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Delray Beach: Stuck again

10249341061?profile=RESIZE_710xWith the broken bridge to the east, Albert Chung, a surveyor with Ranger Construction, uses GPS tools to determine the new road edge and drainage slope as part of the reconstruction of George Bush Boulevard. It’s scheduled to finish in summer 2023. J

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10165048270?profile=RESIZE_710xRay Steele, his wife, Lauren, and their son Ace get creative at the Selfie WRLD the family opened at Town Center mall. Photo provided

By Christine Davis

Pop-up selfie studios have gained popularity, and two of them have cropped up in south Palm Beach

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By Christine Davis

10162889280?profile=RESIZE_180x180Baptist Health South Florida Foundation announced the promotion of Barbara James to vice president of development and development support. 
James will continue to lead the foundation’s philanthropic efforts and be responsible for

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10065884652?profile=RESIZE_710xProfessor emeritus Eric Shaw reclines at home 21 stories above Boca but does not feel retired. He mentors Ph.D. students and says life is a self-improvement project. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

By Tao Woolfe

After four decades of telling students th

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10063186681?profile=RESIZE_710xSpirit of Giving Network presented board member Ann Rutherford with its annual Community Spirit Award for outstanding commitment and service. The nonprofit has been the annual football game’s official charity sponsor since the bowl’s inception eight

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By Christine Davis

Baptist Health, which owns Boca Raton Regional Hospital and the Bethesda hospitals in Boynton Beach, reported encouraging news on the coronavirus in late January.
As of Jan. 26, Baptist Health said it had 424 patients with COVID-19

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10063043256?profile=RESIZE_710xFAU student Chase Donaghy enjoyed an afternoon of surfing at Red Reef Park. Tao Woolfe/The Coastal Star

By Tao Woolfe

Boca Raton’s Red Reef Park is a busy place in the late afternoon as beachgoers scoop up kids, towels and folding chairs for the trek

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By Janis Fontaine

There’s more to being a tutor these days than just being able to teach, Evan Weisberg says.
Weisberg grew up in Boca Raton and graduated from Spanish River High School. He started tutoring as a side business, doing SAT and ACT prep

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(L-R) Laura Malone, EJ Kunmann with service dog Jackie, Keith Shampaner with service dog Goose, Don Werner with service dog Teddy, Mel Pollack, Jim Nau, Boca airport Executive Director Clara Bennett, Lisa Fendrich, Bob Tucker, Alan Feinberg with ser

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Florida Atlantic University will hold its long-awaited celebration of life for legendary football coach Howard Schnellenberger on Sept. 10 at the FAU Stadium in Boca Raton.
Mr. Schnellenberger, whose accomplishments included coaching the University o

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More than 35 years ago, Il Circolo, The Italian Cultural Society, donated $5,000 to Florida Atlantic University to kick-start an Italian program. Myriam Ruthenberg was hired to teach it. Since that time, Ruthenberg’s class evolved into a full-stud

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By Christine Davis

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and at JFK Medical Center, Dr. Heidi Bahna and Dr. Juliet Ray are working to improve awareness about the importance of getting screened, which is the best way to detect polyps and prevent

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Love & Football

8507592478?profile=RESIZE_710xBeverlee and Howard Schnellenberger married in 1959. She proposed to him, and at first he said no. Photo Provided

Coach Schnellenberger’s wife shares stories, letters that show the couple’s enduring affection

 

By Brian Biggane

He played end on one C

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