Boynton Beach police secure the scene at the Riverwalk Plaza construction site along the Intracoastal Waterway near the southeast corner of Woolbright Road and Federal Highway on March 22. Initial reports were that a crane malfunctioned, but a later
Second fatality in five months and other injuries reflect growing trouble on stretch of waterway plagued by congestion and excessive speeds
By Rich Pollack
It’s happened again.
For more than a decade Highland Beach residents living along the Intra
The drama at the Delray Beach commission meeting was expected to come from an audit report on the Old School Square Center for the Arts. But another number came up — deeply disturbing and having nothing to do with the beloved and troubled nonprofit.
In the first four months of 2021, deaths reached 723; in all of 2020, 637 died in the state. There’s not enough sea grass to support all of them
We love manatees in Florida.
We put them on license plates. We name our school mascots after them. We brag
Chef and restaurant owner Louie Bossi, who speaks openly about his recovery, is joined by staff members at Louie Bossi’s Ristorante in Boca Raton. Bossi often hires recovering addicts at his restaurants, and says at least three members of his staffs
By Charles Elmore
Even as Florida moves to reopen many businesses, COVID-19 deaths of residents at 18 long-term care facilities in or near Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton add to a mounting statewide toll that frustrates hopes to relax visi
By Sallie James
When it comes to fast and furious, Brightline — Florida’s neon-yellow passenger express train service — has proved to be the deadliest train system per mile in America.
According to an Associated Press analysis of Federal Railroad Admi