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  • Free program introduces Riviera Beach kids to undersea wonders at top dive site

    Free program introduces Riviera Beach kids to undersea wonders at top dive site
    RIVIERA BEACH In years of diving at the Blue Heron Bridge, Jim Abernethy and Dan Volker often surfaced to find kids running to the edge of the water, asking what they'd seen and begging to try on their masks. The divers wanted a way for the children to...
  • Cars star in West Palm Beach

    Cars star in West Palm Beach
    I have a weakness for classic-car shows, which means I'm likely to stop for anything from a local gathering in a supermarket parking lot to mammoth events such as the annual Turkey Run in Daytona Beach. Because I also have a weakness for air...
  • CYCLING

    CYCLING
    Critical Mass: It's the last Friday of the month, which means cyclists across the world, like it or not, gather for an evening ride to either have a good time or promote cycling awareness. South Florida rides will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Government...
  • People Express officials prepare for first flights out of Newport News

     People Express officials prepare for first flights out of Newport News
    With less than a week before launching service from Newport News to Newark, Boston and Pittsburgh, People Express is in the midst of an aggressive marketing and social media campaign. The carrier — which was founded in 2012, reviving the name of...
  • Florida to ban sale of e-cigarettes to minors, starting July 1

    Florida to ban sale of e-cigarettes to minors, starting July 1
    There are so many tasty, sweet and fruity e-cigarette flavors under the counter at Smoke This Too in Wilton Manors, you might feel like a kid in a candy store. But the shop's policy is not to sell the electronic cigarettes to anyone under 18, said...
  • County program trains teens for hospitality jobs

    Kenny Ramos grew up in hospitality. Entering the business at just 16 years old, Ramos worked in New York City. He started as a porter houseman and at 18 became the youngest bellman at a hotel. Later on, he moved to South Florida and became a hotel...
  • Foreign investment provides nearly 5 percent of jobs

    Brazilians, Canadians and other foreign investors have been the prime buyers of new condominiums in South Florida in recent years. But foreign investors also are pumping money into U.S. businesses and setting up corporate offices in the tri-county region,...
  • Palm Beach County lawyer to lead Florida Bar

    Palm Beach County  lawyer to lead Florida Bar
    The incoming president of the Florida Bar is a West Palm Beach attorney who wants to find better ways to provide legal services to a majority of Floridians who can't afford to hire a lawyer. Gregory W. Coleman, 51, said about 60 percent of Floridians...
  • Martha Musgrove: No quieting All Aboard Florida furor

    In his day, Florida's visionary Henry Flagler was a complex, risk-taking entrepreneur, adept at playing hard-ball to get what he wanted. He didn't always play fair, but as he built his railroad he was careful to also build the markets needed to sustain...
  • June 28 Letters: People Express, constitutional convention, protect the bay

    Diamond in the rough In a couple of days Peoples Express takes off from Newport News to embark on some cities where we never had non-stops access. The editorial the Daily Press wrote a few weeks ago was dead on in reference to the support each one of us...
  • Handwriting expert: Defendant penned note left at 1999 West Palm Beach restaurant murder

    Handwriting expert: Defendant penned note left at 1999 West Palm Beach restaurant murder
    The yellow lined paper appears to show the combination for a safe: "55, 65, 9, 10," "4 time stop," "left right left right" — all in printed characters. Does it unlock the mystery of who killed restaurant manager Nicholas Megrath in West Palm...
  • Dealing with Alzheimer's seems like the longest day

    While more than half of Americans know someone with Alzheimer's disease — many may not know what they can do to make a difference. June is Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month, an opportunity to increase realization of the Alzheimer's crisis and...