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Food Truck Invasion - Last Friday of Every Month

Come out for a food experience for all ages to enjoy. Food trucks will be lining up on the last Friday of every month at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park off of Poinciana Drive just off Royal Palm Beach Blvd. more »

Florida Lottery Results

FLORIDA POWERBALL Saturday, March 1, 2014 3-8-25-30-47-13-x4 Next Jackpot: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 $40 MILLION FLORIDA LOTTO S more »

Area Deaths

Robert Lewis Morris, 80, of Loxahatchee, died Sunday, March 9. Palms West Funeral Home & Crematory, Royal Palm Beach. Joseph D. Scarso of Loxahatchee died Sunday, March 2. more »

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  • Jupiter council initially passes puppy mill ban
    A ban on selling cats and dogs from pet stores to prevent customers from buying pets from puppy mills was passed tonight on first reading by the town council.
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    During Senate testimony, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey, left the door open to the possibility of U.
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    A company in Taiwan has been fined $1.6m and its chairman taken into custody after they were caught supplying substandard cooking oil.
  • Obama Pledges to Fight War on Ebola
    The rampant Ebola virus has killed nearly 2,500 people in West Africa. And in answering the Liberian government's pleas for help, U.
  • Man arrested for killing ex-girlfriend, eating her brain
    Tammy Jo Blanton bailed her former boyfriend, Joseph Oberhansley, out of jail. His repayment was killing her, and eating part of her brain.
  • Damages sought for abused Barahona siblings in wake of 2011 death of 10-year-old
    Hoping to spare an 11-year-old girl the trauma of recounting the horrific abuse she suffered at the hands of Carmen and Jorge Barahona, her attorney said Tuesday he appealed to the state to give her the money she needs to heal the deep emotional wounds she sustained because it failed to protect her.
  • Union appeals Rice's indefinite suspension by NFL
    The NFL players' union appealed Ray Rice's indefinite suspension Tuesday night. Rice was originally handed a two-game suspension in July under the NFL's personal conduct policy after he was charged with assault following a Feb.
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  • Florida Gators have amped up their offense, but run game still counts
    In his first year, Florida offensive coordinator Kurt Roper has energized the Gators’ passing. After averaging just 171 passing yards in 2013, the Gators have more than doubled that in two games.
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  • Ancelotti Pleased to Bounce Back from Derby Defeat with Win
    Holders Real Madrid chased away some of their early-season blues when Gareth Bale scored the pick of the goals as the record 10-times winners routed FC Basel 5-1 in their Champions League Group B open
  • Jim Harbaugh: Levi's crowd noise has "room for improvement"
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  • Hospital Helps Launch School Year
    The Children’s Hospital at Palms West hosted its Back in School Bash on Saturday, Sept. 6 at Palms West Hospital. There were plenty of activities for youngsters to choose from, including crafts, games and face painting. In addition, popular costumed characters were there to entertain, and public safety personnel were also on hand.
  • LGWCD Board Considering Revisions To Public Records Policy
    At a meeting Monday, the Loxahatchee Groves Water Control District Board of Supervisors reviewed its policy on charging for extensive public records requests and decided to have legal staff recommend revisions. Supervisor John Ryan said recent events led to the review. He said the district had adopted a general policy in 2011 that it would […]
  • RPBHS Principal: New Initiatives Improve Student Performance
    By Briana D’Andrea Culturally relevant teaching was a key focus of a presentation Monday night by Royal Palm Beach High School Principal Jesus Armas to the Royal Palm Beach Education Advisory Board. It’s a practice Armas believes is needed to help students be successful worldwide, but he said U.S. schools are nowhere near where they […]
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    The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors heard an update Wednesday on plans to upgrade the levee separating the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area from The Acreage. At the board’s previous meeting, residents raised concerns about reduced seepage through the new levee, which they felt might affect their wells. Funding for the project was […]
  • Wellington Council Decides To Keep Four-Day Workweek
    In a 3-2 decision, the Wellington Village Council gave preliminary approval to its 2015 budget Tuesday, dropping a planned return to a five-day week for municipal complex staff. Without any public comment, the council debated the merits of the current four-day week as opposed to a five-day week, which requires about $93,000 more in the […]
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    Groundbreaking ceremonies for the long-awaited Acreage Community Park southern expansion and the Garden of Hope project are set for Wednesday, Sept 17 at 4 p.m. Garden of Hope organizer Tracy Newfield, whose daughter is a cancer survivor, explained that she started the project as a serene spot for families of cancer patients and survivors. “I […]
  • RPB Moving Ahead With Senior Living Facility At Park
    The Royal Palm Beach Village Council last week directed village staff to move forward in preparing a request for proposals on the sale of a 10-acre parcel of land for the construction and operation of a senior living facility. The site, located at Royal Palm Beach Commons Park, has been set aside for a private […]
  • Wellington Rotary To Celebrate World Peace Day Sept. 21
    The United Nations International Day of Peace will be observed Sunday, Sept. 21 across the world. Locally, the Wellington Rotary Club and the Village of Wellington will host a 3 p.m. observance that day at the Wellington Rotary Peace Park. At the event, the Wellington Rotary Club will culminate its ninth annual World Peace Initiative, […]