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  • Person found shot and run over, near 2nd victim's body

    Authorities found the body of a person inside a car in suburban Boynton Beach — near another person who had been shot and run over, the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office said Saturday. The run-over person, identified only as female, was taken to...
  • New Boynton development shows local economy on the upswing

    New Boynton development shows local economy on the upswing
    The completion of a luxury apartment complex in Boynton Beach could be a signal of better economic times, city officials say. On Friday, about 100 guests came to the grand opening of Compson Place Apartments on Renaissance Commons Boulevard. Before the...
  • Man used bleach to kill $20,000 worth of competitor's bait fish, say cops

    Man used bleach to kill $20,000 worth of competitor's bait fish, say cops
    Alexander Ramer found a way to kill off the competition, say police. The Lake Worth man is accused of boating to a Boynton Beach man's house and pouring bleach on the man's live bait fish, killing at least $20,000 worth of them. The reason? Police say...
  • A new way to play in the pool

    The city of Boynton Beach Recreation and Parks Department's Denson Pool, 225 NW 12th Ave., is introducing a new pool game. Called "Bucket Ball," it's meant to be played in a shallow pool. The object is to move the ball up and down the pool and try to...
  • Museum displays creative paper creations

    An exhibit of creative art made of paper is on display in Delray Beach. Curator Melanie Johanson put together the "From Ordinary to Extraordinary: Paper as Art" exhibit, which runs through Aug. 24 at the Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture. She...
  • Police identify officer, victim, others after Thursday shooting in Boynton

    A 20-year-old Boynton Beach man and the officer who shot him early Thursday have been identified. Robens Estime remains in the hospital after police said he ran from a car with four others, all from Boynton Beach, and was shot after pointing a gun at...
  • Boynton crime spree ends with burglary suspect shot in stolen SUV, police say

    Boynton crime spree ends with burglary suspect shot in stolen SUV, police say
    A wild early Sunday in Boynton Beach ended with a burglary suspect shot in the head before crashing the SUV he just stole, according to a Boynton Beach Police arrest report. Shooting victim, accused burglar and suspected car thief, Ricky Robinson, 18, of...
  • Boynton opens its skies, looking to attract engineers

    An open-air policy for drones may help bolster Boynton Beach's fledgling image as a technological hot spot — a place that welcomes engineers and innovation. Which is the main reason city officials recently shot down a proposal to ban drone flights...
  • Surf's up at Boynton camp

    Hula Surf and Paddle School is offering a Surf Camp this summer in Boynton Beach. The mission is to educate children on basic ocean safety, respecting our beaches and each other, marine life education and, of course surfing and stand-up paddle boarding....
  • Why we celebrate the Fourth of July

    Recently we honored our 70th Anniversary of D-Day. This week we will be celebrating July 4th, Independence Day. How many of our younger generation have any idea what these two days stand for; their significance? I asked a few of my young neighbors; "no...
  • Delray Beach brewery wants city rules changed so it can host food trucks

    Delray Beach brewery wants city rules changed so it can host food trucks
    After a couple of rounds of happy hour drinks with friends, it isn't uncommon to order some munchies. But in Delray's SaltWater Brewery, food doesn't come from the brewery's kitchen. That's because there is no kitchen, fry cooks or food menu. The brew...
  • Boynton's new pet provides therapeutic presence

    Boynton's new pet provides therapeutic presence
    If you see a labradoodle walking around Boynton Beach's municipal buildings, don't be alarmed. He works there. It's Boone — the city's therapy dog. Boone, a mix between a Labrador and a poodle, is almost 2 years old and the darling of city...