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  • Dangers of tailgating

    In talking about dangerous driving, there's one major danger too often overlooked: tailgating. As a representative of the National Safety Council, teacher of the Defensive Driving Course and president of Road Runner Car Service, I have driven more than...
  • Veterans' center to raise money for cancer patient supplies

    Veterans have given their best for this country. In return, the Palm Beach County Veterans Resource Center seeks to give the best to them. For three years the nonprofit organization has been donating quality items to provide comfort to the cancer and...
  • Day for services that interest seniors takes over library

    Companies and services geared toward seniors living happy and healthy in their golden years in South Florida recently exhibited at the Delray Beach Public Library, an event created by Sen. Maria Sachs. State Attorney Dave Aronberg described the duties of...
  • Passover project serves seniors

    Several local, financially strapped seniors will have a festive Passover holiday this year, thanks in part to the efforts of volunteers from the Addison Reserve Passover Mitzvah Project. For the ninth year in a row, Addison Reserve families have...
  • Beth Shira to hold Community Seder

    Temple Beth Shira ("House of Song") in west Boca Raton has a history of taking on events larger than its numbers would suggest. This year's Community Passover Seder at 6 p.m. on April 15 at the South County Civic Center in Delray Beach (at 16700 Jog Road...
  • Seder smiles

    Eva Kolatka, 96, who lives in Century Village in Boca Raton, still remembers when she used to host Passover seders for 20 to 30 people in her own home in Peabody, Mass. As Kolatka is no longer able to host a big family seder, and as she has very little...
  • Delray Beach author Suzanne Tripp gives a reading at Broward County Main Library

    Delray Beach author Suzanne Tripp gives a reading at Broward County Main Library
    "The Last Train From Key West": The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 killed more than 600 people, including 200 World War I vets housed in work camps in the Keys. Most of Islamorada's buildings and the Florida Overseas Railroad were wiped out by storm surges...
  • Read Together campaign's book promotes dialogue

    If you've noticed a lot of people reading the same book this month, "The Language of Flowers," by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, it's no coincidence. Book discussion groups all over Palm Beach County joined the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County and the...
  • Walking, biking trail proposed next to high-speed train from Miami to Orlando

    Walking, biking trail proposed next to high-speed train from Miami to Orlando
    Taking a high-speed train is one way to travel between Miami and Orlando. But there could be other options like hiking and biking. As All Aboard Florida prepares to provide passenger service on the Florida East Coast Railroad, there's a growing push...
  • Toll Brothers breaks ground on Royal Palm Polo

    Toll Brothers breaks ground on Royal Palm Polo
    About a month ago, Toll Brothers started compiling a list of potential buyers interested in its newest development, Royal Palm Polo in Boca Raton. The list already contains more than 1,000 names for just 223 homes. "The lousy weather they had up north...
  • Meet the Teacher Who Inspired Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah'

    The most popular guest at the Paramount Pictures premiere of "Noah" on Wednesday night in New York was decked out in a bright pink ensemble with matching boots. Vera Fried, who admitted that her wardrobe came from a Suits for Less discount store, isn't a...