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Summer is a time for families to have fun, relax and enjoy time together away from the daily routine, but it’s also a time when school aged children can fall behind academically. Studies show that some students lose anywhere from one to three months of learning over the break. When reading skills are lost, children fall even further behind when they go back to school. If this pattern continues every summer, catching back up is often a daunting task that could…
By Teresa Bono
When you’ve done as many good deeds as Farm Sanctuary President, Gene Baur, you’re bound to get a good karmic return. So when the Dietary Council Association 2015 report endorsed a plant-based diet for better health and a greener planet six weeks before the release of Baur’s cookbook “Living The Farm Sanctuary Life”, vegans across the country rejoiced on social media. …Continue
By Dan Moffett
On a 4-1 vote May 4, Ocean Ridge commissioners decided the town should enter the court case and oppose the recall movement against Commissioner Richard Lucibella.
Town Attorney Ken Spillias told the commission he had examined the…
By Mary Hladky
The New Mizner on the Green “ultra-luxury” condo project has a new name, a new architect and a completely new look.
The project’s prominent “starchitect” Daniel Libeskind, whose list of credits includes the original master plan for rebuilding the World Trade Center in New York and the Jewish Museum in Berlin, is out. West Palm Beach-based architectural firm Garcia Stromberg is in.
City officials and activists who have been told about the…Continue
By Tao Woolfe
The Palm Beach County property appraiser's staff is still crunching numbers, so the specific municipal increases in property taxes for 2015 are not yet available. But Property Appraiser Gary R. Nikolits, spoke about the general upwards trend in real estate transactions and tax revenues at a recent city manager's luncheon.
Overall, he said, there will be a 5-10% increase in taxable values throughout Palm Beach County. There is an expected 22.7%…Continue