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  • Boat sales rebounding in Palm Beach County

    Boat sales rebounding in Palm Beach County
    More people in Palm Beach County are taking to the water in new boats. Registrations of new boats increased 14 percent in the year ending in March, after jumping 25 percent the year before, according to Info-Link Technologies Inc., a marine industry...
  • CHOCOLATE

    CHOCOLATE
    Children's Chocolatier Class: For one hour starting at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday through Aug. 13, Hoffman's Chocolate (5190 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres, 561-967-2213, Hoffmans.com) hosts a free chocolatemaking class for kids. Dipping and decorating...
  • Fracasan muchas escuelas charter en sur de Florida

    Fracasan muchas escuelas charter en sur de Florida
    Sin la adecuada supervisión, hay dirigentes de escuelas charter que abusan del sistema escolar del sur de Florida, gastando dinero de los contribuyentes para escuelas que rápidamente fracasan. El recién cierre de varias escuelas charter muestra la...
  • Toski Junior Tournament gets even better

    Toski Junior Tournament gets even better
    Leave it to Bob Toski to make a great junior golf tournament even better. The legendary instructor, who has been teaching people how to play golf for 60 years, held his first junior tournament last year. The event was different because it was open to...
  • Benefit Corporations law helps social entrepreneurs in Florida

    Benefit Corporations law helps social entrepreneurs in Florida
    Florida has become the 25th state to allow a new kind of company which is set up to serve a public purpose. Gov. Rick Scott this week signed a law allowing "Benefit Corporations," for-profit ventures that are formed to help employees, the community, the...
  • Hammerhead shark drags Florida kayaker for 2 hours

    Hammerhead shark drags Florida kayaker for 2 hours
    A Florida kayaker got the ride of his life when his fishing line snagged an 11-foot hammerhead shark that then took him for an 8-mile excursion near Boynton Beach, the Tampa Bay Times is reporting. Florida Atlantic University senior Adam Fisk, 22, was...
  • Sunrise takes stand against puppy mills

    Sunrise takes stand against puppy mills
    A new city law aims to protect animal lovers from unknowingly buying a sick dog born in a puppy mill. This week, Sunrise approved a law requiring pet stores within its borders to sell animals from shelters, rescue groups and humane societies. The...
  • Have a plan to keep your pets safe

    Have a plan to keep your pets safe
    To keep your pet safe in the event of a hurricane, your choices are to keep the pet with you at home, take it with you if you evacuate, leave it with a friend or board it at a kennel. Don't plan to take your pet to a public shelter unless you have pre-...
  • Class 3A all-state boys basketball team announced

    Class 3A all-state boys basketball team announced
    The Florida Association of Basketball Coaches (FABC) and Source Hoops present the 2013-2014 Class 3A all-state team. Players were selected based on in-person evaluations, all-area teams selected by media from around the state, and recognition from the...
  • Weekend preview: Beer, peeps and chicken wings!

    Weekend preview: Beer, peeps and chicken wings!
    At last year’s New River Raft Race, the entry from students at the AIAS FAU School of Architecture won the fastest-raft category in a romp. But the one guy hoping for a closer race this weekend is their own admiral, Anthony Abbate, associate provost...
  • 5th campus OK'd for Palm Beach State College

    5<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> campus OK'd for Palm Beach State College
    The fourth time was the charm for Palm Beach State College's effort to open a new western campus. The three story, 50,000-square-foot building will sit on a 75-acre site at the corner of Southern Boulevard and B Road in Loxahatchee Groves. The school'...