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10162800071?profile=RESIZE_710xMia Bonutti, a senior at Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach, stands inside the 30-foot camper she renovated for her independent study project, which allowed her to tackle a real-life topic of interest. She hopes to donate the RV to an organization t

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10162795087?profile=RESIZE_710xCats have delicate systems and can become ill if their diets change abruptly. This is an issue because of pandemic-related shortages, rising prices and shipping delays. Photo provided

By Arden Moore

Since the pandemic began two-plus years ago, grocer

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10065877900?profile=RESIZE_710xEven on a cool, foggy morning like Jan. 28, Old Ocean Boulevard is busy with pedestrians, pets, bicyclists and occasional motor vehicle traffic. Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star

By Joe Capozzi

Ocean Ridge officials are seeking volunteers to serve on a ta

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By Mary Thurwachter

The holidays became a bit merrier for general employees of the town of Lantana in December after the Town Council voted to gift them one-time bonuses of up to $2,000 and 1.5% salary increases.
The bonuses and salary increases are

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9764500052?profile=RESIZE_584xClay Pape, a worker at Delray Beach Memorial Gardens, marks a place for a headstone. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

By Joe Capozzi

The hearses and cars kept coming. 
Under a cloudy October sky, they crawled in groups through the gates of Delray Beach M

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By Joe Capozzi 

Ocean Ridge officials are planning to spend the town’s chunk of American Rescue Plan Act money on replacing the problematic aging water pipes on the north end of town. 
Of the roughly 76,500 linear feet of water mains in Ocean Ridge,

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By Charles Elmore

Debates about how to grapple with COVID-19’s receding but not extinguished risks are hardly producing lockstep policies among Palm Beach County’s southern coastal communities as they sort through a dizzying flurry of federal, state

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8733425495?profile=RESIZE_710xCharles Milling and his son, Ellis, who was born last April during the pandemic shutdown. Photo provided

By Janis Fontaine

Is it too soon to call the coronavirus a gift?

For Charles Milling and millions of others, life slammed on its brakes a year a

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