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  • Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies for foodies

    Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies for foodies
    Hungry? If you are in Florida this fall you can bring an appetite to various food festivals, including one of the nation’s largest, the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival in Orlando. The festival, celebrating its 19th year, and running Sept....
  • Historical Society celebrates 50 years in the city

    In 1964, Ford unveiled its new Mustang, The Beatles landed in America and the Civil Rights Act was signed into law. In Delray Beach, a small group of locals established the Delray Beach Historical Society. Its mission was "to be an organization that...
  • All Aboard Florida to pick up tab for quiet RR zones

    The private company All Aboard Florida is putting up $60 million to silence train horns at railroad crossings along its tracks from Miami to Orlando, putting to rest whether taxpayers in each city would have to pay for the crossing upgrades. The quiet...
  • Airline and cruise line executives join 'Ice Bucket' challenge

    Fundraisers On Monday, Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza participated in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness of the illness, also called Lou Gehrig's Disease. Baldanza lost his mother to ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is a...
  • Camp Gladiator's boot camp expands into Delray

    Camp Gladiator, a group fitness program, expanded into Delray Beach last month. The outdoor boot camp offers a total body workout for all ability levels. Campers won't find drill sergeants demanding more pushups. Instead, they can train at their own...
  • The suite life of salt: New therapy center opens

    Already popular in Europe, salt suites, which provide salt therapy or halotherapy, are now popping up here in the United States. The therapy involves the participant sitting in a room in which the walls, floors and air are highly saturated with salt....
  • Is it a busier summer than usual in Boca?

    No longer a sleepy seasonal town, the city of Boca Raton is busier than ever for some restaurants. An informal survey of established restaurants found business is good in Mizner Park. And well-known eateries in Royal Palm Place, The Shops at Boca...
  • City has openings on eight boards

    Residents who wish to have a voice in city government may get the chance. The city of Delray Beach is seeking volunteers for advisory boards and committees. They'll have the opportunity to work closely in the decision-making process. Artist Sharon...
  • Preparation matters for businesses dealing with hurricanes

    Preparation matters for businesses dealing with hurricanes
    Tropical Shipping has a long-standing policy in its hurricane planning that helps get operations humming after a major storm: It lets employees bring their families to work and takes care of those relatives. Employees often fail to return to work after...
  • Florida pair sentenced in multimillion-dollar coin laundry bank fraud

    MIAMI (Reuters) - The leaders of a multimillion-dollar bank fraud and real estate scheme run out of an abandoned Florida coin laundry store have been sentenced to decades in jail by a federal judge. U.S. District Judge James I. Cohn sentenced Darryl...
  • Massive fraud plus lavish lifestyle equals 30 years

    Massive fraud plus lavish lifestyle equals 30 years
    Darryl Burke spent the past 25 years ripping off millions of dollars, hiding from the feds and, when authorities did catch up to him, bouncing in and out of prison. He defied the system. He hid behind aliases. He lived it up at a South Florida...