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  • South Florida fishing report

    Fishing report LAKE OKEECHOBEE Throw a spinnerbait or topwater plug around Kissimmee grass and peppergrass on the main lake first thing in the morning for bass. As the sun gets up, fish around offshore rockpiles with 10-inch plastic worms and...
  • Boynton violated its own policy with recent bidding request

    Boynton violated its own policy with recent bidding request
    On Tuesday, the Palm Beach County Office of the Inspector General issued a statement saying that a $30 million Boynton Beach contract for utility services did not comply with Florida statute and the city’s own request for bidders process. “I...
  • Angry over low wages, man slashes coworkers' tires, police say

    Angry over low wages, man slashes coworkers' tires, police say
    A man who was angry about what he was being paid slashed his coworkers' tires while he was getting his final pay check, according to Boynton Beach Police. Police said Socrates Gonzalez, 22, slashed the tires of at least six of his co-workers' cars at...
  • Boynton man repeatedly called 911 to report fake crimes because he was 'bored,' police say

    First it was a report of a naked man with a gun, then a bomb set to explode in a dumpster. Over the course of about two weeks, a man kept calling 911 reporting fake crimes because he was bored, according to a Boynton Beach police arrest report. Robert...
  • Boynton CRA moving forward with downtown renovations

    Boynton CRA moving forward with downtown renovations
    Much of the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency's $9 million budget will go toward redevelopment of the city's downtown area. Board members discussed developing the city's Town Square — which includes many of the city's administrative...
  • Lake Worth softball star lands Bucky Dent Scholarship

    For Lake Worth's Marni Greenstein, the award was the culmination of all her hard work on the softball diamond over the past decade. Greenstein, 18, was recently named the recipient of this year's Bucky Dent Scholarship. "I was so happy; I didn't...
  • Synagogues face declining membership

    While some mainstream synagogues struggle to keep the doors open, or merge with other area synagogues due to dwindling membership and financial strains, others, specifically Chabads and Orthodox synagogues, appear to be flourishing. With the recent...
  • Playing baseball to battle leukemia

    Nothing tugs at the heart more than a child who's battling a serious illness. And last weekend, more than 300 people showed where their hearts were when they turned out for a baseball fundraiser to support 9-year-old baseball player Cole Malone who is...
  • Child porn charges dropped against former West Palm Beach teacher

    Child porn charges dropped against former West Palm Beach teacher
    The former West Palm Beach private school teacher accused of sexually assaulting two 9-year-old students more than seven years ago will stand trial starting Dec. 15. But the case against Stephen Jerome Budd, 52, won't include child porn allegations....
  • Soup's on at Jacob's

    Soup's on at Jacob's
    Q: I would like to have the vegetable soup recipe from Jacob's restaurant in Boynton Beach. The soup and the food are very good. I eat there often. — Linda Kenik, Boynton Beach A: Joe and Elaine Spiegel have developed a devoted following since...
  • Boynton Beach man shot while walking dog, cops say

    Police are still searching for suspects who shot an 80-year-old man in the leg just after midnight Tuesday. After noticing a white SUV driving away from an abandoned house on the 3200 block of Orange Street, the man, who was walking his dog, says people...