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  • Boynton artist selected for 63rd annual All Florida Exhibition

    Since relocating to Boynton Beach this year from Lexington, Ky., to begin her new position as assistant professor of art at Florida Atlantic University, Sharon Lee Hart has become fascinated by the sea. "Not as in fun in the sun," the photographer is...
  • Amateur golf event crowns a champion who survived near-fatal accident

    Eddie Kenny doesn't feel any stress or anxiety when he is on the fairways, especially since his experiences in golf are nothing close to what he went through in 1993. The 44-year-old from Lake Worth survived a near-fatal motorcycle accident that year...
  • 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...
  • Baseball UPDATE: How players with Hampton Roads connections are faring in the majors and minors (updated 8/16)

    It's clear the Chicago Cubs are building a team that could be reckoned with in 2015 or '16, though they're well out of the race this season. Virginia Beach's Neil Ramirez, with a 1.21 earned-run average in 35 relief appearances this season, looks like...
  • 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...
  • Zillow: Big profits for mom-and-pop landlords in South Florida

    Zillow: Big profits for mom-and-pop landlords in South Florida
    Mom-and-pop landlords are making robust returns in South Florida, a new report says. Real estate website Zillow.com ranks the region as the country's second-best market for residential landlords who aren't professional investors. Mom-and-pops in Palm...
  • Local briefs: Dream Ride fundraiser ride for Special Olympics

    Local briefs: Dream Ride  fundraiser ride for Special Olympics
    Fundraisers Dream Ride raises funds and awareness for Special Awareness Dream Ride, a 1,900-mile journey to raise money for the Special Olympics, will leave from PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens on Saturday. The ride will include...
  • Lawyers, state in showdown over dealers' tips

    Lawyers, state in showdown over dealers' tips
    State regulators are putting a new interpretation to a state statute and the results mean more taxes are being collected on tips to poker dealers. The Isle Casino and Racing in Pompano Beach filed suit Thursday, calling its recent change in policy...
  • Record-breaking efforts propel swimmers in Junior Olympics meet

    Record-breaking efforts propel swimmers in Junior Olympics meet
    Rafael Rodriguez was among the shining stars during the recent Florida Gold Coast Long Course Junior Olympics championship meet at the Plantation Aquatic Complex. The 12-year-old broke three records en route to helping his South Florida Aquatic Club...
  • 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...
  • Medical marijuana ballot issue may draw new voters

    Getting young people engaged in politics is never easy, but voter-registration volunteers say the medical-marijuana amendment on November's ballot is attracting new voters who otherwise might not bother with a midterm election. Both political parties for...