Ah, April. Chamber of Commerce weather, fledgling screech owls in the yard and lingering twilights to enjoy with our neighbors — before the auto transports and seasonal residents bolt for the summer.
By now, most of them have returned to their northern homes and those of us who remain are charged with keeping a protective eye on our coastal paradise.
That means budget hearings! Yes, we need to drag ourselves to commission chambers and engage with issues that promise to affect our…
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Rabbi Ruvi New of the Boca Beach Chabad speaks at the inaugural Women of Valor brunch in January. New invited women to share stories of courage and commitment for the Chabad’s book, due to be published early next year. Photo provided…Continue
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By Arden Moore
Walk into the Delray Beach Public Library between May 4 and…Continue
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By Joyce Reingold
Blood pressure monitoring is a routine part of most doctors’ office visits, yet according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 adults with hypertension is unaware of it. Left untreated, hypertension can lead to heart disease, stroke and a host of other…Continue
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ABOVE: Capt. Carl Torresson of the Slob City fishing team holds aloft the 47.2-pound kingfish that won biggest fish honors and $14,200 in the…Continue
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By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley