After Eta’s deluges, Floridians looking for all the help they can get
By Shelly Petrolia
“Florida’s New Sweet Spot” is how the Wall Street Journal described Delray Beach in a headline. The article went on to describe three perfect days in our city, noting it had been transformed and “now has a distinctly different vibe
This legislative session demonstrated a political will to reform the Florida’s Public Records Act. However, that will was misguided in both SB 1220 and HB 1021.
Those bills targeted the attorney’s fees provision of Chapter 119 and attempted to
Two days after the Florida Legislature completed the 2016 session, a Sun Sentinel editorial headlined “Open government under attack,” indirectly referred to a failed bill that attempted to address abuse of the Public Records Act by a cottage indu
The McCormick Mile Beach Club, known to many as the little pink house on the beach side at the inlet, is looking better than ever today. Freshly painted slate blue with white trim, the clubhouse had
What kind of city do you want to live in? Do you want a first-rate, full-service city that provides the full range of municipal services, or would you settle for a second-class city where some services are provided by other government entities o
as the result of stress associated with hook-and-line sport fishing.
Photo provided by Capt. Steve Dougherty
As the editor of Florida Sport Fishing magazine, I
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Fishing is an important part of the Florida lifestyle as well as its economy. In spite of the obvious benefits, this leisure-time activity, on occasion, can lead to problems for birds and other wil
For all of us, the eve
The Ocean Ridge Garden Club has installed a native garden at the entrance to the Town Hall.
By Steve Leveen
Palm Beach County has a coast no one has seen. Well, almost no one, compared with the millions who have seen our Atlantic coast.
The coast I’m talking about is on Lake Okeechobee and, in truth, it’s not that easy to see.
Twenty years a
By Thomas R. Collins
My mom was on a gurney, tubes everywhere, strangers leaning over her, machinesmaking beeps and whirs, fluorescent lights shining cold and bright.
When I got to the emergency room that day six months ago, after my mom turned bl
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