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Delray Beach

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  • City commissioner gracious under fire

    On July 1, Delray Beach City Commissioner Jordana Jarjura spoke eloquently and passionately at the commission meeting about her role as an elected official. She explained why she voted that evening in favor of changing the zoning of a piece of the Old...
  • Courts hear parents battle over circumcision

    Courts hear parents battle over circumcision
    The boy's fourth birthday is coming up and his mother and father are fighting over a tiny piece of him — his foreskin. Dad wants his son circumcised; mom doesn't. So now a state appellate court may have to decide. This unusual dispute doesn't...
  • Mayo: All Aboard tries to set me on right track

    Here's the column I wrote for today's Palm Beach edition, about my recent sitdown with All Aboard Florida officials who are fighting growing organized opposition, along with what they say are unfounded fears and misconceptions: The folks from All Aboard...
  • Paul downs Boca Raton roommate to win National Clay Courts title

    Imagine Andy Murray going against John Isner as teenagers, and then you could visualize what the finals of the USTA Boys' 18s National Clay Court Championships resembled and played like Saturday morning at a sun-baked Delray Beach Tennis Center. There's...
  • Boca Raton's Tommy Paul battles to National Clay Court 18s' finals

    — Either Tommy Paul didn't get the memo that his semifinal match of the USTA Boys' 18s National Clay Court Championships was shifted to a different site Friday morning or he just didn't get enough sleep. Either way, a listless Paul found himself...
  • FILM

    FILM
    "The Grand Budapest Hotel": Quirky auteur Wes Anderson’s latest movie will be screened as part of the Art Cinema at the Crest series. The 2014 comedy has an A-list cast, including Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, F. Murray Abraham, Adrien Brody, Willem...
  • Children conduct cool experiments at library

    Thirteen youngsters recently got to enjoy some hands-on science learning. The children ages 8 to 12 learned how to conduct two experiments as part of the Summer Science Club at the Hagen Ranch Road Branch Library west of Delray Beach. They were led by...
  • Meters for parking in downtown Boca to be discussed

    Meters for parking in downtown Boca to be discussed
    Drivers who park too long in Boca Raton's downtown are now being ticketed more often, which has gone a long way toward easing the downtown space crunch. But the ultimate solution to control parking could mean feeding a meter. Parking enforcement wrote...
  • Anna Bright has bright future on courts

    Inclement weather has wreaked havoc on the scheduling of several USTA National Clay Court tournaments across South Florida this week, but perhaps the brightest breakthrough has come from Anna Bright in the Girls' 14s event at the Veltri Tennis Center....
  • Weekend preview: Romance, kittens, beer and other good causes

    Weekend preview: Romance, kittens, beer and other good causes
    Ross B. says the singles gathered for the 16th annual Bachelor and Bachelorette Dream Date Auction in downtown Fort Lauderdale Friday night will get a glimpse into the future when he hosts the event with Mrs. B., also known as sassy Y100 radio personality...
  • Small plane crashes in Pompano Beach; two fliers unhurt

    Small plane crashes in Pompano Beach; two fliers unhurt
    Federal authorities are investigating the crash of a small plane at Pompano Beach Airpark. The plane's two occupants were uninjured Tuesday night when the single-engine Alpha Trainer fixed-wing aircraft lost power, hit some trees and struck a...