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Palm Springs (Palm Beach, Florida)

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  • Palm Beach County values closest to peak in cities like Gulf Stream, Palm Beach, Wellington

    The wealthiest cities in Palm Beach County are reclaiming their housing values the fastest. Median home values in Gulf Stream, Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Atlantis and Wellington all are among the closest, percentage-wise, to their peak values before the...
  • Fun Fourth activities planned for LW, Palm Springs

    The city of Lake Worth and the village of Palm Springs are ready to celebrate July Fourth in the sun with family fun and at night with music and fireworks. Lake Worth will kick off the festivities with its annual Great American Raft Race with this year's...
  • Palm Springs, Orlando are good summer deals, but be ready to sweat

    Palm Springs, Orlando are good summer deals, but be ready to sweat
    Families looking for an inexpensive vacation would do well to look to Palm Springs and Orlando, Fla. TripAdvisor's vacation rental index released Thursday ranked both as places where families would find the most affordable summer stays. Palm Springs...
  • Boynton house cleaner back in jail on theft charges

    Boynton house cleaner back in jail on theft charges
    When Linda Silverstone's husband died, deputies said she put his gold wedding band on a necklace and wore it around her neck for years. When the wedding band and about $18,700 worth of jewelry went missing, deputies said the thieves were Silverstone's...
  • Deputies searching for credit card thief in Palm Springs

    Deputies searching for credit card thief in Palm Springs
    Deputies are looking for a man who stole a person's credit card and used it at a CVS, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. The suspect used the stolen credit cards at the CVS at 10th Avenue North and South Congress Avenue on April 4....
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  • State revokes licenses, reprimands several Palm Beach County teachers

    State revokes licenses, reprimands several Palm Beach County teachers
    One teacher is accused of calling a student "fat" and "ugly," another allegedly came to work intoxicated, while a third allegedly had marijuana growing in her home. They were three of five Palm Beach County teachers who had their licenses revoked or...
  • New tuition policy expected to benefit South Florida

    New tuition policy expected to benefit South Florida
    Only a few hundred students are expected to initially enroll in South Florida universities as a result of new legislation aiding undocumented immigrants with tuition breaks, but for them it's a major milestone. "It's an incredible feeling," said Brayan...
  • Baseball & softball: Tuesday scores

    BASEBALL CENTURY LEAGUE Anaheim Canyon 5, El Modena 0 Foothill 4, El Dorado 1 Villa Park 3, Brea Olinda 2   GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE Loara 4, Santa Ana 1   ORANGE COAST LEAGUE Estancia 6, Costa Mesa 5 Laguna Beach 16, Godinez 4  ...
  • Obese man trapped inside home rescued

    Obese man trapped inside home rescued
    Firefighters had to cut a hole in the side of a Florida man's house after the obese man fell, WPTV reports.  The man, who authorities say is "several hundred pounds" overweight, fell Wednesday in his Palm Springs home and couldn't get back up.  When...
  • South Florida forecast: Grab a coat

    South Florida forecast: Grab a coat
    So you wanted winter weather? Then get ready to wake up to "feels-like" temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s as arctic air gushes over the region. Highs Thursday were predicted to be in the upper 50s and low 60s – or about 15 degrees colder...
  • Art, dining feel sting of winter in degrees

    Art, dining feel sting of winter in degrees
    Let's start with the obvious: This has been a harsh, crummy winter, and at times just about everyone has preferred to stay indoors rather than to deal with extreme cold, snow and dicey walking or driving conditions. So it stands to follow that Netflix,...