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  • Abbey Delray rewards residents for staying active

    Rewards programs give consumers points for buying gas, airline tickets or free meals. Now a Delray Beach retirement community is using a rewards system to benefit residents who stay active. Abbey Delray residents earn points for exercising, attending...
  • The Learning Experience teaching babies yoga, sign language

    The Learning Experience, a child development center serving babies 6 weeks old to 6 years old, opened last April on Lantana Road in Lake Worth. Founded as a family run business in 1980 in Boca Raton, the company became franchised and now operates 125...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Delray group celebrates 50 years of preserving history

    Delray group celebrates 50 years of preserving history
    Delray's Historical Society is officially "over the hill" and history buffs are celebrating with all things Delray Beach. In between following the Civil Rights movement, tracking the Beatlemania journey into the states and the drama of soldiers shipping...
  • Charter school applicants have troubled histories

    Charter school applicants have troubled histories
    At least seven groups of applicants with ties to failed or floundering charter schools are seeking second chances and public money to open 18 more. Odds are, most will prevail. School districts say that they can't deny applicants solely because of...
  • 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...
  • Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies

    Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies
    Hungry? If you are in Florida this fall, you can bring your 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...
  • 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...
  • What's new in Palm Beach County schools

    What's new in Palm Beach County schools
    Summer fun is over, and school is back in session. But there are plenty of new and exciting things in Palm Beach County public schools this year, including GPS-equipped buses, charter schools and extended hours. An an estimated 183,000 students return...