Larry Thomas Jr., general manager of Salt 7 restaurant, crosses Northeast Second Avenue at Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach. City officials say downtown Delray Beach is especially attractive to multifamily housing developers because…Continue
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By Thomas R. Collins
Behind the signs of protest, the prospect of an expensive legal fight and contentious city commission meetings, there is something that’s even more desperate: people trying to figure out how to kick a crippling habit.
The patients targeted by Caron Treatment Center’s Ocean Drive program — in which they would live in million dollar houses near the beach and receive treatment at another location in Boca Raton — would include…
Added by Mary Kate Leming on March 1, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
By Tim Pallesen
Delray Beach’s fastest-growing new church began with a chance meeting in a downtown coffee shop.
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A group of beachside homeowners is mailing a flier to every house in eastern Delray Beach that outlines its efforts to prevent a clinic from housing large numbers of people in recovery in single-family neighborhoods. The mailing also urges residents to contact state and federal lawmakers to support the effort.
The Beach Property Owners Association (BPOA) said that nearly 2,000 houses east of the Intracoastal Waterway and about 200 on the west side…Continue
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