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  • Delray developer fights fraud charges, Subway co-founder

    Delray developer fights fraud charges, Subway co-founder
    Destiny is the name of a once-planned green community south of Orlando that more than five years ago brandished the trademark: "America's First Eco-Sustainable City." But instead of an environmentally-friendly development on 41,000 acres, the...
  • Delray officials again slated to cut ties with suspended city manager

    Delray officials again slated to cut ties with suspended city manager
    Delray City Manager Louie Chapman Jr.'s final paycheck from the city could total nearly $73,000. At their meeting Tuesday, commissioners will consider signing off on Chapman's resignation effective Tuesday. Parting ways with Chapman, who is currently...
  • Israel solidarity gathering set

    In response to the recent escalation of violence in Israel, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County has organized a "Community Israel Solidarity Gathering." Concerned Jews in the area are asked to...
  • Instances highlight problem of jurors on social media

    Instances highlight problem of jurors on social media
    Tweets and Facebook posts and rants are increasingly getting jurors in trouble despite warnings from local judges to stop using social media in and out of the courtroom — at the risk of ruining a fair trial. Two recent Palm Beach County cases...
  • State releases school grades for elementary, middle

    State releases school grades for elementary, middle
    School grades are out for Florida's elementary and middle schools. The state Department of Education released preliminary school grades Friday morning that showed more schools earned As but more schools also earned Fs. The grades influence property...
  • Boca Jewish group gathers for Israel

    You are encouraged to dress in blue and white for this event. The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County has organized a "Community Israel Solidarity Gathering" to show support for Israel as the battle with Hamas continues. The gathering will be 6...
  • Jeb's legacy as governor taking a huge hit

    Scripps Research Institute is in turmoil, there's talk of fracking in the Everglades and Florida is preparing to adopt Utah's standardized tests to assess our students and teachers. Three pillars of Jeb Bush's gubernatorial legacy are crumbling. Jeb...
  • More PB schools receive A's and F's

    Rees PB Search 2014 Florida school grades at SunSentinel.com/schoolgrades School grades brought good news and bad news for Palm Beach County, with more schools receiving A's, but also more getting slapped with D's and F's. The grades can affect home...
  • Capital punishment provides no simple answers

    Kimberly Lucas of Jupiter is accused of murdering a 2-year-old girl on May 26 and trying to kill the girl's 10-year-old brother. The brother, after recovering from a sedative Lucas fed him, found his dead sister in the bathtub. Lucas had been like a...
  • Electronic tolling years off for PB

    Q: Regarding the raise in tolls on the turnpike that takes effect for SunPass and Toll by Plate on July 1, wasn't there a plan to stop Toll by Plate and toll booths altogether? Wasn't there a plan to just make it SunPass exclusively? Craig Van Wagner,...
  • "Winter in July" fundraiser helping students get school supplies

    "Winter in July" fundraiser helping students get school supplies
    It's not Christmas yet, but a Boynton Beach chiropractor thinks now is a good time to spread the holiday cheer. Local chiropractor Nicole Rothman is asking the community to donate backpacks filled with school supplies as part of the Rothman Family...
  • Shooting of trooper's dog, burglary nets 23-year sentence

    Shooting of trooper's dog, burglary nets 23-year sentence
    Ivins Rosier blamed drugs and alcohol for turning him into a person who, at age 16, would be charged with breaking into a Florida Highway Patrol trooper's home near West Palm Beach and shooting his retired police dog. "That's not the person that I am,"...