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  • Boynton's Woman's Club could begin to receive upgrades

    Boynton's Woman's Club could begin to receive upgrades
    An 89-year-old building may get a much needed face-lift, thanks to a Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency grant. On Tuesday, the agency will discuss giving a grant to the historic Woman's Club to fix three of the aging structure's doors. The...
  • Couple celebrates eight decades of marriage

    It was 1934 when 18-year-old Carrie Warren, then a high school graduate, met and married Norm Eckert, a member of the local drum corps at the Dutch Reformed Church in Walden, N.Y. High school sweethearts, the two spent time together rollerskating and...
  • Weekend preview: Who's afraid of triskaidekaphobia?

    Weekend preview: Who's afraid of triskaidekaphobia?
    Do things seem a little off to you, too? The Miami Heat struggling? David Beckham getting the cold shoulder? The Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida hosting their World Cup watch party at Miami’s Fado, an Irish pub? That this...
  • Despite shortfall, Komen awards $613,000 to programs

    Thanks to its fundraising efforts, including its signature Race for the Cure, Susan G. Komen South Florida will distribute more than $613,000 to local organizations for breast cancer screening, treatment and education. But the amount is less than the $1....
  • Palm Beach Pops is ready to rock the Schoolhouse

    Summer Rocks 2014, a music education program sponsored by the Palm Beach Pops, is coming to the Schoolhouse Children's Museum in Boynton Beach June 16 to 20. The program, which will benefit more than 500 children this summer and is designed for ages 2 to...
  • Get a 'Taste of Boynton' at chamber's annual event

    Too many restaurants and too little time? The Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce has a solution – the Taste of Boynton Beach at 6:30 p.m. June 12 at Benvenuto Restaurant, 1730 N. Federal Highway, which will bring 22 local restaurants under...
  • Uneven pavement on Sawgrass worries drivers

    Q: There is a dangerous condition with water ponding on the Sawgrass Expressway from the Sunrise toll plaza to Atlantic Boulevard. The new top layer of pavement, which was applied separately to each lane, is joined at slightly different heights creating a...
  • Stacey Destin: girls Class 4A-3A track Athlete of the Year

    Stacey Destin: girls Class 4A-3A track Athlete of the Year
    Santaluces junior Stacey Destin is a busy track athlete. Competing in the 100 and 300 hurdles, the high jump and long jump has become a typical day during a track meet. "I get tired just watching her run back and forth from each event," Santaluces...
  • Drivers get better traction on I-95 in Lake Worth

    Q: What's the reason for the nighttime lane closures and construction on Interstate 95 in Lake Worth? Wasn't this stretch of I-95 just widened and reconstructed several years ago? Arnold Niekamp, Boynton Beach A: It's all about helping drivers get...
  • Get thee to the cattery

    Get thee to the cattery
    Before beginning her series of Dead-End mysteries, Fort Lauderdale author Elaine Viets adopted a ritual in which, for research purposes, she would work the same unglamorous, minimum-wage job as the book's private-eye heroine, Helen Hawthorne. Along with...
  • Un raro pez de 500 libras atrapado en la Ensenada de Boynton|VIDEO

    Un raro pez de 500 libras atrapado en la Ensenada de Boynton|VIDEO
    Pocos estudiantes de secundaria tienen una gran historia de pesca después del fin de semana del Día de la Recordación. Y es cierta, y tienen un video para probarla. Temprano la mañana del domingo, poco después de la medianoche, Dustin Richter,...