Every day is a gift and you only have 24 hours to share it with the ones you love. I try to remember that above all else.
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Gulf Stream Town Commission candidate Martin O’Boyle and the city of Delray Beach have reached at least a temporary agreement in his federal lawsuit over campaign signs.
The city will stop removing O’Boyle’s signs as long as he puts them only “in any areas consistent with locations where other…
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By Tim Pallesen
A year of controversy has ended with…
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Municipal elections will be held March 11 and it is up to you to choose the people who will guide the community where you live.
This has not been a quiet campaign season for Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Gulf Stream, Highland Beach and Ocean Ridge. When political consultants are hired, print and broadcast advertising begin to appear and candidates demand face-to-face meetings with reporters from monthly newspapers, you know there is much at stake.
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By Linda Haase
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Gulf Stream will have its first election since 1993 as six candidates are running to fill five at-large seats. Voters can cast their votes for up to five candidates. The five with the highest votes will be elected. The winners will serve three-year terms.Continue
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By Willie Howard
Four generations of the Garnsey family have…
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The Plate: Breakfast Club Sandwich
The Place: Max’s Grille, Mizner Park, 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 368-0080
The Price: $11
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Delray Beach Library Director Alan Kornblau (left), co-chairwoman Heidi Sargeant, master of ceremonies Paul Castronovo and co-chairwoman Becky Walsh share the stage during the the Delray Beach Library’s eighth annual fundraiser. The event raised nearly $85,000 for the privately…Continue
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By Dan Moffett
About once in every generation, voters in Gulf Stream actually get the chance to go to the polls and select the people who run their government.
The town’s last contested election for a commission seat was in 1993.
Gasoline cost $1.10 then, people rented VCR tapes at Blockbuster, Bill Clinton hadn’t met Monica Lewinsky, photographers put film in cameras and cellphones were called “mobile phones” and were the…
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By Dan Moffett
Ocean Ridge residents who have complained about too many people coming to their beaches are starting to notice a new wave of nonresident visitors: Ocean Ridge police officers.
Chief Chris Yannuzzi says his officers checked the Beachway Drive walkover 286 times in January after he ordered extra patrols of the area on every shift.
“We’ve been asked to provide additional patrols because of the allegation that there’s been a lot…Continue
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By Amy Woods
The food-focused fundraiser that…
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By Paula Detwiller
After years of volunteer service to the Literacy Council of Palm Beach County, Kristin Calder has been named to head up the organization. Calder, of Boynton Beach, was appointed CEO by the Literacy Coalition Board in December and started her new job on Jan. 13. She replaces longtime CEO Darlene Kostrub, who retired.…
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More than 175 supporters of the School of the Arts Foundation attended a benefit for Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts that featured performances and art exhibitions by its students. There also was a live auction and a special dance number choreographed by…Continue
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Seven candidates running for two Delray Beach City Commission seats will take part in an interactive panel discussion March 3 on sustainability topics including sea-level rise, economic development, energy /water conservation and responsible development.
The event, open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach.
The Green Forum seeks to raise awareness about the importance of sustainable decision-making…Continue
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By Jane Smith
In the race to reclaim their City Commission seats in the March 11 election the two Delray Beach incumbents have collected more than half of their campaign war chests from one main group: development interests.
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