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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Delray redevelopment agency turns down request for loan to revamp neighborhood

    Delray redevelopment agency turns down request for loan to revamp neighborhood
    The developers of an aging and blighted low-income rental community in the heart of Delray Beach's southwest neighborhood reached out to city officials to help pay for a makeover — again. This time the Auburn Group turned to Delray's Community...
  • Delray Beach editorial incorrect

    Regarding the July 28 editorial, "Change agent needed in Delray Beach": The statement that "Harden contended that Delray Beach did not have to seek competitive bidding on the trash-hauling contract" is not correct. I did sign a letter to the Palm...
  • Rabbi's death should have been on front page

    An article appeared about an orthodox rabbi gunned down at 9 a.m. on the streets of Miami on his way to synagogue to worship. Wasn't this tragic incident enough to appear on the front page of the paper, or at least on the front page of the local section?...
  • New events on tap for Fort Lauderdale's New River Inn museum

    New events on tap for Fort Lauderdale's New River Inn museum
    Nearly 60 years after serving its last guests, the New River Inn in downtown Fort Lauderdale is still open for business — as a history museum. Today it's the oldest remaining hotel building in Broward County and the centerpiece of the Old Fort...
  • Real estate notebook: Engel & Völkers firm opening in Boca, Delray

    Luxury real estate firm Engel & Völkers will open an office in Delray Beach and two in Boca Raton later this month. The offices are at 900 E. Atlantic Ave.; 310 E. Palmetto Park Road; and 4855 Technology Way. Claire Collins is the broker for the three...
  • ADT offers new remote and mobile security products

    ADT's chief innovation officer Arthur Orduña talks into his smartphone to check the security and lights at his Delray Beach home. The ADT app recognizes his voice. "Security status" he says, receiving confirmation that all is well. "Light status," he...
  • Delray Beach's Arts Garage expanding to Pompano Beach

    Delray Beach's Arts Garage expanding to Pompano Beach
    Delray Beach's popular Arts Garage is expanding to Pompano Beach. The group that transformed Delray's Old School Square Garage into a popular cultural arts hub will now attempt to duplicate that success in Pompano's Creative Arts District at the...
  • Retail notebook: Bar and music venue opens in Delray Beach

    Vintage Tap, offering live music shows, craft beer and a full liquor bar, is now open in Delray Beach. The bar is at 524 W. Atlantic Ave. and features bands playing different types of music, including country, blues and rock. Restaurant opens in...