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  • Apopka, Mainland to host nationally ranked American Heritage

    Apopka, Mainland to host nationally ranked American Heritage
    Plantation American Heritage, which ran roughshod over Class 5A football competition last season, will bring its stockpile of talent into the Sentinel's coverage area twice this fall. The Stallions, No. 6 in MaxPreps' preseason national rankings, will...
  • People on the move

    Finance James E. Tisdale has joined the public accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC. as a client relationship specialist in Boca Raton. Previously, Tisdale worked in the mergers and acquisition and real estate industry. He is the former...
  • Pool light safety concerns trigger call for tougher regulations

    Pool light safety concerns trigger call for tougher regulations
    At many Palm Beach County homes, swimming pools are as common a backyard attraction as swing sets and barbecue grills. But growing concerns about the electrocution risk from faulty underwater lights in backyard pools have the county joining the call...
  • UConn Kicker Puyol Soaks It All In This Summer

    UConn Kicker Puyol Soaks It All In This Summer
    STORRS – Bobby Puyol is probably a little too old for those "what-I-did-on-my-summer-vacation" reports for school, but it was eventful, meaningful and with purpose. The UConn redshirt sophomore kicker would check in from various venues on his...
  • Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court

    Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court
    Re-elect Richards to county court For sheer political theater, there's probably no more interesting contest than the Broward County Court Group 27 race. Judge Ian Richards won the seat in 2008 by running what many thought was a "stealth campaign," in...
  • Home starts increase in Palm Beach County, fall in Broward

    Home starts increase in Palm Beach County, fall in Broward
    Home construction is on the upswing across Palm Beach County, with annualized starts increasing 9 percent from a year ago. Over the past four quarters, builders have started 2,224 homes, townhomes and villas, compared with 2,034 over the same period the...
  • Hurricanes pushing to keep homegrown talent in Miami

    Duke Johnson learned to play football in South Florida. Coaches from neighborhood parks taught him the game. He helped Miami Norland High win a state title. So when it came time for Johnson to decide where to play college football, he says it was a...
  • L'chaim Jewish Hospice promotes rabbi

    Rabbi Ira Eisenman has been appointed "lead rabbi" at the L'chaim Jewish Hospice Program of Catholic Hospice. The program, which began in February 2003, provides compassionate end-of-life care to Jewish patients in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. It...
  • Boynton's Ocean Breeze East project hits momentary snag

    Boynton's Ocean Breeze East project hits momentary snag
    An economic driver in the Heart of Boynton hit a snag at this week's Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency meeting. At the meeting on Tuesday, agency board members revealed that they violated their own code of silence by speaking with one of...
  • Funding OK'd for railroad 'quiet zones' in All Aboard project

    Funding OK'd for railroad 'quiet zones' in All Aboard project
    Blaring train horns may become a thing of the past on the tracks that pass through coastal downtowns from Miami to West Palm Beach. Officials announced Tuesday they have secured funding for crossing improvements necessary to establish a continuous...
  • 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,...