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  • Military brides-to-be rush to Boynton for free wedding dresses

    Military brides-to-be rush to Boynton for free wedding dresses
    The stress of being a military bride-to-be can be overwhelming. But on Friday, a handful of women in Boynton Beach had some of their worries washed away as they got free wedding dresses as part of the Brides Across America program. Brides Across...
  • Alligator Alley rest stop to open in August

    Q: When will the new rest stop at mile marker 63 on Alligator Alley be completed and open? Bernie Conti, Davie A: The rest area, which will include a new base for rescue workers, should re-open by the end of August. It's located about 13 miles west of...
  • 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...
  • Cancelling Boynton Art Walk a mistake

    I am writing to you based on my concern regarding the cancellation of the Boynton Beach Art Walk. While I understand the mechanics of city planning and permits, I do not understand the position of discouraging such a valuable asset for a community...
  • Helen Grace Chocolates bought by Florida investment firm BBX Capital

    Helen Grace Chocolates bought by Florida investment firm BBX Capital
    A Florida investment firm has purchased a sweet piece of Southern California history in Helen Grace Chocolates, a Lynwood candy maker whose truffles and chocolate confections became a fundraising engine for legions of children and their schools. The...
  • Free event in Boynton to help veterans

    Veterans and their families looking for a convenient place to find help can visit the Boynton Beach Civic Center on July 28. Operation Care for Vets will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the center, 128 E Ocean Ave. Several groups that help veterans...
  • South Florida airport lines moving quicker

    South Florida airport lines moving quicker
    Passengers are moving more quickly through security checkpoints at South Florida's three main airports, with most getting through in less than 10 minutes on average. Three years ago, they waited an average of 15 minutes or more to clear airport security,...
  • Bias still an issue for persons with disabilities

    The whole philosophy behind the "Americans with Disabilities Act" was, and still is, "to try and provide accommodation" for people with recognized disabilities. There are many ways of doing this and anyone knowledgeable on the subject should be able to...