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Palm Beach (Palm Beach, Florida)

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  • Undocumented students could get tuition break

    Like most high school seniors, Sergio Morales is making plans for college. Morales dreams of becoming a computer engineer and says he would like to finish his degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but for now he's applied to several...
  • Pot control makes sense in uncertain spots

    With Colorado and Washington recently legalizing marijuana, I thought it would be fitting to discuss pot control -- in poker. I recently played a $1,675 World Series of Poker Circuit event in my hometown of West Palm Beach, Fla. Halfway through Day One,...
  • Backlash to Lake Worth Inlet dredging threatens port plans

    Backlash to Lake Worth Inlet dredging threatens port plans
    Endangered manatees shouldn't have to make room for more ships at the Port of Palm Beach, according to opponents of the deepening of Lake Worth Inlet. The port is pushing to improve shipping traffic by deepening and widening the inlet that connects...
  • Backlash to inlet dredging threatens port plans

    Endangered manatees shouldn't have to make room for more ships at the Port of Palm Beach, according to opponents of the deepening of Lake Worth Inlet. The port is pushing to improve shipping traffic by deepening and widening the inlet that connects the...
  • Lawmakers write state budget with something for nearly everyone

    Lawmakers write state budget with something for nearly everyone
    TALLAHASSEE — Shoppers and motorists will make out as big winners in the Florida Legislature's push during the next six weeks to stretch extra taxpayer dollars to affect the greatest number of people. But businesses could also reap the benefits...
  • New lice policy at Broward schools wrong

    Shame on Broward County schools for changing the age-old policy on head lice. Not only can a child found with nits or lice now remain at school, they can keep coming back — even if they have not been properly treated to eliminate the lice. If...
  • The FCAT balancing act

    In response to the article, "State picks FCAT replacement for 2015": For the last four to five years, Florida has told students the FCAT would be replaced. In 2012, my graduating class was told we were the last to take the test — only to find out...
  • More Latin American companies opening South Florida offices, research finds

    More companies from Latin America are setting up offices in South Florida, lured by the chance to sell in the U.S. market, the availability of multilingual staff and ease of travel back to their home countries. That's one finding from WorldCity's...
  • Special needs art exhibit in Boynton

    In honor of World Down Syndrome Day, a few special needs artists will allow people to see into their beautiful minds. Ten artists will show off their talents at the first special needs art gallery at the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization in...
  • Lonnie Maier: FAU's Research Park creating the future

    Research parks help launch new companies and create high-wage jobs. In 1985, the county commissions of Palm Beach and Broward counties established a special district specifically to create and oversee research parks in the two counties to promote...
  • Outlook sunny for Palm Beach boat show

    Outlook sunny for Palm Beach boat show
    Clear skies and a blazing sun greeted attendees Thursday as they filed through gates for the noon opening of the 29th Palm Beach International Boat Show. For many exhibitors, the sunny kick-off reflected their own optimism for business over the four-day...