By Steve Plunkett
Along with naming their preference for U.S. president next month, city voters will choose either incumbent Mayor Scott Singer or one of the men he defeated by a more than 20-to-1 margin just 17 months ago.
Qualifying for the March 1
By Jan Norris
Once again, the Junior League of Boca Raton kicks off its year with the a
By Rich Pollack
Highland Beach will get a new mayor and a new commissioner come March along with a returning vice mayor, after three candidates for commission seats ran unopposed.
In what appears to be a calm in Highland Beach elections not seen for
By Dan Moffett
Vice Mayor Don MaGruder’s decision not to run for a second term in the March 17 election left two seats open on the Ocean Ridge Town Commission with two candidates qualified and ready to claim them.
Incumbent Commissioner Susan Hurlb
By Jane Smith
Seven candidates are vying for two City Commission seats in Delray Beach.
The incumbents for each seat met the city’s qualifying deadline of noon Dec. 19, along with their challengers.
Bill Bathurst, who last time ran unopposed to fill
By Mary Thurwachter
Council members up for re-election in Lantana on March 17 will face opposition from two political newcomers and longtime residents.
Mark Allen Zeitler, 63, an air-conditioning contractor, will challenge Edward Shropshire, 67, for
Mindfulness guru shares tips for peacefully navigating
the new year
By Joyce Reingold
As we dip our toes into this fresh new year, may we c
By Steve Plunkett
After first proposing a nearly 36% tax increase, then trimming it to a 19.43% hike, commissioners of the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District succumbed to pressure from the City Council and kept their tax rate the same.
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