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  • South Florida incomes keep declining as recovery grinds on, new data show

    South Florida incomes keep declining as recovery grinds on, new data show
    Did you get a raise last year? No? How about the year before that? Or the year before that? Didn't think so. Don't feel lonely. Few of us are seeing our incomes increase, even after five years of recovery from the Great Recession, according to...
  • Seminole schools offer cyberbullying talk

    Seminole schools offer cyberbullying talk
    SANFORD -- A week after a middle-schooler committed suicide at his Lake Mary school, more than 120 Seminole County parents and community members packed into the district's boardroom to hear an expert talk about cyberbullying. "The majority of those...
  • Bulletin Board

    Friday Art exhibit, "A Chaos of Photography," wildlife and landscapes photographed by Carol Jankuv, Spanish River Library, 15601 Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton. View during library hours, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday and Wednesday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday,...
  • FAU, Technion announce medical school partnership

    On Tuesday, Sept. 16, the medical schools of Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton and the world-renowned Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel announced a historic, new partnership. The announcement took place in Zinman Hall...
  • FAU does Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible'

    It's a Friday night, and two fight choreographers are teaching cast members how to fall. The characters John Proctor pushes Abigail Williams in this scene, and student actors are learning how to collapse properly, all in a day's work for the cast of "The...
  • FAU's new president sees promising future

    FAU's new president sees promising future
    Against a black backdrop with a large screen, a man in a headset microphone extolled the virtues of the organization he oversaw. He paused occasionally as videos played on the screen, highlighting the parts of his speech that were to come –...
  • Florida colleges promote online service to boost voting

    Florida colleges promote online service to boost voting
    More than a million Florida college students are being encouraged to join the ranks of voters this fall using an Internet service called TurboVote, a "one-stop shop" for registration and information on how and where to cast ballots. Thirty-nine colleges...
  • Standing up doesn't equal real patriotism

    Flori-DUH has done it again. Winter Garden Mayor John Rees has made the state the subject of mockery for ejecting an atheist from a city commission meeting because he refused to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Rees is getting criticized from all...
  • Companies work with local colleges to prepare future workforce

    Companies work with local colleges to prepare future workforce
    Nipro Diagnostics launched an internship program last year and was surprised by the lack of interest. "We only got one intern," said Scott Verner, chief executive of the fast-growing, high-technology maker of diabetic-testing equipment in Fort...
  • A flurry of Festival Days events benefit local organizations

    The ballroom was packed for "Wine & All That Jazz," and sure enough the Boca Raton Chamber announced 350 people had bought tickets for the annual food and wine tasting at $60 or VIP at $120 a pop. This was the Boca Chamber's fundraiser, one of 30...
  • Survivor, modeling CEO to speak on sex trafficking

    It can and does happen here, and when it comes to human trafficking, Florida ranks third in the nation behind New York and California. Ford Modeling Agency's former CEO Katie Ford, sex trafficking survivor Katarina Rosenblatt and State Attorney David...
  • FAU chooses to be smaller, more selective

    FAU chooses to be smaller, more selective
    Florida Atlantic University has decided it's time to get better rather than bigger. For the first time in eight-years, the historically fast-growing university will be a little smaller, down 457 students from last year. But the average GPA for incoming...