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  • Boynton moving ahead with domestic partner benefits

    Boynton moving ahead with domestic partner benefits
    Boynton Beach will be moving forward with getting city employees domestic partner benefits. On Tuesday, at the city's regular meeting, the commission voted to send information from the Palm Beach Human Rights Council to city staff members to see what...
  • Voter registration deadline near for August primary, nonpartisan elections

    Voter registration deadline near for August primary, nonpartisan elections
    If you want to help pick who runs county government and the schools, presides in court, and serves in Congress, you've got to be registered to vote in the August primaries and nonpartisan elections. If you're not registered, you've got to act by next...
  • New foreclosures continue to fall

    New foreclosure filings continue to decline in Palm Beach County. The county had 363 new cases filed in July, down 3 percent from a year ago, according to the RealtyTrac listing firm. Filings dropped 60 percent countywide from January through July...
  • PB School Board race has 3 incumbents, 8 new candidates

    Palm Beach County will have at least one new School Board member, and possibly up to four, before the year ends. Three incumbents are being challenged in their re-election bids, while a fourth, Jennifer Prior Brown, is stepping down, leaving an open seat...
  • Roadwork drives some common questions

    Roadwork drives some common questions
    There's road construction pretty much everywhere you look in South Florida. And along with it are questions from commuters baffled by express lanes, traffic signals and SunPass. To help you navigate through the ongoing work, here are the answers to...
  • Early voting in Palm Beach County starting for Aug. 26 elections

    Early voting in Palm Beach County starting for Aug. 26 elections
    Early voting for the Democratic and Republican primaries and non-partisan elections open to all voters starts Monday in Palm Beach County, and voters will see some big changes from previous elections. For starters, there are now 14 days of early...
  • Hunt for Alabama man ends in Boynton hospital, deputies say

    The hunt for an Alabama man accused of ambushing, kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 30-year-old woman and her 8-year-old daughter came to an end in a Boynton Beach hospital room Monday. Four days earlier police said David Pitts, 43, of Ozark, Ala.,...
  • Miami rail link deserves state funding

    Miami rail link deserves state funding
    If there's one decision the Florida Department of Transportation should backtrack on, it's the refusal to use state funds to build a needed link that will bring commuter rail service to downtown Miami. At issue is the $44 million needed to build a...
  • Rosenberg sworn-in as federal judge

    Rosenberg sworn-in as federal judge
    Robin Rosenberg was sworn-in Friday as the newest U.S. District Court judge for the Southern District of Florida during an "informal" ceremony watched by family, friends, judges, attorneys and others in the legal community. Just three days earlier, the...
  • Extra hour of reading will help kids

    There have been the expected complaints. There surely will be more. We're sympathetic, but the complaints are wrong. The reading ability of children is that important. The state's new list of 300 lowest-performing schools includes 32 Broward County...
  • Shameful record on helping students with special needs

    Florida schools are failing students with special needs. At far too many public schools and private charter schools, support for children with physical, mental and emotional challenges remains inadequate or nonexistent. It's been this way for years....