By Jane Smith
Delray Beach fared okay during Hurricane Irma, said Mayor Cary Glickstein the day after Irma’s tropical storm-force winds damaged trees and downed powe
By Rich Pollack
As she raced up the Florida peninsula, Hurricane Irma left a little bit of rubber in her tracks.
Residents living along the coast in Highland Beach peered out their windows several days after the storm to find dozens, maybe even hund
By Dan Moffett
Ocean Ridge Police Chief Hal Hutchins estimates that somewhere between 10 to 20 percent of the town’s permanent residents ignored calls to evacuate the island during Hurricane Irma and rode out the storm in their homes.
That was mo
Chances are that you’ve been busy cleaning up your yard since Hurricane Irma left town. And you have a large pile of palm fronds, tree branches, coconuts and other brown matter at your curb.
But if you want the trees that are left to flourish in the
By Sallie James
Boca Raton is on the road to recovery with many city services returning Sept. 13 as City Hall opened again for business. The city’s mandatory curfew has also been lifted.
Although much of the city remains without power, cleanup in
By Mary Thurwachter
Omar Gonzalez clears a limb from the parking lot at the Mayfair House in South Palm Beach. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
By Jane Smith
Linda Cross, who lives in the Marina Villages condo complex in Boynton Beach, said her family lost power the morning of Sept. 11for about 90 minutes.
"We had power the entire time of the storm ," she said. "The water flowed over the sea
Workers put up shutters in Briny Breezes in advance of Hurricane Irma's arrival. The seaside mobile home park is traditionally one of the first places in the County to face a mandatory evacuation order. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
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