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  • Popcorn, games are mall's newest additions

    There are three new stores for shoppers at the Boynton Beach Mall. Open through Sept. 4 is Sunshine Uniforms, a school uniform supplier, located next to Macy's, which relocated from its former location at Forest Hill Boulevard and Jog Road. Selling...
  • Mission accomplished: Author, 80, publishes first novel

    Kerry Freeman, 80, of Boynton Beach, has fulfilled his lifelong ambition by writing and publishing his first novel, "Triple Score." A character study and mystery about four friends and a series of triple accidental deaths in the small town of Sebring,...
  • Get your cheer on in Boynton program

    The Boynton Beach Recreation and Parks Department's Carolyn Sims Center, 225 NW 12th Ave.,, is once again offering All-Star Cheerleading for ages 5 to 16 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Class times are 5:30 to 7 p.m. All-Star Cheerleading is a...
  • Sub shop opens in Boynton Beach

    A Jersey Mike's Subs has opened for business in Boynton Beach. The restaurant is at 1780 N. Congress Ave. and serves wraps, cold and hot subs. The chain opened its first storefront in 1956 and now has more than 1,300 restaurants open and under...
  • Conservative Judaism has a 'liberal' threat

    "A house divided against itself cannot stand." Then-United States Senate candidate Abraham Lincoln was talking about the Union and slavery in 1858. Today, the meaning might be significantly altered for Conservative Judaism. Of all the statistics in the...
  • Cars with 'For Sale' signs may soon be illegal on public property in Boynton

    Cars with 'For Sale' signs may soon be illegal on public property in Boynton
    Vehicle owners in Boynton Beach who leave their cars on public property with a "For Sale" sign in the window may soon get fined. Earlier this month, the Boynton Beach City Commission had an initial reading of an ordinance that will ban curbstoning...
  • My election prediction: Apathy in a runaway

    After 14 years in South Florida, Ed Lattery became a U.S. citizen in April. He'll vote for the first time Tuesday, and although he's not exactly excited about the choices or races, he considers it his duty. "I live here, I pay my taxes — I have...
  • Roads reopen after PBSO bomb squad investigates package in West Boynton

    The Palm Beach County Sheriff's bomb squad have cleared the scene of a suspicious package found Monday in West Boynton. Traffic has reopened near the Suntrust Bank at 9859 Military Trail where the package was found at 8:14 a.m. North and southbound...
  • Kids get hands on with local nutrition

    Kids get hands on with local nutrition
    Some residents are hoping that a food revolution will take root in Boynton Beach. Boynton Beach has one of the few urban farms in South Palm Beach County, a place dedicated to helping the community sustain itself by growing and distributing fresh...
  • Reforms needed as pensions become outrageous

     Reforms needed  as pensions  become outrageous
    Last month, a Boynton Beach police sergeant got his job back despite being fired for allegedly viewing porn while at work. That isn't the outrage.        As an arbitrator wrote, the city's case against Frank Ranzie was weak. The outrage is that Ranzie...
  • All-volunteer auxiliary provides back up to Coast Guard

    All-volunteer auxiliary provides back up to Coast Guard
    Philip Vale served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, transporting troops and dropping depth charges on submarines. Nearly 70 years later, the 89-year-old is still putting on a uniform and serving the country. He's part of the Coast Guard...
  • Boynton's Women's Circle planning to expand

    Boynton's Women's Circle planning to expand
    Women's Circle is a Boynton Beach success story. Now, it's hoping to expand. The nonprofit helps more than 200 women a year with language, computer and craft courses, but as the burgeoning program grows, vacant space is disappearing in the organization's...