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  • Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida

    Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida
    A shortage of medical residency programs in South Florida is making it difficult to meet the region's need for more new doctors as the growing population ages. Residencies are required training for medical school graduates to become licensed and...
  • Services network will present child-protection conference

    Lake County Shared Services Network will present its child protection conference from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. May 13 at Mission Inn Resort and Club, 10400 County Road 48, Howey-in-the-Hills. Speakers will include Sameer Hinduja, an associate professor of...
  • Conference set for Autism Awareness Month

    As one of the speakers at the second annual "Autism in the Classroom Conference," Maryellen Quinn-Lunny is well known as director of the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at Florida Atlantic University. She has worked in special education for 34...
  • FAU to offer free hearing screenings

    Florida Atlantic University's Department of Communication Science and Disorders will offer free hearing screenings in honor of Tinnitus Awareness Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday in the Communication Disorders Clinic on the fourth floor of the College...
  • Excalibur Award: Daniel Cane, Modernizing Medicine

    Excalibur Award: Daniel Cane, Modernizing Medicine
    Daniel Cane was born to be an over-achiever. The son of Lake Worth internist Edward Cane and Nova Southeastern University law professor Marilyn Cane, the Boca Raton entrepreneur said he had no chance of being a slacker. He said his father hoped he...
  • Award-winning West Boca teacher brings whimsy to words

    Award-winning West Boca teacher brings whimsy to words
    Michelle Gunning has played the Cat in the Hat, Harry Potter and other storybook characters in her Sandpiper Shores Elementary media center. But midway through a morning session with a kindergarten class Friday, the 34-year-old Gunning found herself...
  • Bulletin Board

    Sunday Antiques Festival, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; South Florida Fair Grounds, 9067 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach; $10. Visit wpbaf.com/show-info for discounts, directions and information. Art show, presented by The Lake Worth Art League & Gallery, 9 a.m.-...
  • Boca startup helps people shop like stars

    Boca startup helps people shop like stars
    You can find out "who" your favorite TV stars are wearing — and where to get that outfit or something similar — on WishClouds, a website and app developed in Boca Raton. Celebrities from Nickelodeon, MTV and other TV networks are fashion...
  • Weekend preview: Beer, peeps and chicken wings!

    Weekend preview: Beer, peeps and chicken wings!
    At last year’s New River Raft Race, the entry from students at the AIAS FAU School of Architecture won the fastest-raft category in a romp. But the one guy hoping for a closer race this weekend is their own admiral, Anthony Abbate, associate provost...
  • Former police officer on trial for 2011 murder

    Former police officer on trial for 2011 murder
    Sheri Carter held a bachelor's degree in English literature and was studying for the Law School Admission Test. But the 29-year-old Boynton Beach woman also ran a private escort service out of her apartment, charging customers up to $200 for sex. It's...
  • Lighting company wins FAU business plan contest

    Lighting company wins FAU business plan contest
    A well-written business plan proved to be worth nearly $35,000 on Friday. At Florida Atlantic University's 2014 Business Plan Competition this week, three finalists tied for first place in the judges' vote: CareCapture, an app for caregivers to...
  • 'Video Voyeur' at FAU sentenced to a year in jail

    'Video Voyeur' at FAU sentenced to a year in jail
    A former Florida Atlantic University librarian was sentenced Thursday to 364 days in jail for filming men while they urinated in campus bathrooms without their knowledge or consent. Seth Thompson, 40, of Lake Worth, was also sentenced to five years of...