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Boca Raton

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  • Buffing the beach: Boca hotel steps in to help spruce up the shore

    Buffing the beach: Boca hotel steps in to help spruce up the shore
    — Not long after the sun cracks the horizon at South Inlet Park, workers from the city of Boca Raton and Palm Beach County join forces with a crew from a nearby hotel to clean and spruce up the popular beach. The lifeguards show up a bit later....
  • People on the move

    Finance James E. Tisdale has joined the public accounting firm Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC. as a client relationship specialist in Boca Raton. Previously, Tisdale worked in the mergers and acquisition and real estate industry. He is the former...
  • Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity

    Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity
    Ben Stocker is a tenor saxophonist from Hollywood, this weekend playing at Books and Books in Coral Gables, one of his last South Florida gigs before he heads off to college and, with hard work and perseverance, a career as a musician. He hopes he’s...
  • Palestinians — learn from us

    To the Palestinians: I am a Jew who asks but a few minutes of your time to consider the following differences between Jews and Muslims. Learn from us. Jews do not hate Muslims. They do not call for the death of Muslims nor do they pray to their G-d to...
  • Prayer is personal

    A recent writer claims that without starting town meetings with prayers, we could soon become a Communist state. Why is it that the prayer-monger crowd from whatever religion feels it is necessary to force others to join in their ranks? What happened...
  • $1 filet mignon sandwiches Wednesday at Morton's

    $1 filet mignon sandwiches Wednesday at Morton's
    Morton’s The Steakhouse celebrates National Filet Mignon Day Wednesday, August 13 with $1 filet mignon sandwiches all day in the restaurants’ bar area. In South Florida, only the Morton’s in Coral Gables and on Miami’s Brickell...
  • Traffic impacted by work on new I-95 interchange in Boca Raton

    Ongoing construction on the new Interstate 95 interchange at Spanish River Boulevard in Boca Raton is affecting both car and pedestrian traffic. Nightly lane closures are planned on northbound and southbound I-95 between Glades and Yamato roads until...
  • Why can tolls be charged in I-95 express lanes?

    Q: Why is Florida allowed to charge tolls on highways like Interstate 95 that were built with federal tax dollars? Mike Wolf, Boca Raton A: The federal government allows tolls on new highways and on lanes added to existing interstates, like the new I-...
  • Three city police chase started with seat belt violation, police say

    Three city police chase started with seat belt violation, police say
    A Delray Beach man pulled over for not putting on his seat belt ended up hitting an officer as he fled that traffic stop — and that led to three city police chase on Friday. According to a Boca Raton police arrest report, an officer said she was in...
  • Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives

    Office Depot eligible for $5 million in incentives
    Office Depot could receive up to $5 million in new economic incentives from Florida and local governments — on top of millions of dollars granted years earlier — for keeping its headquarters and jobs in Boca Raton. The details are included...
  • Local charity raising funds for Israel

    Hands on Tzedakah (HOT), a Boca Raton-based charity founded in 2003 by Ron Gallatin — a retired managing director of the Lehman Brothers financial services firm — has raised $362,663 from 146 donors (as of Aug. 4) for aid to Israel since the...
  • CIJE-Tech STEM program offered in local Jewish high schools

    This school year, the CIJE-Tech High School Engineering Program will be introduced in four Jewish high schools in South Florida, including the Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School at Donna Klein Jewish Academy in Boca Raton, David Posnack Jewish...