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Marty Thomas does not feel inspiring ... more
Despite rumors to the contrary, former Hollywood stuntman Gordie Peer is alive. more
City officials provided residents of Palm Beach County with information on Covid-19 vaccinations during a press briefing on Aug. 9.  more
Nobody ever said family life was a breeze ... yet few are prepared for the gale force impact that hurricanes can pack… more
Two special commission meetings took place on Wednesday to discuss city manager recruitment, interim city attorney and city attorney’s contract.  Florida City and County Management … more
BELLE GLADE -- Twenty-Seven young men and women have participated in a four-week boot camp … more
BELLE GLADE -- Students and families are welcomed to attend the Back to School Resource Bash to collect resources for the upcoming school year.   more
Several months ago, received a request from a Marine... more
BELLE GLADE -- The School District of Palm Beach County’s Department of Adult Education will be holding two open houses and registrations for recent graduates to learn more about … more
Arden Lifestyle Director Donald Smith recently issued a pamphlet of nine activities to help parents transition their kids into their summertime routine. Arden is South Florida’s only … more
WEST PALM BEACH - Damon Weaver, the KEC Canal Point Elementary School student who famously interviewed President Barack Obama in 2009, has died at the age of 23. more
Stories from the past: Weaver lands Obama interview more
BELLE GLADE – The Belle Glade community celebrated the opening of a new Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County facility on March 31. more
OKEECHOBEE – If you’re in the market for some puppy love, check out the Trail of Hope rescue in Okeechobee. more
The eaglets are growing! This is a recent photo of the Bald Eagle and the growing chicks photographed at Culvert 12 at Herbert Hoover Dike more
Termites cause $5 billion a year in damage to structures across America more
A few miles southeast of Lake City, a 439-acre pristine sandhill ecosystem thrives. more
A team of scientists is embarking on a two-year project to forecast how invasive species might roam beyond Florida more
A team of scientists from the University of Florida and elsewhere hopes to restore a polluted estuary in north Florida... more
University of Florida researchers have teamed up with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission more
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