By Ron Hayes
After the Lantana bridge closed for 22 months last March 18, residents…
By Emily J. Minor
HYPOLUXO ISLAND — Hers was a life full of passion, people and laughter, lots of laughter.
“Anyone who met Lib loved her,” remembers Sharon Ehlers, who cared for Mary Elizabeth Sory in the years before Miss Sory’s death.
“Actually, she was in better shape than I was,”…
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By Mary Thurwachter
A week before Lake Worth commissioners unanimously chose Lantana Town Manager Mike Bornstein as the new city manager, colleagues in Lantana braced themselves for his probable departure.
Mayor Dave Stewart said he knew the day would come when Bornstein, town manager for 12 years, would move on.
“Don’t get a big head over this, Mike, but over the past four or five years, our town was not of the size to have the tax base to…
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By Christine Davis
Richard Fichman, enraptured by Florida’s…
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Gerardo Aponte, a ground maintenance worker for the town of Lantana, stops traffic on Ocean Avenue as a donated ponytail palm is moved from Hypoluxo Island to the Lantana Public Library. Kurtis Boggs/The Coastal Star
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By Margie Plunkett
A long-awaited drainage and pavement project on Hypoluxo Island is taking shape with a newly awarded contract for design and construction assistance for paving improvements.
Council approved at its Nov. 14 meeting a $26,623 contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates for engineering services on the project, which is to resurface North Atlantic Drive from Ocean Avenue north and Beach Curve Road from Southeast Atlantic Drive to Barefoot Lane.
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By Tim Norris
Down from among the tall pines of Maine in 1980, David Bunting found a small, flowering tree arching over the driveway of his new home on Hypoluxo Island. He liked it well enough — “I’ve always liked trees,” he says — and then it grew on him.
It was, he knew, an orange geiger,…
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Jenny Bremanis proudly shows off booties she has crocheted. Photos by Jerry Lower
By Ron Hayes
Jenny Bremanis turns 101 on Oct.1.
Or maybe 103.
She was certainly born on Oct. 1, 1910, in Latvia. A century…
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By Christine Davis
You could go north or south on Hypoluxo Island and still end up at Mason and Candy Heydts’ home.
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Left: Ye Tower Restaurant was a landmark along Dixie Highway in southern Lantana. Paul Dunbar operated the restaurant from 1925 until it was torn down in 1987. Photos courtesy of the Lantana Historical Society
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Sid Walesh traded corporate life for an artist’s life. Boynton Beach City Hall is hosting an exhibition of his work, titled “Metamorphosis.” Works also will be included in an exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
A divorced father of two adult sons, he…
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The Storybook House contestTo view the ‘Storybook House’ and vote for your favorite $10,000 design proposal, you are welcome to attend one of two open house events:…
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An article about the Storybook House on Hypoluxo Island that appeared in the December issue misstated the date that the first bridge to the island was built. The first wooden bridge was constructed in 1925.
In a photo appearing with the same story, a caption indicated a young girl standing in front of the Storybook House was the owner’s daughter. This was incorrect. The young girl in the photograph is unknown.
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By Ron Hayes
Sally Leyenberger came to Delray Beach in 1978, and for the first…
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