrenta una carencia de médicos especializados — desde psiquiatras...
  • Seminars to teach Mental Health First Aid

    Seminars to teach Mental Health First Aid
    Anyone who wants to save a heart-attack victim can learn CPR. But Good Samaritans can also get training for a different sort of emergency: A mentally ill person who is about to harm themselves or others. Almost 1,000 Palm Beach County residents have...
  • Florida needs 7,000 docs trained in specialties by 2025

    Florida needs 7,000 docs trained in specialties by 2025
    Floridians may have a tougher time finding a medical specialist over the next 10 years, a new study suggests. The state faces a critical shortage of specially trained doctors — from psychiatrists to general surgeons — unless more medical...