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  • DASH program helps needy Holocaust survivors

    Alex Varnai, 93, of Delray Beach, like many Holocaust survivors, needed help arranging for basic dental work he had to have done. But, thanks to a new program, Varnai was able to get his teeth cleaned for free. The new program is called Project DASH,...
  • Man attacks passenger, crashes car, flees scene, troopers say

    Man attacks passenger, crashes car, flees scene, troopers say
    A New Jersey man punched his female passenger – while driving her Jaguar – and then fled after crashing the car on an Interstate 95 offramp in Delray Beach, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Luke Corring, 27, of New Milford, N.J., fled...
  • 50 Ocean pairs dinner, beers

    50 Ocean pairs dinner, beers
    Chef Blake Malatesta loves the moment after people taste a new recipe, when they close their eyes and smile with joy — especially when they weren't expecting it to be so good. "During the season in West Palm Beach, we are a destination spot, so...
  • Comida cultivada localmente

    Burt & Max's Bar and Grille (9089 W. Atlantic Ave., Suite 100, Delray Beach, 561-638-6380, BurtAndMaxs.com) El menú de verano que va hasta octubre en este encantador lugar de madera de granero de un año en Delray Marketplace es el primero dado a...
  • Hit the races in Delray Beach

    Harness racing is heading to Delray Beach. The Sunshine Meadows Equestrian Village is hosting two Sunshine Stakes races on its 1-mile track Sept. 13 and 20. The races will kick off at 11 a.m. and there will be about 10 sets of races in each category....
  • Cary Glickstein:Some sober homes owners scamming public

    Legitimate sober home or scam operator? It's hard to tell the difference. State and federal lawmakers, Department of Justice and HUD officials, and mental health agencies must act to curb widespread abuses associated with sober homes and the addiction...
  • Reforms needed as pensions become outrageous

     Reforms needed  as pensions  become outrageous
    Last month, a Boynton Beach police sergeant got his job back despite being fired for allegedly viewing porn while at work. That isn't the outrage.        As an arbitrator wrote, the city's case against Frank Ranzie was weak. The outrage is that Ranzie...
  • HOV hours unlikely to be extended

    Q: Can you help explain why the HOV lane hours on Interstate 95 are only from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. With longer work hours and longer commutes in South Florida, it makes sense to extend the hours. In other metro areas around the country, the...
  • All-volunteer auxiliary provides back up to Coast Guard

    All-volunteer auxiliary provides back up to Coast Guard
    Philip Vale served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, transporting troops and dropping depth charges on submarines. Nearly 70 years later, the 89-year-old is still putting on a uniform and serving the country. He's part of the Coast Guard...
  • Real estate notebook: Boca firm spends $100M on Walgreens portfolio

    Real estate notebook: Boca firm spends $100M on Walgreens portfolio
    The Herrick Co., a Boca Raton-based real estate investment firm, said its affiliates have paid roughly $100 million for 29 Walgreens drugstores across the country. Only one is in South Florida — 8955 Lantana Road west of Lake Worth. The deal...
  • Voters face many choices on Tuesday

    Voters face many choices on Tuesday
    Voters go to the polls Tuesday to set the table for the November elections, but the menu's already pretty well set. Barring a cataclysmic shock, Democrats are set to officially make Charlie Crist their candidate for governor despite the pitch from Nan...