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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach city commissioners switched course in early April and rejected a plan by the Boca Raton Museum of Art to run operations at the Cornell Art Museum.
Instead, the commission will hold a workshop May 17 at City Hall and invite o

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Businesses, church determined to press forward after construction on George Bush Boulevard first forced them to adapt

Profiles by Jane Smith and Rich Pollack
Photos by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

10249310297?profile=RESIZE_710xThe Sail Inn, 657 George Bush Blvd.
Bass Raams, mana

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10165345897?profile=RESIZE_710xTristen Willis, 10, studies the board as he competes with Deb Peters at the Delray Beach Pavilion. It’s part of James McCray’s effort to teach chess, mainly to young players. Photos by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

By Ron Hayes

By 9 a.m. on a recent S

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By Jane Smith

Delray Beach won in appellate court the ability to keep its downtown height cap at three stories.
“It’s a big win for the city,” Mayor Shelly Petrolia said Feb. 16, the same day the ruling was announced. The appeals court ruled that the

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The Cornell Art Museum has been the centerpiece of Old School Square for decades. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

RELATED STORY: Delray Beach: Nonprofit’s pattern of accounting flaws at heart of city’s decision

By Jane Smith

The decision to terminate t

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9621313287?profile=RESIZE_710xPeriwinkle owner Carrie Delafield, building owner Robert Brewer and Periwinkle President Megan Mignano. Photo provided

The women’s contemporary resort-wear boutique partnered with the Delray Beach Historical Society to celebrate its location at 339 E

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By Jane Smith

Before the next sea turtle nesting season, the busy beachside intersection of State Road A1A and Atlantic Avenue will be lit with amber LED lights that can stay on throughout the year, even during the turtles’ eight-month nesting season

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7960883499?profile=originalFreebee, Delray Beach’s selected point-to-point transportation provider, plans to have vehicles that carry
advertising. Service is set to begin Sept. 3. Photo provided

By Jane Smith

Delray Beach is still waiting on the new vehicles it contracted for

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By Jane Smith

The Downtowner open-air vehicle company has officially parted ways with the City of Delray Beach.
The transportation company rankled the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency when it reduced the number of vehicles it would provide for i

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By Jane Smith

Starting April 1, the Delray Beach Fire Department began sending letters to East Atlantic Avenue restaurants reminding them of city rules.
The owners will be required to comply with set occupancy limits and follow a city code provision

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