Z’s slimming healthy salad
#TastyThursday – Z’s slimming healthy salad
Posted 6 days ago

Bathing suit season is here; time to eat clean and healthy.
Are you trying to fit in your prom dress, wedding…

#TastyThursday – Z’s slimming healthy salad
55th Annual Delray Affair
Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Laun…
Posted 7 days ago

Karen Granger, President & CEO of The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce, today announced Donate a Dollar, an on-site…

Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce Laun…
#TurtleThursday – Turtle Walks
#TurtleThursday – Museum of Discovery and Sci…
Posted 7 days ago

The Museum of Discovery and Science invites families to participate in an exciting evening of sea turtle discovery and wonder!…

#TurtleThursday – Museum of Discovery and Sci…
Letter to the editor: April is Water Conservation Month
Letter to the editor: April is Water Conserva…
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In Florida, April is Water Conservation Month, a designation intended to heighten public awareness about the variety of ways we…

Letter to the editor: April is Water Conserva…
Enjoy free blintzes at TooJay’s for National Blintz Day
Enjoy free blintzes at TooJay’s for National …
Posted 7 days ago

TooJay’s, the restaurant known for its generous servings of homemade, New York deli favorites, is celebrating National Blintz Day with…

Enjoy free blintzes at TooJay’s for National …
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Princess Yasmin Aga Khan & Carleton Varney Host Another Sold-Out Rita Hayworth Luncheon Benefiting The Alzheimer’s Association

Princess Yasmin Aga Khan & Carleton Varney Host Another Sold-Out Rita Hayworth Luncheon Benefiting The Alzheimer’s Association

The Alzheimer’s Association, the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research, was the beneficiary of the third annual Rita Hayworth Luncheon held on March 10 at The Colony Hotel, Palm Beach. This special fundraising event was co-hosted by Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, the daughter of legendary movie star and dancer Rita Hayworth […]

County releases 2017 Homeless Point-in-Time Count Report

County releases 2017 Homeless Point-in-Time Count Report

The 2017 Homeless Point-in-Time Count, conducted during a 24-hour period on January 26-27 throughout Palm Beach County, identified that 1,607 individuals and families were homeless, according to the federal definition of homelessness, staying in places not meant for human habitation, in emergency shelter or residing in a transitional housing program. This year, the Point-in-Time Count […]

WPB Offers Martial Arts Classes for all Ages

WPB Offers Martial Arts Classes for all Ages

The City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation is offering Martial Arts classes for adults and kids at South Olive Community Center, 345 Summa Street. Chances are, you have seen someone participate in martial arts but you may not be aware of its many exercise benefits. No matter if you are interested […]

Taylor Materio

Local Family Promise Names New Board Chair and New Board Members

Family Promise of North/Central Palm Beach County announced three new board members, and according to the organization’s executive director, Rhonda Clinton, Taylor Materio has been appointed the incoming board president. New executive officers will include Kyle O’Neill, vice-president; Sherrill Disbury, second vice-president; Lesley Ann Sears, CPA, treasurer; and Peggy Marzilli, secretary.   Family Promise of […]

#WeatherWednesday – Your guide to our ever changing weather in South Florida

#WeatherWednesday – Your guide to our ever changing weather in South Florida

We are halfway through the week, but we have some big weather changes coming our way!   We’re starting off our #WeatherWednesday on a cool note, but temperatures will warm to the low 80s this afternoon. There will be plenty of sunshine to go around so make sure you have on a hat and sunscreen […]

Community Association News – Condo Criminal Penalties Bills, Fire Sprinkler Bill, and Estoppel Bill to be Heard in Committee this Week

Community Association News – Condo Criminal Penalties Bills, Fire Sprinkler Bill, and Estoppel Bill to be Heard in Committee this Week

This is a very busy week in the Florida Legislature as they consider many bills that will have an impact on all residents in the state, but especially those who live in an association. The good people at the Community Association Leadership Lobby just put out a summary of everything going in in Tallahassee, and […]