People walk the beach at Oceanfront Park scanning the shore for w
By Christine Davis
This will be the last Thanksgiving holiday that Dorothy Gay “GiGi” Wright Vela, her siblings, their children and grandchildren will gather for di
By Steve Plunkett
A long-anticipated review of controversial plans to build a four-story duplex on Boca Raton’s beach has been delayed indefinitely.
The city’s Environmental Advisory Board was scheduled to review the proposal for 2600 N. Ocean Blvd.
By Sallie James
A plan to build a controversial 49-foot-tall, 14,270-square-foot duplex and a mansion on the north end of Boca Raton’s beach is slated for review Oct. 18 by the city’s Environmental Advisory Board.
The EAB advises the Planning and Zo
By Jane Smith
Commissioner Joe Casello thinks the time has come for Boynton Beach to allow dogs on its beach.
“We’ve taken our dog up to the Jupiter beach and he really loves it,” Casello said. “There’s nothing close by.” His family has a Cairn terrie
in every unit to take advantage of the views.
By Dan Moffett
Don’t ask Joseph A. McMillan Jr. how many units he’s sold at 3550 South O
By Dan Moffett
Developer Gary Cohen came to the April town meeting in South Palm Beach armed with two lawyers, an architect, an assistant and a 5-foot wooden pole.
Cohen and his Paragon Acquisition Group want to build a six-story condominium
stretching up to 75 feet out into the ocean. This conceptual drawing shows the groins uncovered,
but they will be buried under 7 feet of sand. The sand will gradually wash a
By Tim O’Meilia
Oceanfront Manalapan residents made crystal clear they want no part of the regional beach management program designed to make approval of new renourishment projects smoother and quicker.
In an email and snail mail survey of th
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