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  • A landmark restored; Delray Beach developers revitalize run-down car dealership

    A landmark restored; Delray Beach developers revitalize run-down car dealership
    The historic site of downtown Delray Beach's first Chevrolet car dealership is open for business again, but it isn't selling cars. After sitting vacant for decades, the historic building is now home to several businesses thanks to a 2013 revamping by...
  • Drivers must pull up to white line for light to change

    Q: Drivers on Military Trail sometimes have to wait through three light changes before the left turn arrow to go west on Lake Ida Road in Delray Beach finally appears. Drivers stacked up in the left turn lane pull out into the northbound through lanes...
  • Former Rothstein partner Russell Adler gets 2 1/2 years in prison

    Former Rothstein partner Russell Adler gets 2 1/2 years in prison
    When Russell Adler joined Scott Rothstein's growing Fort Lauderdale practice ten years ago, he insisted the law firm change its name – making it Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler, or RRA. As a judge sentenced him to 2 1/2 years in federal prison on...
  • Cooking article misplaced in the paper

    In reference to the article, "Cooking congresswoman often puts politics on the back burner": It's simply astounding that you found this article so important that you put it on the top of the front page. You discuss how U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman...
  • Love the area, but not its drivers

    I moved to Delray Beach a year ago and love the area, but I do find the way people drive is amazing. Tailgating occurs no matter the speed. Directionals seem to be an option. Cutting off other cars is the norm. And speed limits are merely suggestions. My...
  • Dick Cheney should exit the public stage

    A message to Dick Cheney: please go away. You are an irrelevant part of some unfortunate history in this country and we really could care less what you have say. John Harris, Delray Beach
  • Boynton clean-up misses the mark

    Boynton clean-up misses the mark
    A community clean up led by a Boynton Beach commissioner didn't fly with the city's own code enforcement officers. A week after Boynton Beach Commissioner Joe Casello gathered state Rep. Lori Berman, D-Delray Beach, and 12 Boynton Beach police explorers...
  • GL Homes plans July 12 lottery for Tuscany project near Delray Beach

    GL Homes plans July 12 lottery for Tuscany project near Delray Beach
    Buyers may need some luck next month for a chance at a new home in the Tuscany development near Delray Beach. GL Homes announced Friday that it will hold a lottery at 9:30 a.m. July 12 as it launches sales at the project on the north side of Atlantic...
  • Palm Beach deputy justified in shooting of naked, face-biting attacker, officials say

    Palm Beach deputy justified in shooting of naked, face-biting attacker, officials say
    A Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy was justified in killing a naked man who bit a teenager's face during a violent rampage near Delray Beach, the state attorney has determined. In a report released Thursday, Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave...
  • Summer Fun Events

    Summer Fun Events
    Miami-Dade SPLASHTACULAR SUMMER CELEBRATION Through Aug. 17. Children can enjoy inflatable water slides and wet slip-n-slides as part of the kids’ water play area. Plus, Salty’s Pirate Playground and the park’s Spray and Play misting...
  • Soccer fans take a break for World Cup match

    Soccer fans take a break for World Cup match
    Fans of the U.S. and German national soccer teams faced a tough choice on Thursday: Try to be productive at work, or duck out to watch the noon World Cup match. Throughout Palm Beach County, employees extended their lunch hour, took the day off, or...
  • Former Rothstein partner Russell Adler's friends try to keep him out of prison

    Former Rothstein partner Russell Adler's friends try to keep him out of prison
    The former law partner of Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein, Russell Adler, was sentenced Friday to 2 1/2 years in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release. Click here to read update story. Original story follows Once respected as one of...