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  • READER SUBMITTED: Grandma's Attic Auction Of Antiques And Collectibles

    Middlesex Habitat for Humanity will be hosting its third annual Grandma's Attic Auction on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 7p.m. The event will feature many unique, one of a kind pieces, antiques and collectibles, along with other remarkable items received as...
  • Seminole Hard Rock announces charity donations, 10-year event

    Seminole Hard Rock announces charity donations, 10-year event
    Ceremonies are slated for midday Friday to mark 10th anniversary celebration of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, which first opened on May 11, 2004.    A special “Ten-a-Year for Ten Years” presentation at Hard Rock Live...
  • Torrey Smith, Vonta Leach dismissive of Ray Lewis' criticism of Ravens' leadership

    Torrey Smith, Vonta Leach dismissive of Ray Lewis' criticism of Ravens' leadership
    Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith doesn’t see the leadership void that retired linebacker Ray Lewis said exists now that he and safety Ed Reed are no longer on the team. Now an ESPN analyst, Lewis questioned the Ravens' leadership for the second...
  • Autopsy fails to determine cause of Indiana University student's death

    Autopsy fails to determine cause of Indiana University student's death
    An Indiana University freshman from Clarendon Hills, remembered by her former high school counselor as "a great kid," was found dead in her dorm room Sunday, authorities said. An autopsy conducted Monday failed to determine the cause of death of Abigail...
  • Seminoles plan to spend $100 million this year

    Seminoles plan to spend $100 million this year
    The 500-room Seminole Hard Rock Hotel runs at 98 percent capacity. On Fridays and Saturdays, more than 40,000 people shuffle through the Hollywood casino complex. So the Seminoles are making some upgrades and renovations, CEO of Seminole Gaming Jim...
  • Thaddeus Seymour Sr.: Runner-up

    Thaddeus Seymour Sr.: When you've led several colleges to new heights, what do you do for a second act? The answer for Rollins' president emeritus was simple: teach. Teach what civic engagement looks like. Teach learning's a lifelong pursuit. Teach that...
  • Palm Beach County In the Know: Aug. 21

    WPB Friends of Fisher House Worth Avenue brands have donated auction items valued in the thousands to benefit WPB Friends of Fisher House. The organization’s “Summer Soirée” will take place Aug. 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Café Sapori,...
  • 'Pretty Little Liars' recap, The Guilty Girl's Handbook

    'Pretty Little Liars' recap, The Guilty Girl's Handbook
    “You can help me by thinking about your future.” Since the car mysteriously crashed into their house, Emily and her mom are staying in a motel. Emily reassures her mother that she can help out in any way that she possibly can, but Mrs....
  • The cost of millennials job hopping

    The cost of millennials job hopping
    A perpetual motion machine is, theoretically, a device that functions indefinitely without energy from an external source. No such machine is possible, but this Physics 101 concept makes a nice metaphor for the workplace: To keep growing and running...
  • About Burnadette Norris-Weeks

    About Burnadette Norris-Weeks
    Ms. Norris-Weeks is an attorney, business woman and community leader.  She attended the University of South Florida where she received her undergraduate degree in 1988.  In 1991, she received her Juris Doctorate degree from the Florida State University...
  • Orlando author tackles teen sexuality, faith

    Orlando author tackles teen sexuality, faith
    Lindsay Moynihan has always liked to tell stories. The 28-year-old Orlando resident wrote her first novel in college — "I was a little homesick," she says — but it remains unpublished. Book number 2, though, is one of the first to be...