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  • Veteran honored with Governor's Medal at state convention

    Chairman of the Veterans Advisory Commission and former Navy man, Tom Kaiser, 86, was awarded a Veteran's Service Award by Gov. Rick Scott at the American Legion's National Convention this month in Orlando. Kaiser, a resident of Abbey Delray, is...
  • Talk about writing: Florida Authors Academy teaches novel skills

    Aspiring writers have a rich resource in the Florida Authors Academy, and its cost is easy on the budget. Murder on the Beach Bookstore offers "Writing Workshops for Tomorrow's Authors" at $25 per session. Former store owner Joanne Sinchuk started the...
  • A different kind of father's day planned at Pompey Park

    It's going to look like Father's Day this Saturday at Pompey Park where the first Father & Kids Unity Day will celebrate the positive impact men have in a child's life. "The main purpose of the event is about fathers and kids sharing quality time,"...
  • Homebuilding blitz to put veteran in a Habitat house

    Construction workers are slinging hammers in a race against the clock that rivals "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." They'll be on the job seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for two weeks during the build. Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach...
  • Employers turn to Slobody yoga to benefit staff

    Corporate America is catching on to the benefits of exercise – at work. It boosts productivity, reduces office tension and cuts doctor visits. Employees appreciate the convenience. They're more likely to squeeze in some squats when the workout is...
  • Frantic mother on a search for truth in Jenny Milchman's 'Ruin Falls'

    Frantic mother on a search for truth in Jenny Milchman's 'Ruin Falls'
    'Ruin Falls' By Jenny Milchman. Ballantine, 368 pages, $26 In her second novel, Jenny Milchman delivers an intense family thriller that touches on all the hot-button fears of a parent while keeping the threat of violence on the periphery of the story....
  • Children in south Palm Beach County dive into the 'World's Largest Swimming Lesson'

    Children in south Palm Beach County dive into the 'World's Largest Swimming Lesson'
    Kids in south Palm Beach County made a splash as they tried to break a world record – and possibly save some lives. On Friday, close to 450 children in Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton hit the water as part of a worldwide event called...
  • Four file for open PB School Board seat

    Every Palm Beach County School Board member up for re-election this year will face challengers. But the most hotly contested race will be in District 4 — incumbent board member Jennifer Prior Brown will not run, leaving four candidates vying for...
  • Actress displays diverse talent in 'Avenue Q'

    Jewish actress Joanna Mandel acts, sings and is a puppeteer in the two-act musical "Avenue Q," running through June 29 at the Crest Theatre in Delray Beach. "Avenue Q," which won three Tony Awards including best musical for 2004 for creator Jeff Marx...
  • I-95 express lanes not always faster

    I-95 express lanes not always faster
    Think you'll go faster on I-95 by paying $10.50 at rush hour to use the express lanes? Think again. Sometimes, you will actually go slower than those in the free lanes. Tolls are set based on how much traffic is in the express lanes – not the...
  • Providing a chance to Kibbitz and Ride

    Name: Chuck Gorman Age: 80 Residence: Boynton Beach Birthplace: Providence, R.I. Family: Three children, Jeffrey, David and Linda Gorman; three grandchildren Career: Engineer and director of purchasing Organization: Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish...