About half of the pedestrians observed on Delray Beach's Atlantic Avenue on the morning of Jan. 6 were not wearing masks. Employees at shops and restaurants appeared to be in compliance with Palm Beach County's mask ordinance. Jerry Lower/The Coastal
South Palm Beach holds an in-person Town Council meeting late last month, but with social distancing measures in place and a thermometer to screen attendees. The town also has allowed residents and council members to attend via phone. Jerry Lower/The
By Arden Moore
Raise your paw, er hand, if you are feeling a little stir
By Larry Keller
South Florida beach closures because of the coronavirus pandemic may have annoyed some people,
Editor's Note: Delray commission owes taxpayers the truth
By Jane Smith
After five months of emergency repairs to the city’s botched reclaimed water system, 90% of the customers should have been back on line by June 30, the city said.
As of June 17,
On Feb. 4, the city of Delray Beach was told by the Florida Health Department that it must implement a citywide boil water order after receiving complaints that the city’s drinking water had become contaminated with reclaimed water.
The order was avo
By Dan Moffett
Ocean Ridge commissioners want to make it a lot more difficult for the town to merge its Police Department with another law enforcement agency.
With a unanimous vote on June 12, the commission gave final approval to a charter amendment
By Jane Smith
The city’s reclaimed water program, spawned in 2006 with the intent to stop the spewing of millions of gallons of wastewater into the ocean each year, was haunted from the beginning by mismanagement and lack of oversight, City Manager
Birthday celebrations, graduations, hair appointments — few things in everyday life look as they did before COVID-19 arrived
The sold-out 35th annual event, themed ‘Carnival in Venice,’ raised more than $715,000 for JDRF to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs for the cure, prevention a
Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters’ first Culture, Arts and Society Today (CAST) party fundraiser generated more than $100,000 for student scholars
The Junior League of Boca Raton’s Public Affairs Committee received the Outstanding Committee Awar
By Linda Haase
Anyone who knows Emily Lilly can tell you where she spends Saturday mornings from November to early May.
It’s the same place she’s been fo
By Scott Simmons
Boca Raton long ago made a name for itself as a playground of the elite.
And Depression glass was the dinner and barware of the mas
The Florida Highwaymen are a group of African-American painters from the Fort Pierce area who produced paintings of Florida l
Forty students competed for two spots to represent the school in the Southeastern Florida Scripps
By Janis Fontaine
In a rhinestone-studded skater’s dress, hair smoothed into a tight ballerina bun, Emmi Merhi uses long arms and legs to carry her with a luminous grace acro
By Arden Moore
Looks like it’s back to the future with a big woof for a team of professors, researchers and students at Florida Atlantic Uni
By Christine Davis
Researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s Schmidt College of Medicine received a five-year research project grant totaling $1,738,565 from the National Eye Institute of the National Institutes of Health for a project that us
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