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10605080671?profile=RESIZE_710xGraduation day: Sarah Dagher hugs her mother, Joumana, as her father, Salam, looks on following Gulf Stream School’s graduation ceremony on June 10. Sarah recorded a 99.5% average during her final year at the school, one of the best scores ever r

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Meet Your Neighbor: Ben Baffer

10604940893?profile=RESIZE_710xKaufman Lynn Construction executive Ben Baffer, chairman of the Delray Beach Historic Preservation Board, believes that historic buildings and sites ‘are our community’s collective legacy, and our link to our past.’ This photo mural of projects — inc

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By Jane Smith

While Delray Beach residents were meeting about the future of Old School Square, Boca Raton Museum of Art officials who were getting a second look at operating Delray’s Cornell Art Museum decided they were no longer interested in the gi

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By Mary Hladky

Taxable values of Palm Beach County properties have surged more than any year since 2006.
That year, countywide taxable values jumped by a whopping 23%. The Great Recession halted the meteoric rise, with the county experiencing signifi

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Republicans from Boca Raton to South Palm Beach will head to the polls Aug. 23 to pick candidates for two Florida House seats and one Senate seat in unfamiliar districts — the result of voting maps that were redrawn this year after the 2020 Census.
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10604787662?profile=RESIZE_710xJames Muir opened Nicholson Muir Meats this year in a historic home on Ocean Avenue in Boynton Beach. BELOW RIGHT: The butcher shop also has a small restaurant and sitting area. Photos provided

By Christine Davis10604793481?profile=RESIZE_400x

Passers-by will notice the old Ruth J

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10601843080?profile=RESIZE_710xPink Poodles, with vodka and pomegranate, and mojitos are offered at Corvina. Photo provided by Svetlana Davis

 

By Jan Norris

The summer doldrums are about to hit, with no holidays or formal excuses to party.

Since people lucky enough to have Northe

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By Amy Woods

According to the National Retail Federation, the average family spent nearly $800 last year to prepare one child for school — an amount that is the highest in the history of the survey.

Back to School PBC is an annual event that helps pr

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10601773670?profile=RESIZE_710xKozak’s interpretation of the First Station of the Cross: Jesus is Condemned to Death. The oak carving shows soldiers leading away Jesus after he was condemned by Pontius Pilate, who in the background is ’washing his hands’ of the death. Photos provi

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What is wrong with the Delray Beach commissioners?  They have as a whole completely ruined the award-winning small town of Delray Beach. It has been ruined and they are all to blame. 
With their approved overdevelopment, the city has, in a mere coupl

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Related story: Along the Coast: Condo reserve rules, inspections become law

By Charles Elmore 

Days before the June 1 start to hurricane season, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed what he called the “most significant reforms to Florida’s homeowners insurance m

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