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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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  • Editorial: Glickstein for mayor, Bastian for Seat 3 in Delray Beach
    Delray Beach is becoming a victim of its own success, and everyone who lives there, or even tries to negotiate downtown traffic to dine there, knows it.
  • Endorsement: Jeremy Rogers for Boca Raton City Council Seat C
    The choices couldn’t be more clearly drawn in Boca Raton’s Seat C City Council race. The questions of how high is too high for downtown condo and apartment towers, and how much traffic is too much, has been on top of the minds of two of the three candidates, Jamie Sauer, 34, and Frank Chapman, 47.
  • POINT OF VIEW: Harbourside aside, I like what Jupiter has become
    So many negative letters have run regarding Harbourside Place, one would think that it should have been named Harbour”cide” Place.
  • Letters: Don’t blame the cops; blame the criminals
    Don’t blame the cops; blame the criminals So the FBI and state attorney’s office are investigating an Aug.
  • Commentary: Five things to know about the Fed raising interest rates
    Since 2008, the Federal Reserve has been giving banks virtually free money by keeping their short-term borrowing rates near zero.
  • Commentary: Human trafficking hotline needed to save lives
    “Florida is a Zero-Tolerance State for Human Trafficking” declares the banner on the website of the Florida attorney general.
  • Palm Beach Post editorial cartoon: March 2
    CARTOON VIEW SIGNE WILKINSON
  • Palm Beach Shop & Stroll to support bladder cancer awareness, research
    Mary Gushee and Diane Zipursky Quale are like sisters, bonded by their loss. The disease that claimed Mary’s husband Steve in April of 2013, also took Diane’s husband, John, in June of 2008.
  • Scenarios for UNC's ACC Tournament Seeding
    Scenarios for UNC's ACC Tournament Seeding
  • As Justin Smith continues to ponder retirement, he remains a role model for defensive lineman
    As Justin Smith continues to ponder retirement, he remains a role model for defensive lineman
  • Dallas Stars Lose 3-1 to Anaheim Ducks, Third Period Dooms Stars Again
    Dallas Stars Lose 3-1 to Anaheim Ducks, Third Period Dooms Stars Again
  • Is Jared Odrick closer to a return with the Dolphins?
    Is Jared Odrick closer to a return with the Dolphins?
  • Boston College Athletics: Town Hall Event - Part II
    Boston College Athletics: Town Hall Event - Part II
  • Phil Mickelson at the Honda Classic 2015
    Phil Mickelson at the Honda Classic 2015
  • Ohio State vs. Purdue 2015 final score: 3 things we learned from OSU's 65-61 win
    Ohio State vs. Purdue 2015 final score: 3 things we learned from OSU's 65-61 win
  • Wake Forest Comes Back To Defeat Pittsburgh 69-66
    Wake Forest Comes Back To Defeat Pittsburgh 69-66
  • Darrell Lange Hopes To Bring A New Voice To The RPB Village Council
    By Chris Felker Former Royal Palm Beach Planning & Zoning Commissioner Darrell Lange casts himself as an outsider who has valuable experience voters cannot afford to ignore as he faces incumbent Vice Mayor Dave Swift and former Councilwoman Martha Webster in a three-way race for Seat 2 on the Royal Palm Beach Village Council in […]
  • ‘Community’ The Focus In Webster’s Bid To Return To The Council
    Former Councilwoman Martha Webster is challenging Vice Mayor Dave Swift for Seat 2 on the Royal Palm Beach Village Council, which Webster held until two years ago, when Swift defeated her in his bid to return to the council after an 18-month hiatus. Also in the three-way race is former Royal Palm Beach Planning & […]
  • Dave Swift Puts Focus On His Experience And Accomplishments
    Two years after winning Royal Palm Beach Village Council Seat 2 from then-Councilwoman Martha Webster, Royal Palm Beach Vice Mayor Dave Swift must fend off two challengers to keep the seat for another two years. Aside from Webster, who wants her old seat back, former Royal Palm Beach Planning & Zoning Commissioner Darrell Lange is […]
  • White White West Party At IPC
    Horses Healing Hearts held its annual fundraiser White White West at the International Polo Club Palm Beach on Friday, Feb. 20. The evening featured dancing, food, drink, good company and amazing auction items, all for a great cause. Horses Healing Hearts is an organization that helps children raised with addiction in their home by working […]
  • Harris Believes Town Should Be More Responsive To The Residents
    Community activist Keith Harris is challenging incumbent Councilman Ryan Liang for Seat 3 on the Loxahatchee Groves Town Council. The race is one of two council contests on the Tuesday, March 10 ballot, which also includes several ballot questions. Harris, chairman of the town’s Roadways, Equestrian Trails & Greenway Advisory Committee (RETGAC), has been sharply […]
  • ‘Team Player’ Ryan Liang Sees Steady Progress For Town
    Two-term incumbent Ryan Liang is being challenged for Seat 3 on the Loxahatchee Groves Town Council by community activist Keith Harris, chairman of the town’s Roadways, Equestrian Trails & Greenway Advisory Committee. The race is one of two council contests on the Tuesday, March 10 ballot, which also includes several ballot questions. “I’m seeking my […]
  • RPB Zoners OK Taco Bell Plan For Old Checkers Site
    The Royal Palm Beach Planning & Zoning Commission on Tuesday recommended approval of a major site plan modification to demolish the existing Checkers building at 1318 Royal Palm Beach Blvd. to build a new, 2,137-square-foot Taco Bell restaurant with a drive-through. Site Plan Coordinator Kevin Erwin said the site sits on an outparcel within the […]
  • Wellington Council Moves Forward On Saddle Trail Project
    The Wellington Village Council approved four resolutions Tuesday related to the paving of part of the Saddle Trail Park neighborhood over the objections from residents of nearby neighborhoods that the project would negatively affect them. The project was initiated by residents in the southern half of Saddle Trail who were willing to pay an assessment […]