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  • Absentee ballots in the mail

    Absentee ballots in the mail
    Palm Beach County residents who want to vote by mail will start getting their ballots on Saturday. The Elections Office mailed 55,392 ballots on Friday for the August primary and nonpartisan elections for judicial seats and School Board. People can...
  • FAU medical residents make rounds at hospital

    Delray Medical Center welcomed its first class of residents last month. The three-year residency provides clinical, hands-on patient training in conjunction with the College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. The 36 residents were selected...
  • Palm Tran official gives tips for riding the bus

    Palm Tran runs service seven days a week (excluding holidays), and has more than 3,200 bus stops with 150 buses. Gloria Galloway, outreach manager for Palm Tran Connection of Palm Beach County, provided these facts at a recent meeting. Weekday peak...
  • Judge denies Stand Your Ground in Boca murder case

    U.S. Navy seaman Matthew Snow, on a 30-day leave from his post in Japan, hoped his return to South Florida in March 2013 would mean plenty of quality time with his new girlfriend. Instead, the 22-year-old sailor from Broward died after being stabbed in...
  • Drummers wanted for Delray's youth drum line

    Drummers wanted for Delray's youth drum line
    Kids looking to jam out on a drum line don't have to wait for a school pep rally to show off their skills. Delray's cultural hub, the Arts Garage, is holding auditions for its newly formed drum line "The Drumline Project: Rhythm 561" on Saturday from...
  • Palm Beach County rejects western industrial push

    Palm Beach County rejects western industrial push
    Industrial development shouldn't spread west of Palm Beach County's current dividing line between suburbia and sugarcane country, county commissioners decided Wednesday. The Palm Beach Aggregates rock mining company proposed changing county rules to...
  • Reckless driver motions to cop: come and get me, police say

    Reckless driver motions to cop: come and get me, police say
    A reckless driver refused to stop for a cop trying to pull him over and, instead, raised his hand and waved for police to come and get him, according to a Palm Beach Gardens police arrest report. The shenanigans started on the 5000 block of Northlake...
  • Open seat in District 96 attracts two experienced candidates

    Open seat in District 96 attracts two experienced candidates
    Democratic voters in northwest Broward County will choose between Kristin Jacobs and Steve Perman. Both candidates may be familiar names to voters. Jacobs is term-limited out of her long-time home on the Broward County Commission. Perman, a one-time...
  • Voter registration deadline near for August primary, nonpartisan elections

    Voter registration deadline near for August primary, nonpartisan elections
    If you want to help pick who runs county government and the schools, presides in court, and serves in Congress, you've got to be registered to vote in the August primaries and nonpartisan elections. If you're not registered, you've got to act by next...
  • Martha Musgrove: Train opponents could make things costly for public

    With infectious enthusiasm, Mike Reininger, president and chief development officer for All Aboard Florida, grabbed the microphone to whoop: "This is happening — now!" This being the train-of-trains that will whisk passengers from Miami to Orlando...
  • PB School Board race has 3 incumbents, 8 new candidates

    Palm Beach County will have at least one new School Board member, and possibly up to four, before the year ends. Three incumbents are being challenged in their re-election bids, while a fourth, Jennifer Prior Brown, is stepping down, leaving an open seat...
  • NIMBYs making noise — and that's a good thing

    All Aboard Florida's website touts the fact that Robert Poole Jr., "a trusted and well-respected, transportation analyst," has concluded that the proposed high-speed rail route between Miami and Orlando is financially feasible. Well, so what? Yes, yes,...