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  • Helen Grace Chocolates bought by Florida investment firm BBX Capital

    Helen Grace Chocolates bought by Florida investment firm BBX Capital
    A Florida investment firm has purchased a sweet piece of Southern California history in Helen Grace Chocolates, a Lynwood candy maker whose truffles and chocolate confections became a fundraising engine for legions of children and their schools. The...
  • Free event in Boynton to help veterans

    Veterans and their families looking for a convenient place to find help can visit the Boynton Beach Civic Center on July 28. Operation Care for Vets will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the center, 128 E Ocean Ave. Several groups that help veterans...
  • South Florida airport lines moving quicker

    South Florida airport lines moving quicker
    Passengers are moving more quickly through security checkpoints at South Florida's three main airports, with most getting through in less than 10 minutes on average. Three years ago, they waited an average of 15 minutes or more to clear airport security,...
  • Bias still an issue for persons with disabilities

    The whole philosophy behind the "Americans with Disabilities Act" was, and still is, "to try and provide accommodation" for people with recognized disabilities. There are many ways of doing this and anyone knowledgeable on the subject should be able to...
  • Letter writer wrong on US Marine's detainment

    Re the letter about the U.S. Marine in Mexican custody. Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was not on duty when he illegally entered Mexico carrying several guns. He violated Mexican laws. His argument that he was lost does not hold water since he had entered Mexico...
  • Boynton offering senior knitting club

    Seniors looking for a place to join fellow knitting enthusiasts can do so on Thursdays in Boynton Beach. The city's Recreation and Parks Department is hosting the Rippers Knitting Club at the Civic Center, 128 E. Ocean Ave. It will be held from 10:30 a....
  • Father's loss highlights danger of leaving children in hot cars

    Father's loss highlights danger of leaving children in hot cars
    Reggie McKinnon will never forget the warm March afternoon when he left work to find his baby girl still sitting in her car seat in the back of his SUV. He heard screams and realized they were his own. Police and paramedics were called to the parking...
  • Craigslist-related robberies prompt Weston, Boca police to offer safe space for transactions

    Craigslist-related robberies prompt Weston, Boca police to offer safe space for transactions
    Forget about dark alleys. Craigslist is becoming a popular place for criminals to lurk, so South Florida police agencies are opening their doors to online buyers and sellers looking to close a danger-free deal. There have been at least five cases in...
  • Pension, health care costs rising in Boynton Beach

    Pension, health care costs rising in Boynton Beach
    Rising pension and health care fees are costing Boynton Beach. City officials expect that this year's general fund will increase by about $2 million, from $71.3 million last year to $73.3 million this year. The increase is partially due to rising health...
  • Boynton ministers pray for the city

    A few Boynton Beach ministers think that the city that prays together will stay together. Representatives for about 20 churches in Boynton Beach bowed their heads and joined hands to pray for the city in front of City Hall on Wednesday. "It's all...
  • People on the move

    Real estate Denise Klass and her Klass Advantage Realty Team joined Boynton Beach's Realty Pros in Canyon Town Center in Boynton Beach, as luxury home specialists. Klass is also well-known in the South Florida area as founder of Starmakers, a not-for-...