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By Jane Smith
The Delray Beach city manager lifted most restrictions on the municipal beach on May 24.
The beach restrooms will remain closed.
“The meteorologists are expecting rain for the next few days. The rain should take care of everyone’s concerns about overcrowding at the beach,” City Manager George Gretsas, wrote in an email sent about 1 p.m. to city commissioners and the mayor.
“And since Broward County will be opening their beaches on…Continue
Morgan Didio, a student at Lynn University, walks with her friend Emma Fleurian, a student at FAU, along the beach at South Beach Park in Boca Raton the morning of May 18, the day Palm Beach County reopened the beaches. They were closed for weeks because of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Tim Stepien/The Coastal…Continue
By Ron Hayes
Their mission began in March, when dozens of women took up battle positions at sewing machines along our coast.
Day after day, week after…
By Jane Smith
Two Delray Beach dads, concerned about how restaurants could survive a…Continue
It’s been an odd couple of months, right?
There were no beach walks, pedicures or hanging with friends. The neighborhood kids studied at home, and new graduates tossed their tassels only via video streams. Easter and Passover rituals were shared using Zoom.
And yet, I’m grateful. Grateful to live in a place where people help their neighbors. Where clever, caring people find solutions to difficult problems during a deadly pandemic. Where health care workers and first responders go…