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  • Festival offers 'blockbuster' alternative

    From indie rom-coms to restored classics, the "Hot Days, Cool Flicks" film festival offers Palm Beach County residents an alternative to the summer "blockbuster." Running from July 22 to Aug. 27, The Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival,...
  • Man struck pedestrian, tried to hide under nearby vehicle, say police

    Man struck pedestrian, tried to hide under nearby vehicle, say police
    A 28-year-old Lake Worth man is facing charges after police in West Palm Beach said he struck a pedestrian and tried to hide under a pickup truck. David Luax was driving a car that hit a person in the 1000 block of Caroline Street in West Palm Beach at...
  • Palm Beach County values closest to peak in cities like Gulf Stream, Palm Beach, Wellington

    The wealthiest cities in Palm Beach County are reclaiming their housing values the fastest. Median home values in Gulf Stream, Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Atlantis and Wellington all are among the closest, percentage-wise, to their peak values before the...
  • Charity that funds kids' wheelchairs gets new home

    Charity that funds kids' wheelchairs gets new home
    After losing its free storage space, a Palm Beach County charity that collects bottle caps to fund wheelchairs for disabled kids faced the possibility of closing down. But thanks to the owners of a local company, Caps of Love has found a new home in the...
  • Special bowling program on a roll

    Name: Bill Martin Age: 75 Residence: Lantana Family: Wife, Donna Martin; daughter, Dorothy Jean Blomquist; son, Ross Martin; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren Career: Retired from BellSouth about 10 years ago Organization: Special Olympics...
  • Witness stops violent attack by firing warning shot, say deputies

    A bystander who witnessed one man stabbing another in Lake Worth fired a warning shot and then held the two at gunpoint until deputies arrived, according to an arrest report. Had the man not intervened, other witnesses said, the stabbing victim likely...
  • Man rushed to hospital after being stabbed in Lake Worth, fire fighters say

    Deputies responding to a report of a shooting in Lake Worth found a man lying on the ground with a stab wound, according to a Palm Beach County Fire Rescue news release. Fire fighters heading to Federal Highway were redirected to North O Street and...
  • A festejar el Día de la Independencia

    Este fin de semana promete. Arrancando el viernes 4 de julio y hasta el domingo, habrá muchas actividades en todo el sur de Florida. Goles y juegos pirotécnicos, todo en un mismo lugar— 4 de Julio, 4 a 10 p.m., 1 Seminole Way, Hollywood....
  • 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...
  • Sunshine not the problem in FSU search

    Sunshine not the problem in FSU search
    If it weren't for Florida's "Sunshine" laws, chances are John Thrasher, the powerful state senator who wants to be president of Florida State University, might have been the only person interviewed for the job. That almost happened last month even...
  • 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...