About gardening, Cooks says, "Create beauty and restore order. This in return will inspire others to create beauty and restore order in their own lives.''
Barbara Cook of Ocean Ridge considers gardening her true calling and describes herself “a farm
Looking back, there really wasn’t much doubt about what John D. O’Connell was going to be when he grew up. “I have a picture of him when he was 3,” said his mother, Debby O’Connell, a Realtor with Hampton Real Estate in Ocean Ridge. “He was saluting
By Kelly Wolfe It’s 8:03 on a Saturday night in January — arguably the busy season — on a mild evening just after the cold snap. Boynton Beach Police Officer Mike Mulcahy is on duty. In the past hour and a half, he’s cruised each Briny street; shin
By Margie Plunkett
The sand transfer plant at South Lake Worth Inlet is up and running, but the new silence of its electric motor may be offset by the pounding of pilings through March, according to Manalapan Mayor Tom Gerrard.
“The plant was dead
By Mary Katherine Stump OCEAN RIDGE — Alphonse “Al” Lembo of Ocean Ridge died Nov. 23 at the age of 96. He was a 30-year resident of Ocean Ridge, and an active member of the Hypoluxo community. “Al may have resided in O
By Ron Hayes OCEAN RIDGE — On Feb. 27, 1945, a B-24 bomber exploded during a bombing run over Leipzig, Germany. Nose gunner/bombardier Don O’Fee, who normally didn’t wear a parachute, was wearing one that day. He landed
By Ron Hayes One day in 2000, a high school freshman from Ocean Ridge decided to volunteer as an “attorney” in the county's Youth Court. Anthony Arash Arsali would alternately act as both prosecutor and defense “attorney” in determining appropriate
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