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  • Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money

    Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money
    A Broward County man with some very distinctive facial tattoos — including the Bentley car logo inked on his forehead — pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft and possessing other people's social security numbers Wednesday. Derek...
  • Thieves accost postal carrier, steal keys to mailboxes, truck

    The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrests of two men who grabbed a letter carrier in a chokehold to steal her master key and mail truck key. Inspectors handed out reward fliers Friday in the...
  • Political newcomer challenges congressman in primary

    Political newcomer challenges congressman in primary
    Emmanuel G. Morel's campaign is in debt, he said he's personally tapped out and he doesn't know where he can get more cash. He's never run for office before. And he's challenging a popular, well-funded incumbent. But Morel has a website and a spot on...
  • Tastemakers takes foodies on culinary adventure

    Thirteen downtown restaurants are ready for a throng of culinary adventurers as Tastemakers of Delray Beach takes place for its sixth year. Tastemaker passport holders will stop at each eatery for a food and drink pairing on Thursday and Friday from 5 to...
  • Boynton officer accused of downloading porn reinstated, allowed to retire

    Boynton officer accused of downloading porn reinstated, allowed to retire
    A Boynton Beach police officer fired last year for downloading porn on his city computer will collect more than $90,000 in back pay after an arbitrator ruled he be reinstated and allowed to retire. Sgt. Frank Ranzie, who was fired in May 2013, returned...
  • Plan to add roundabouts on Hollywood Boulevard divides neighborhood

    Plan to add roundabouts on Hollywood Boulevard divides neighborhood
    Some residents claim Hollywood Boulevard has become a speedway, with cars barreling to and from the beach. City Hall has a possible solution: Two roundabouts, at 11th and 15th avenues, that would force traffic to slow down. There is also talk of...
  • Boynton wants to review future pension options

    Boynton wants to review future pension options
    Finding the money to fund the pensions of Boynton Beach city employees is a matter of concern for city officials. Mayor Jerry Taylor wants the city to be proactive and think of alternative options to get employees their pensions without costing the city...
  • Abrams: Thumbs up for county recovery

    We're back! That was County Commissioner Steven Abrams' overall assessment of how the Palm Beach County has recovered from the Recession. "The major issue continues to be restoring economic prosperity to Palm Beach County," said Abrams, whose District 4...
  • City bargaining with cops, firefighters

    With three-year contracts up on Sept. 30, the city is conducting collective bargaining sessions with police and firefighters' unions. And even with cutting public safety costs a stated priority of the new Boca Raton City Council, both unions are...
  • Federal court upholds mayor's pension overhaul

    Federal court upholds mayor's pension overhaul
    A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's overhaul of Baltimore's police and fire pension system, but left open avenues for the unions to keep fighting. "I'm certainly pleased with the court's ruling," Rawlings-Blake...
  • Palm Beach County buses get green lights in order to run on time

    Palm Beach County buses get green lights in order to run on time
    People who rely on public transportation to get to work and school need buses that run on time. To make sure that happens, Palm Beach County will soon try out a system that keeps traffic signals green for buses long enough for them to get through an...