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  • Medicare plans cutting doctors

    Medicare plans cutting doctors
    Unexpected breakups can be painful, as South Florida seniors have been finding out lately. Some Medicare Advantage plans have retooled or shrunk their provider networks in the past year, forcing patients to find new physicians or facilities for...
  • Boynton commissioner cleared of ethics complaint

    Boynton commissioner cleared of ethics complaint
    Mike Fitzpatrick, Boynton Beach commissioner, has been cleared of an ethics inquiry. Former Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency member Mark Karageorge filed a complaint to the Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics against Fitzpatrick in May...
  • Boynton Beach stops popular art walk

    Boynton Beach stops popular art walk
    After four good years, Boynton Beach's popular art walk in the Boynton Beach Arts District is on a forced break. Last month, the city said organizers did not have the proper permitting for reoccurring monthly events such as the art walk and called it to...
  • New scholarship available for special needs students

    Educating and caring for a child with special needs puts an expensive burden on parents. A new state scholarship program that began taking applications on July 18 will provide an average of $10,000 to parents of Florida children with significant special...
  • Women's chorus graces July 4th event

    There was no better place than the Flagler Museum to enjoy the fireworks display that lit up the night sky on July 4th over Lake Worth along the Intracoastal Waterway. This year's celebration included Women of Note singing patriotic songs, a reading of...
  • Letter writer wrong on US Marine's detainment

    Re the letter about the U.S. Marine in Mexican custody. Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was not on duty when he illegally entered Mexico carrying several guns. He violated Mexican laws. His argument that he was lost does not hold water since he had entered Mexico...
  • Boynton offering senior knitting club

    Seniors looking for a place to join fellow knitting enthusiasts can do so on Thursdays in Boynton Beach. The city's Recreation and Parks Department is hosting the Rippers Knitting Club at the Civic Center, 128 E. Ocean Ave. It will be held from 10:30 a....
  • Retail Column: Restaurant opens in Pembroke Pines

    Retail Column: Restaurant opens in Pembroke Pines
    A Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant is now open for business in Pembroke Pines. The sports bar is at 1555 Pines Blvd. and brings along the chain's signature sauces, Buffalo, N.Y.-style chicken wings, tenders, burgers and other specialties. Persian...
  • Boynton ministers pray for the city

    A few Boynton Beach ministers think that the city that prays together will stay together. Representatives for about 20 churches in Boynton Beach bowed their heads and joined hands to pray for the city in front of City Hall on Wednesday. "It's all...
  • Palm Beach Central adds California QB transfer

    Palm Beach Central first-year coach Tino Ierulli tweeted earlier in the week about his program picking up a big piece. Ierulli said Thursday the piece was Grant Union junior quarterback Savion Harris. Harris, whose father will be an assistant at...
  • Former Boynton mayor now a police chaplain

    Former Boynton mayor now a police chaplain
    Woodrow Hay, former Boynton Beach mayor, was installed as an honorary police chaplain at Wednesday’s meeting. A police chaplain is a minister attached to a non-religious organization, such as the Police Department. Hay is a minister at St....
  • Slain Israeli teens remembered

    Slain Israeli teens remembered
    The mood was somber as more than 500 members of the community recently gathered at Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach to publicly honor the three slain Israeli teens, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frenkel (a dual Israeli-U.S. citizen), whose...