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  • Teaching tradition

    Rabbi Shmuly Gutnick doesn't believe the matzah-baking experience is complete until the baker's nose is covered in flour. Gutnick, co-director of the Boca Raton-based Chabad Youth Network of Florida, does about 65 "Model Matzah Bakery" presentations...
  • PJ Library holds birthday bash

    "Every child should have a first birthday party," Elana Ostroff said. "We thought why not PJ Library?" Ostroff, the director of the PJ Library program based at the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, is referring to the recent celebration of PJ...
  • 'Father figure' accused of sexual activity with girl

    'Father figure' accused of sexual activity with girl
    A girl texted her friend for help while a 48-year-old man that she considered to be a "father figure" touched her sexually, according to a Boca Raton police arrest report. The girl fled the man's house without any shoes on her feet and flagged down...
  • "In sickness and in health" stirs memories, grief, thanks

    Editor's note: Reaction was swift — and overwhelmingly positive — to the Sun Sentinel's weekend story, In Sickness and in Health, which chronicled the final months of Bernard Richard Schiffer's life and the challenges he and his partner, Chris...
  • Heritage-Delray tennis leads five teams in championship run

    Among the five boys and girls tennis teams from Palm Beach County competing at this weeks state tournament, all have the same goal in winning a title. American Heritage-Delray will look to defend its girls Class 1A state champions, while Boca Raton's...
  • Calvary Chapel takes comfort in Easter's message of hope, healing

    Calvary Chapel takes comfort in Easter's message of hope, healing
    As South Florida enters the holiest week on the Christian calendar, the Easter message of hope, healing and rebirth is resonating with new insight for the parishioners of Calvary Chapel. Still reeling from the sudden departure of its popular founder,...
  • Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida

    Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida
    A shortage of medical residency programs in South Florida is making it difficult to meet the region's need for more new doctors as the growing population ages. Residencies are required training for medical school graduates to become licensed and...
  • Lobbying: connections, appearances & results

    Lobbying: connections, appearances & results
    Ask one thing about lobbying in Florida, and several more questions come up. At issue now – click on the link in the right hand column – is proposed legislation in Tallahassee. It would ban county elected officials and municipal officials...
  • FAU to offer free hearing screenings

    Florida Atlantic University's Department of Communication Science and Disorders will offer free hearing screenings in honor of Tinnitus Awareness Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday in the Communication Disorders Clinic on the fourth floor of the College...
  • Florida lawmakers pushing gun bills forward

    Florida lawmakers pushing gun bills forward
    Florida's Republican lawmakers are unholstering a series of bills in the state Capitol this spring heralded by gun owners but opposed by sheriffs, teachers, parents and some Democrats. The measures would allow firing of warning shots, arm school...
  • $40M pill mill kingpin's sentence reduced for testifying against docs

    $40M pill mill kingpin's sentence reduced for testifying against docs
    Christopher George, whose highly successful pill mills in Broward and Palm Beach counties made about $40 million, was hoping Friday that his cooperation with prosecutors would earn him a big break on the prison term he is serving. Though the inmate...