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And so 2021 has arrived, still dragging some of 2020’s tragedies, absurdities and challenges with it, but full of hope for better days ahead.
Bright and early on Dec. 17, we set out down State Road A1A, asking folks in the 10 Coastal Star communities from South Palm Beach to Boca Raton about their hopes and expectations for this new year. | What people are saying

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Pandemic News
 Residents scramble to recieve limited number of vaccines | Bethesda nurse grateful to get vaccine at end of 'brutal year" | City by City COVID-19 cases | Clinical trial available for coronavirus patients at Boca hospital | Overtime pay piles up in Delray, Boca with workers exposed to virus | Boca Resort saying goodbye to 995 workers | South Palm Beach Town Hall reopens, reports no more virus cases after worker tests positive
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More Top Stories
Along the Coast: Sea Turtles come out of the cold | McCarty, Batmasian receive Trump pardons
Boca Raton: Mizner Park turns 30, fulfills vision as downtown catalyst | IPIC theater owes $635,000 in back rent, Mizner Park landlord says
Delray Beach: Commission stunned by draft report on water fines
Ocean Ridge: Beach access closures for sea wall project roil some residents

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Obituaries

Henne | Horenburger | Sylvester

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Around Town

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Meet the Natives | Subtropical paradise a delightful part of Norton Museum's revamp

Business Spotlight: Renovated Boca history museum to feature new permanent exhibits

Coastal Star: Boca volunteer finds a dream job in making others' wishes come true

Dining: Delray food hall to sell everything from sushi to surfboards

Finding Faith: Despite improved virtual services, some folks glad to be back in church | Rabbi's 2020 Hanukkah message: Even a little light can go a long way

Holidays: In Ocean Ridge and Briny, Santa trades in sleigh for golf cart

House of the Month: Highland Beach oceanfront estate

Meet Your Neighbor: Kristin Alexandre

On the Water: Pompano team is tops in Hope Town United sailfish event

Paws Up for Pets: Pets are good medicine, author says

Philanthropy Notes: Chamber award recognizes Literacy Coalition's impact 

Tots & Teens: Delray mom's book shows young kids that masks are fun

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