April 24, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Hanley Center Foundation names five to board

The Hanley Center Foundation has elected five new members to the board of directors. More...

Palm Beach Gardens approves condos at Donald Ross, Prosperity

Fifteen acres at the southeast corner of Donald Ross Road and Prosperity Farms Road, extending to the Intracoastal Waterway and wrapping the Loggerhead Marina, has been approved by the city of Palm Beach Gardens for development of 113 condominium uni More...

Rotary Club names outstanding police department officers

The Rotary Club of the Northern Palm Beaches held its annual Police Recognition breakfast on Tuesday, April 15, where the club acknowledged outstanding officers and employees of the Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach and Jupiter police departments. More...

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Working the network

Local professionals share their strategies for meeting people and generating business

There are seemingly endless events at which fruitful business connections can be established. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

TANGLED UP IN Goo

Dolls bring a new album, new mindset to SunFest

A lot of the talk surrounding the Goo Goo Dolls as the band goes on tour this spring behind its latest album, “Magnetic” (and a new 5-song acoustic EP, “Warner Sound Sessions Live”) is centering on how life is better in the ba More...

Singer promises an evening of wit at Colony’s Royal Room cabaret

Fans of The Colony Hotel’s Royal Room cabaret had better brace themselves for an evening of wit as Jeff Harnar returns to the intimate Palm Beach venue May 2-3 and May 9-10. More...

COLLECTOR’S CORNER

¦ West Palm Beach Antique & Flea Market — If you’re in West Palm Beach, be sure to check out this market, open 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays on Narcissus Avenue, north of Banyan Boulevard in downtown West Palm Beach; 561-670-7473. More...

Cash is king as real estate recovers

There are five little numbers that equal big bucks in real estate: 33480. Homes in the town of Palm Beach, which bears that ZIP code, are selling in the millions. More...

C OMMENTARY

The rise of dumb and dumber

“Oligarchy” is not a word that steals with pussycat feet into the everyday patter of conversation. It rolls around in your mouth and off your tongue with a slightly operatic note. More...

Palm Beach County Food Bank names advancement director

Melissa Sullivan has been named Palm Beach County Food Bank director of advancement. Ms. Sullivan has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector in Palm Beach County, according to a written statement from the Food Bank. More...

Historical Society to feature author

Harvey E. Oyer III will be the guest at the Palm Beach Gardens Historical Society’s May program. Mr. More...

Jewish Federation hosts IsraelDays, celebrating Jewish culture

The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County will host IsraelDays, a celebration of Jewish culture, April 27 through May 6. More...

Real Estate News

A customized treasure

THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND CUSTOM HOME OFFERS A guesthouse and a four-car garage on .60 acres. The home at 5482 Pennock Point Road, Jupiter, includes many upgrades throughout a spacious, open floor plan that flows seamlessly. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

College costs soar while value comes into question

Most parents dream of having their children graduate from college — at least until runaway costs and an unwelcoming labor market both became realities during the recent recession. More...

KOVEL: ANTIQUES

Technology makes way for antique desks

Technology has changed the furniture we live with. Tables and desks had to change to accommodate modern, large and often clumsy electronics. More...