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Doug Levine, manager of the South Central Regional Wastewater Treatment plant, checks on one of the trio of million-gallon secondary clarifier tanks where solids are removed from sewage. About 17 million g
(This is the last in a series of stories about how different cultures mark the New Year.)
By Janis Fontaine
In our look at New Year’s celebrations from around the world, we’ve included holidays recognized by millions — and others celebrated by just
By Jane Smith
The Delray Beach
The Chinese Association of Science, Education and Culture of South Florida will sponsor dancers at the Boca celebration Feb. 18. Photo provided by wangweijiang
(This is the second in an occasional series on how various cultures celebrate the new ye
327 Royal Palm, a 100-foot-tall, 24-unit condo just south of East Palmetto Park Road, is among the smallest of the new buildings. Only about 17 percent of space available for downtown development remains. Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Florida Atlantic University President John Kelly was the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club’s special guest at the monthly meeting. Kelly discussed his background, changes implemented since his arrival on campus and plans for the future. Questions from the au
A moving and powerful documentary about temple member Michelle Brandfon’s family’s experience highlighted the monthly series. Titled ‘No Place on Earth,’ the film shares the story of Jews ages 2 to 78 who survived the Holocaust by going underground a
By Ron Hayes
Five hundred years ago, a Spanish explorer named Juan Ponce de Leon set sail from Puerto Rico, in search of new lands to conquer.
On April 2, 1513, he discovered what appeared to be an island, and named it Florida.
South Palm Beach music lovers will no longer have a choice of two nights to watch their favorite performers, as the town’s cultural committee decided to cut the traditional back-to-back performances to a single night for each artist in
At the height of the real estate boom, news that a new developer was stepping in to complete a 30-townhouse, 40-condo project might have been greeted with a long stretch and a yawn.
But it’s not 2005 anymore.
So city officials here
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