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  • Oakland Park narrows manager search to five candidates

    Updated Commissioners have selected five candidates to interview from more than 70 applicants to replace City Manager John Stunson, who is retiring in September. Commissioners plan to interview Assistant City Manager Horace McHugh, former North...
  • Happy Hour of the Week: Boston's on the Beach

    Happy Hour of the Week: Boston's on the Beach
    If Tom Brady, clam chowder and lobster rolls catch your fancy, head to Boston's on the Beach, where every New England sports team is celebrated and the Red Sox rule. This charming sports bar is also pooch-friendly, and has a menu created just for...
  • Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green

    Boca Raton city-owned real estate adds up to some serious green
    When it comes to real estate holdings in Boca Raton, one of the most expansive is the city's own portfolio. Boca owns 177 properties worth an estimated $395 million on the real estate market and that doesn't count the $112 million in downtown property...
  • Upgrades planned at 200-plus railroad crossings; here's what you need to know

    Safety improvements are coming to more than 200 railroad crossings in many of the coastal downtowns from Miami to West Palm Beach — so don't be surprised if you this fall start seeing construction work altering your commute. New lights, gates,...
  • A setting in search of some action

    A setting in search of some action
    'Haunted' By Randy Wayne White. Putnam, 356 pages, $26.95 Randy Wayne White has built a legacy exploring Florida's history and ecology. But an evocative look at Florida and its often ignored role in the Civil War can't make up for a lack of action in...
  • City moves toward domestic partner benefits

    Will Boynton Beach offer its employees with domestic partners the same benefits offered to employees whose marriages are recognized by the state? That is the issue that came before the City Commission Aug. 5. At the request of the Palm Beach County...
  • On the Ave moves west for 'Back to Cool' event

    The start of school doesn't signal the end of summer fun. The good times keep rolling as On The Avenue returns to the West Atlantic Avenue neighborhood with a new Back to Cool theme. A full playbill of entertainment and children's activities pack the...
  • People paint away their problems at Vino Van Gogh

    What could be more fun that wine, music and do-it-yourself art? Vino Van Gogh in the Pineapple Grove Arts district has the answer. The art studio and wine bar has everything customers need to create their own whimsical masterpiece. Wine and beer are sold...
  • City sees shares of recycling program

    It pays to go green. Recyclable materials collected in Delray Beach have earned the city a quarter-three check for $23,138 from the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County. The payola comes as part of the SWA's Revenue Share program. Each municipality...
  • Young actors ready to hone their craft at workshop

    Budding theater artists are heading back to class. The fall session of the Young Actor's Workshop at the Delray Beach Playhouse starts Sept. 6. Students in grades three to 12 will hone their skills in drama, musical theater and auditioning. The popular...
  • The Planner

    This weekTuesday Financial Planning Association of Greater Fort Lauderdale, 5 p.m., Marlins' Park, 501 Marlins Way, Miami. Chapter meeting/continuing education course/baseball game. Members $60, nonmembers $65. 954-370-0041. Thursday All About Business...