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Along the Coast

Public or Private? Line in sand unclear 

The law may affect local beaches in decades to come, if rising sea levels change the line between wet sand, which is public access, and dry sand. The latter is not open to the public along areas of private property. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

Amid confusion about new law, beachgoers likely to see no sudden changes in enforcement

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More Top Stories

Along the Coast: Boxing class helps patients fight Parkinson’s disease

Boca Raton: Haynie files not guilty plea, asks for dismissal of charges

Haynie’s arrest scrambles council Rutherford boat ramps out, canoe trails in

Boynton Beach: Boynton wants trial proposal to allow dogs on Oceanfront Park beach | City functions get temporary sites to make way for Town Square | Old high school restoration

County Pocket: Hundreds take part in Ron Heavyside's memorial | Photos

Delray Beach: Commission formalizes takeover of CRA | 32 East’s Johnson bids adieu to Atlantic Avenue scene

Highland Beach: In surprise vote, town manager fired

Ocean Ridge: Million Orchid event

South Palm Beach: Police Chief Carl Webb retires | Town to crack down on dogs-on-beach violations

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Coastal Star: Lisa Rome Steiner

Meet Your Neighbor: Jessie O'Neill

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Business Spotlight: Joel sells Manalapan land, seeks deals for two estates

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Around Town

ArtsPaper: Summer Season

Books: Alzheimer’s-afflicted spy still has a few tricks up his sleeve

Dining: 32 East’s Johnson bids adieu to Atlantic Avenue scene

Pay it Forward: Delray librarian to deliver books to children in Kenya

Philanthropy Notes: 10 nonprofit groups benefit from Impact 100 grants

The Plate: A starter that’s just ducky

Thom Smith: Max’s Grille, a Mizner Park original, to get fresher design

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Home, Health & Harmony

Mother's Day: Recipe for Love

Health Notes: Boca Regional has a new chief operating officer

Religion Notes: A primer on Ramadan celebrations

Tots & Teens: Boca High sophomore excels in media studies, wins national award

2018 Summer Camp Guide

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