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Sunrise residents Olivia Dee, 6, and her friend Destiny Sato, 9, chase each other around the Christmas tree at Mizner Park during ‘Light Up Downtown Boca.’ It kicked off Nov. 19 with ‘Light the Lights,’ a celebration featuring a holiday tree lighting. A few storms moved through and soaked the crowd, making for a shorter celebration. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

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Holidays: Cultivating a gift — A holiday guide worthy of two green thumbs-up from gardeners and nature lovers

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Business Spotlight: Crane's Beach House in Delray changes ownership

Coastal Star: From volunteer to development director, Boca man keeps giving a helping hand

Dining: Restaurants again serving up private rooms for holiday parties

Health: Doctors see wisdom in boosters as immunity from COVID wanes | New treatment for tremor patients offered at Delray Medical Center | FAU faculty honored for community service

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Outdoors: Deep artificial reef expanded with more darts

Pets: Delray Beach ready to launch program to treat roaming cats | Photos: Dog-friendly ugly sweater contest

Philanthropy: Bring on the night! Sting to headline Hospital Ball fundraiser | $5 million gift lifts Boca Regional campaign over $212 million

Religion: Grief doesn't take holiday, St. Vincent Ferrer support leader says | Drive-thru Nativity scene, holiday concerts and services set

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