The crew of the Hypoluxo-based Southern Comfort IV holds the 51.3-pound wahoo caught July 11 to win the Big Dog/Fat Cat KDW Shootout. From left are mate Josh Joyner, Capt. Bill Cox and mate Ashley Mann. Winning angler Mark Boydston reeled in the wah
By Dan Moffett
Ray McMillan eked out a 17-vote victory over Elvadianne Culbertson in the March 17 municipal election to claim a seat on the South Palm Beach Town Council.
By Dan Moffett
Three incumbents easily won reelection in the March 17 municipal election to keep their at-large seats on the Briny Breezes Town Council.
Christina Adams led all candidates with 103 votes, or 31.2% of the ballots cast. Bill Birch got
By Amy Woods
Boca Raton Regional Hospital has received another transformative donation toward its $250 million “Keeping the Promise” campaign to expand and improve the hospital.
Philanthropists Bernie and Billi Marcus have made an additional gift of
By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley
Wandering along the newly rebuilt boardwalk at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Cent
By Janis Fontaine
Congregation B’nai Israel will host a special literary event, “An Evening With Mitch Albom,” from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 14 at the synago
By Jane Smith
Sober homes will finally be regulated under a House bill that is on its way to the governor.
The bill, passed unanimously by state representatives and senators, allows the Department of Children and Families to write the rules regulatin
By Ron Hayes
OCEAN RIDGE — Bill Finley died while putting the finishing touches on a science fiction novel called Saving the Moon.
He’d already made his mark on Earth.
At his death from congestive heart failure on Jan. 25, Mr. Finley lef