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  • Who's winning the race for donations in Boca Raton's election?

     
    Looking at the first round of campaign finance reports, there's one clear standout: incumbent Councilman M.J. "Mike" Arts. He raised $34,045 and lent his campaign $4,500, which was almost as much as his opponent raised. Community activist Anthony Majhess broug
  • Double-billing - or is it mystery-billing - by Nassau pols?

     
    Legis. Dennis Dunne of Levittown, at left, a minority Republican on the Nassau County Legislature, introduced a bill this past week that would allow volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers to take free course work at Nassau Community College. The...

    As election approaches, campaigns go negative in Boca Raton

     
    A month ago, the candidates for City Council were mostly cordial toward each other, with three of four proclaiming their opponents "nice." Now, it's down to the wire -- Election Day is Tuesday -- and the politicking has become intense....

    Obama: Stimulus saving police jobs

     
    by Christi Parsons COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Just weeks after a class of local police recruits was laid off due to city budget cuts, President Barack Obama flew in to speak at their graduation ceremony today -- and to laud the...

    What's in a name? In Boca Raton politics, maybe it doesn't matter

     
    She voted for the guy with the "funny last name." Connie Jones, 76, of Boca Raton, selected Anthony Majhess over incumbent M.J. "Mike" Arts for City Council Seat D today. It didn't matter that she couldn't quite pronounce his surname,...