Lifeguard Tanner Thielemann (right) received the Lantana Police Department’s Lifesaving Award during the July 27thTown Council meeting. Police Chief Sean Scheller, who made the presentation, said Thielemann, a 34-year-old South Palm Beach resident,
ABOVE: Heather Bolint of Lake Worth and Bryan Galvin of Delray Beach stand on the steps of the state Capitol in Tallahassee, where they obtained a permit to display the burlap bags holding some of the trash they found. The placard reads: This is Ocea
By Ron Hayes
When last we heard from Bryan Galvin and Heather
Collecting plastic in trek around state,
former lifeguard says recycling is not enough
By Jane Smith
Delray Beach will soon have eight new lifeguard towers to match the recently finished $3.1 million promenade upgrade at the Municipal Beach.
City commissioners approved spending about $126,000 per tower by a 4-1 vote Dec. 11. The tot
By Emily J. Minor
GULF STREAM — Walter Helmut Baum, a well-known lifeguard at Delray Beach’s Anchor Park S5 beach lifeguard station for nearly two decades, died June 17 from complications of a stroke he suffered five days earlier. He was 55.
and a friend’s greyhound at Bark Park Dog Beach.
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By Arden Moore
My dogs, Chipper and Cleo, remind me to never stereotype can
By Mary Thurwachter
The Imperial House lost its beach stairs to Hurricane Sandy in October and has plans to replace them. But first, the South Palm Beach co-op needed — and received — a go-ahead from the Lantana Town Council.
A six-story, 58-un
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