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  • Palm Beach County opens door to importing trash

    Palm Beach County opens door to importing trash
    Palm Beach County Wednesday agreed to pursue importing trash to make more money at a new incinerator, despite public backlash to becoming a regional dumping ground. County commissioners in a 4-3 vote agreed to seek bids from waste haulers outside the...
  • Mick Foley explains Mankind and more

    Mick Foley explains Mankind and more
    Mick Foley is a funny, friendly, articulate guy who just happened to become famous playing bad guys who bordered on – and sometimes spilled over into – psychopaths. During his two decades as a pro wrestler, he was best known for playing...
  • Deerfield twins' drowning deaths eerily similar to recent Sunrise incident

    Deerfield twins' drowning deaths eerily similar to recent Sunrise incident
    — A little more than a month after 2-year-old twins were pulled from the bottom of a community pool in Sunrise, another South Florida family is reeling from an eerily similar tragedy, this time with consequences even more dire. Twins Harmony and...
  • Los Angeles 2020 Commission calls for changes to improve the city

    Los Angeles 2020 Commission calls for changes to improve the city
    Three months after it painted L.A. as a metropolis stumbling into decline, the Los Angeles 2020 Commission offered 13 recommendations Wednesday that it said would attract jobs and "put the city on a path to fiscal stability." The group of prominent...
  • Around Town

    Around Town
    GIVING H.B. man still giving his all Huntington Beach resident Patrick Earley recently completed his 800th platelet donation through the Red Cross. Earley, 88, has been a dedicated donor of lifesaving platelets since the early 1990s, according to a...
  • Retail Therapy: Tax day is your oyster

    W-2 cool: Ways & Means Oyster House, 513 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, will host an End of the Tax Season party from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Those who sit at the oyster and cocktail bar will receive a complimentary cocktail and passed appetizers. Those who...
  • Wednesday's Bulletin Board

    Wednesday Earth Summit, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Broward College, 3501 SW Davie Road, Davie. Free. Call 954-201-6401. Getting Acquainted with the Computer, 2 to 4 p.m. at North Regional/Broward College Library, 1100 Coconut Creek Blvd., Coconut Creek....
  • Hagerty, Orange City University lead 8A in state softball poll

    Hagerty, Orange City University lead 8A in state softball poll
    Central Florida has the two top teams in the Class 8A state softball poll, released by Miracle Sports Tuesday afternoon. Hagerty remained the No. 1 team in Class 8A, but moving to the No. 2 spot is Orange City University. Harmony remains ranked No. 2 in...
  • St. Thomas remains No. 1 in Class 7A in Miracle Sports softball state rankings

    St. Thomas Aquinas' softball team suffered its first two losses of the season last week -- by a combined two runs -- after having won 22 consecutive games dating back to last season. It didn't cost the defending Class 7A state champion Raiders in this...
  • $4,500: Yorktown Beach sand

     $4,500: Yorktown Beach sand
    Editor's note: This is part of an everyday series exploring line items from state and local budgets. York County budgets about $4,500 annually to replenish the sand along its waterfront property in Yorktown. The naturally occurring Yorktown Beach...
  • Read Together campaign's book promotes dialogue

    If you've noticed a lot of people reading the same book this month, "The Language of Flowers," by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, it's no coincidence. Book discussion groups all over Palm Beach County joined the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County and the...
  • Two Oceanfront hotels in Virginia Beach to close this year

    Two Oceanfront hotels in Virginia Beach to close this year
    The Seaside Hotel and the Sea Gull Inn Oceanfront on Atlantic Avenue in Virginia Beach are closing, possibly to make room for a new hotel, Inside Business reports. 27th Street Hotel Associates signed long-term leases on the properties. A former Virginia...