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  • America's top junior tennis players hold court in South Florida this week

    For tennis fans in need of a fix with the U.S. Open still five weeks away, they can get a sneak preview of the stars of tomorrow at the several USTA National Clay Court Championships tournaments being held across South Florida starting Sunday. The...
  • Voters love casting ballots by mail, but red tape can prove challenging

    Voters love casting ballots by mail, but red tape can prove challenging
    Voting by mail has soared in popularity among Floridians in the past decade, but new restrictions are leading some advocates to warn that some people may miss voting this year because of new rules. Unaware of the intricacies — which Palm Beach...
  • More PB schools receive A's and F's

    Rees PB Search 2014 Florida school grades at SunSentinel.com/schoolgrades School grades brought good news and bad news for Palm Beach County, with more schools receiving A's, but also more getting slapped with D's and F's. The grades can affect home...
  • Frank Stark Celebration Ride in Boca Raton marks 25th year

    Frank Stark began the annual bike ride by himself — one mile for every year he was on the Earth. Then, he invited a few friends to join him; a quiet celebration to mark his birthday. Now, up to 1,000 people show up every year to ride in the...
  • First Boca Black Film Festival this week

    Wellington college professor S. Elizabeth Martin wanted to make sure the real film and acting industries and talent agencies in South Florida morphed north and weren't just based in Miami. So she made plans for one day of workshops and classes on the...
  • Students rewarded with boat cruise for improving grades

    Seventeen Delray Beach students met the challenge to raise their grades and were rewarded with an Intracoastal Waterway cruise and dinner at Deck 84. Knights of Pythagoras Mentoring Network appealed to the students at the beginning of the school year....
  • Chamber announces finalists for business awards

    The Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce will honor members who excel in business and community service at its Luminary Gala in October. Twenty-four finalists are vying for top place in eight categories in the 2014 Chamber Business Awards. The chamber...
  • Morikami exhibits walk museum goers through time

    Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is having two diverse exhibitions that walk the viewer through time. Both are rich with the technical skill of their creators and are on display through Aug. 31. "Samurai Culture: Treasures of South Florida...
  • Delray Beach resident Mario Blanco stays fit with Spartan Races

    Dirty and gritty mixed with the ultimate test of endurance, a growing number of local men and women are adding Spartan Races and other endurance races to their cross-training goals. Delray Beach resident Mario Blanco's passion is competing in triathlons....
  • Delray Beach parts ways with suspended city manager

    Delray Beach parts ways with suspended city manager
    Beleaguered Delray Beach City Manager Louie Chapman Jr. is gone after city commissioners signed off on a settlement in which he offered to resign in exchange for a buyout. Commissioners twice tried unsuccessfully to fire Chapman, but finally managed to...
  • All Aboard Florida tries to fight big misconceptions

    The folks from All Aboard Florida wanted to set me on the right track. They're about to unveil drawings of their downtown West Palm Beach station – sound the trumpets! – and they were concerned with all the concerns I've been raising...