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  • Prosecutors: Boca's 'Dr. Barry' illegally practiced medicine

    Prosecutors: Boca's 'Dr. Barry' illegally practiced medicine
    Is it illegal in Florida for kids to dress up as doctors and nurses for Halloween? Technically speaking, it is, argues the attorney for Boca Raton businessman Barry Nevins, who is battling a nearly 3-year-old felony charge of practicing medicine without...
  • Entrepreneurs flock to learn about medical pot

    Entrepreneurs flock to learn about medical pot
    They came Friday for an anticipated high — of medical marijuana creating a new industry in South Florida with opportunities for jobs and investment. Some 200 crowded into CannaEd Day Boca Raton with most taking notes on how they could grow medical...
  • Connecticut Was Once Host To A Hall Of Fame 'Battle Of Sexes'

    Long before the Brakettes and Bluefish brought baseball and softball together in a competition, Connecticut hosted a battle of Hall of Famers as Ted Williams, considered by many to be the gratest hitter that ever lived, faced off against Joan Joyce,...
  • Campus outreach program seeks additional rabbi

    Rabbi Shimon Feder, the director of operations for the Jewish Education Center of South Florida, best states the mission of the Boca Raton-based center: "We try to make our students understand that their lives are not random and that G-d put us here...
  • iCan Benefit Group to close call center, lay off 23

    The iCan Benefit Group, seller of health care insurance, is laying off about 23 workers and closing its Miramar office to consolidate operations at the Boca Raton headquarters, an executive said Monday. Just last year, iCan announced it would hire 130...
  • Boca Raton rabbi reconnects families with lost tefillin

    Boca Raton rabbi reconnects families with lost tefillin
    A Boca Raton family's quest to visit every state before they move to Israel led them on an unexpected religious adventure that began as they shopped for inexpensive electronics. They discovered seven sets of tefillin, or Jewish prayer boxes, for sale...
  • It's time to stand tall with Israel

    I have traveled to Israel many times, but I have never attended a funeral nor made a condolence call on a grieving family. That changed last week when I joined more than 10,000 grieving Israelis at the funeral for Naftali Fraenkel, 16, Eyal Yifrach, 19,...
  • US Senate has role in political gridlock

    As a follow up to your July 7 article, "Obama ramps up case against GOP. The President pins gridlock squarely on Republicans": Let it be known, during the 113th Congress, which began in January of 2013 and will last for two years, the House of...
  • Reagan began far-right mess

    The July 4 Viewpoint, "Happy Birthday America, but can we survive?", from Oscar Y. Harward perfectly illustrates the ridiculous ideology of conservatives. They believe the nation is sliding toward socialism and bankruptcy because we are giving our money...
  • AT&T filling 230 jobs in South Florida

    AT&T is hiring to fill more than 230 jobs in South Florida, including call center, retail and wire technician positions. Most of the jobs are newly created positions, AT&T spokesperson Kelly Layne Starling said Monday. About 75 openings are for retail...
  • Dining scene: From ahi tuna to hibiscus water

    Dining scene: From ahi tuna to hibiscus water
    Oolite Restaurant & Bar 1661 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, 305-907-5535, OoliteRestaurant.com Acclaimed chef Kris Wessel, known for his former Red Light eatery and then his venture at Florida Cookery, has debuted his latest incarnation in the former...