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  • Crist during Delray Beach visit pushes for more skimmer ships, oil drilling referendum

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist on Thursday told White House officials he wants more skimmer ships to clean up oil before it hits Florida???s shores. Crist said that while BP representatives maintain they can???t find any more oil skimming vessels, state officials.......
  • Delray Beach Commissioner Fred Fetzer ballks at city-paid trip

     
    An awkward moment occurred at the Delray Beach City Commission on Tuesday when Commissioner Fred Fetzer balked at a city-paid trip fellow Commissioner Angeleta Gray took to Washington, D.C. to attend the National League of Cities Congressional City...
  • Delray Beach officials don't want water on the beach

     
    Delray Beach officials don???t want water on the municipal beach ??? bottled water that is. The City Commission unanimously voted to deny a nonexclusive contract to Morrison-Willoughby, a company that wanted to sell bottled water on the beach. The...
  • Delray Beach could end up with four more firefighters if it gets a federal grant

     
    The city of Delray Beach could be getting four new firefighters for its Fire Rescue force if it gets a Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response, or SAFER, grant from the federal government. City Manager David Harden told the......
  • Delray Beach declares impasse with police union

     
    The city of Delray Beach is in the process of hiring an arbitrator after it couldn't agree with the police union on the terms of the contract with the Police department. City officials declared the impasse Monday. The police union......
  • McCollum pitches himself to tea party activists

     
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill McCollum won applause from hundreds of tea party activists Wednesday evening with his conservative-themed stump speech. The speech, which lasted a little more than 20 minutes, differed little from his standard...
  • Delray Beach officials question fire services contract with Gulf Stream

     
    Delray Beach Commissioner Fred Fetzer recently asked city employees to look into its contract with the town of Gulf Stream for fire services. Gulf Stream recently annexed a 16.6-acre chunk of unincorporated Palm Beach County during the March 8 election......
  • Delray Beach moves ahead with narrowing of Federal Highway

     
    Delray Beach is moving ahead with a project that was widely unpopular when it was first conceived: The narrowing of Federal Highway between Southwest 10th Street and George Bush Boulevard. The City Commission recently approved spending $113,400 to hire...
  • First Lady Ann Scott to visit Delray Beach Public Library

     
    The Delray Beach Public Library is hosting Florida's First lady Ann Scott for a reading session at 1 pm July 25. The event is part of The Summer Literacy Adventure program, which Scott launched in May, and it invites......
  • Jewish leaders praise new law tightening rules on investments in Sudan, Iran

     
    Jewish community leaders in Palm Beach County are filled with praise for a state law, which went into effect Friday, tightening the noose on investment in companies that do business in Iran and Sudan. The new law adds to a......
  • Friends of Delray blog post creates controversy in Delray Beach

     
    A post in Friends of Delray???s Intelligence Report has Delray Beach Commissioner Adam Frankel wondering whether he should pursue legal action against the local civic group. The group???s July blog post featured an item titled ???Speculation??? in which...