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April 2014 Blog Posts (118)

Dolphin great on campus: Gulf Stream School, Gulf Stream – April 10

Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Nat Moore cheers on fourth-grader John Mahady during an after-school football clinic for about 30 boys and girls. The J.D. Davis family arranged for the special event where the students took part in passing and running drills. Jerry Lower/The Coastal…

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Added by Mary Kate Leming on April 30, 2014 at 9:16am — No Comments

Cabbages grow healthy and hearty greens with this advice from

You can eat a cabbage every day of the year, from the first sweet, crunchy spring greens arriving just in time to fill the hungry gap, through to crinkly savoys to keep you in hearty stews, soups and roasts through the coldest months of the year. Start now for crisp, flavour-packed summer types, perfect for shredding into picnic coleslaws. Slatey-purple red cabbages are sumptuously beautiful plants in their own right, and make the perfect autumn toewarmer when braised slowly with…

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Added by Maria Burpee on April 12, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments

Derby in Delray

Spodak Dental Group and Weekes & Callaway Co-host

"Derby in Delray"…

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Added by Ceci Rezk on April 10, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Summer Camp Guide 2014

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Added by Mary Kate Leming on April 2, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments

50 Years Ago: Tragedy, heroism at Boynton Inlet — Photos

Rescuers perform first aid on victims of the Two Georges that sank outside the Boynton Inlet.

Firefighters administer oxygen to one of the survivors of the Two Georges capsizing. Photos by Stan Sheets/Boynton Beach Star,…

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Added by Mary Kate Leming on April 2, 2014 at 4:25pm — No Comments

50 Years Ago: Tragedy, heroism at Boynton Inlet

Rescuers pull ashore Capt. Jimmy Stevens from the wreckage of the Two Georges.

Photo by Stan Sheets/Boynton Beach Star, Courtesy of the Boynton Beach City Library

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Added by Mary Kate Leming on April 2, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Ocean Ridge: Patience, humor and a system add up to ‘200 years of love’

Jack and Bea Fearon, left, Steve and Mary Lou Cousley, David and Marie Vladyka and Jeri and Bob Bové renew vows. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

By Ron Hayes

 

Fifty years ago, the Beatles invaded America, the first ZIP code appeared, the first lung…

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Added by Mary Kate Leming on April 2, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Editor's Note: Arrivals and departures are keeping us busy

    The first sea turtles are arriving and the first snowbirds are departing. 

    It’s been a record-breaking tourist season, and most locals have long ago surrendered to the sunburned hordes and no longer try to dine out on weekends or venture anywhere near a public beach.

    Even so, we’re pleased our friends in the hospitality industry are doing well. That reflects on our bottom line and we aren’t complaining.

    Still … once the last car carrier is loaded and…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 3:03pm — No Comments

World War II Experience: Delray Beach Historical Society - March 20

World War II Navy veteran Ernie Simon, and his wife, Norma, look at a mannequin

dressed in a WWII 101st Airborne uniform in the Cason Cottage at the Delray Beach Historical Society

during the ‘Delray Beach: The World War II Experience.’…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:52pm — No Comments

Pete and Alice Dye honored: Palm Beach County Sport Hall of Fame - March 23

Notable golf course deigners and Gulf Stream residents Pete and Alice Dye were inducted into the

Palm Beach County Sports Hall of Fame by Guy Quattlebaum, president of the Palm Beach County

Sports Commission Board of Directors (left) and Richard…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:47pm — No Comments

Gulf Stream: New commission seeks way forward amid legal tangle

From left, Bob Ganger, Joan Orthwein, Thomas Stanley, Donna White and Scott Morgan

are sworn in by Gulf Stream Town Clerk Rita Taylor.

Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

 

By Dan Moffett

    Gulf Stream…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:44pm — 1 Comment

Along the Coast: Limits in place on flood insurance rates, but other aspects uncertain

By Jane Smith

    An 18 percent annual increase in your flood-insurance premium is a hefty hike, but it beats the 25 percent that many coastal homeowners were facing.

    A new federal law caps increases at 18 percent for primary residences. Owners of second homes and business, though, still could pay 25 percent increases.

    The big jumps were intended to make the National Flood Insurance Program solvent after huge payouts from hurricanes Katrina in…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:38pm — No Comments

Delray Beach: Election upset could shift commission balance

Newly elected Jordana Jarjura and reelected Al Jacquet.

Kurtis Boggs/The Coastal Star

 

By Tim Pallesen

    Newcomer Jordana Jarjura upset incumbent Angeleta Gray in the March 11 city election, possibly shifting the…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:34pm — No Comments

Delray Beach: Neighbors show support for marina development plan

The owners want to rebuild the Seagate Yacht Club with 10 townhouses and a clubhouse.

Rendering provided

 

By Tim Pallesen

    Plans to rebuild the Seagate Yacht Club are drawing…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Coastal Star: Resident turns own misfortune into support for others

Dawn Toimil started a multiple myeloma support group.

Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star 

By Linda Haase

    When Dawn Toimil’s doctor sent her for pre-op clearance for foot surgery, she figured it was a routine test. Instead, he discovered an…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Delray Beach: Positive spin resulted in improved parade day, city says

Delray Beach Police Detective Matthew Naparstek monitors the crowd

in front of The Blue Anchor Pub during the city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

 

By Tim…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:27pm — No Comments

Along the Coast: Olive ridley turtle found Christmas Day is on the mend

By Cheryl Blackerby

    The little olive ridley sea turtle rescued on Lantana Beach on Christmas Day is on the road to recovery at Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

    “She was moved into a bigger tank because she had been bumping her head against the sides of the smaller tank she was in,” said Kat Rumbley, Loggerhead communications coordinator.  “This tank just gives her more room to swim.”

    Meghan is the only documented olive ridley found stranded…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:23pm — No Comments

Along the Coast: Bicyclists and drivers warned about safety

Police Officer Robert McAllister of the Ocean Ridge Police Department

wrote up four different bicyclists who ran a red light on A1A.

Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:21pm — No Comments

Lantana/Hypoluxo Island: Hypoluxo Island memories stretch back to jungle beginnings

A 1940s aerial photo of Hypoluxo Island, viewed from the north,

with the original bridge that was replaced in 1950.

Photo courtesy of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County…

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Added by Chris Felker on April 2, 2014 at 2:14pm — No Comments

South Palm Beach: Police department now at full staff

By Dan Moffett

    After a spate of hiring in recent weeks, the South Palm Beach Police Department is at full strength for the first time since last summer.

    During a period of rare turnover, the department lost its chief last fall when Roger Crane retired after 28 years on the job, and then lost a senior officer when Lt. Nick Alvaro called it quits in February. All told, four positions turned over on the eight-officer staff in the last nine…

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