June 22, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

BEHIND THE WHEEL

There’s more to the Encore than even Buick is telling you

Buick has done a great job of overcoming an image problem. Advertisements poke fun at its persona with people who don’t believe that attractive cars belong to the once-stodgy brand. More...

Prison inmates to train rescued dogs for service

In its effort to partner pets with people, Jupiter’s Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch has partnered with Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans to have rescued dogs trained at the Martin County Correctional Institution Work Camp. More...

Special Sections

Business News

Kind workplaces

Making nice to colleagues and clients part of the job

How “kind” is your workplace? Are your employees or coworkers stressed to the max, overly competitive and habitually secretive? Or are people open, communicative, helpful and friendly? More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Fed’s plan to shed bonds should concern all investors

When working on a fixed income derivatives desk, one of the most exciting days was Federal Reserve announcement day. More...

Wine is ...

We asked friends from the community to finish this sentence. “Wine is ...” We got some interesting replies.

”Wine is something I wish I could drink a lot of without gaining a pound.” — April Florio, Palm Beach, actress More...

Pirates, princesses headed to Roger Dean

The smallest of swashbucklers can strap on an eye patch while the littlest of lasses try on tiaras during an evening of enchantment and entertainment June 24 at Roger Dean Stadium. More...

ON THE LINKS

Son bests dad; Kennedy Jr. takes championship

This win put Junior 1-up on Senior. More...

Stonewall Ball’s 16th annual celebration set for June 24

Compass will host the annual Stonewall Ball at the Harriet Himmel Theater in CityPlace at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June   24. More...

Real Estate News

An Oasis on Singer Island

When only the best will do! Each Oasis residence on Singer Island offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. The floor plans were designed with attention to detail for two towers, each with only 19 residences.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

A mission to GROW

Lighthouse ArtCenter’s director looks ahead to building gallery/school’s outreach

A GALLERY REMODEL WAS AMONG THE FIRST TASKS undertaken during Nancy A. Politsch’s first year as executive director at Lighthouse ArtCenter. This year, the gallery’s exterior will be treated to a spruce-up, too. More...

Maltz rolls dice on ‘Guys and Dolls’

It’s a Frank Loesser classic. But young performers plan to show off their skills in this production of his most famous musical, “Guys and Dolls.” More...

HAPPENINGS

Photo Centre thinks big with Polaroid show

Think Polaroids are passé? More...