August 17, 2017 RSS feed / Top News

ON THE LINKS

PGA HOPE helps vets assimilate through golfing

An organization that provides veterans with the opportunity to learn golf as a form of therapy that also enhances their assimilation back into civilian life has received a $40,000 boost from an event at the Lost Tree Club in North Palm Beach.  More...

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Mercedes AMG C43 is the new ultimate middleman

Somewhere between fantasy and cold hard reality is the Mercedes-Benz AMG C43 Coupe. Priced at $56,495, it represents a midpoint — about $12K less can purchase a base C-Class coupe, and $12K more will provide the ultimate turbo V8 versions. More...

Call to artists: ArtiGras accepting online applications

The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce is accepting artists’ applications at zapplication.org for the upcoming Feb. 17-19 ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival in Jupiter.  More...

Palm Beach Gardens hosts ’80s entertainment Aug. 18

In celebration of the last of its summer movie series, the city of Palm Beach Gardens is hosting “Flashback to the ’80s” starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18, at Veterans Plaza Amphitheater, 10500 N. Military Trail.  More...

Special Sections

Business News

Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center welcomes new CEO

Dianne Goldenberg seemed destined for a career in the healthcare field. More...

MONEY & INVESTING

Car rental company stock prices crushed by app-driven services, high debt

Probably the greatest aspect of financial markets — and the most frustrating from an investor’s perspective — is that they are efficient. When a company is doing well, its stock goes higher. More...

Marinelife Day offers fun, education

Each season, they return to Palm Beach Gardens in an arribada of sorts. No, we’re not talking about sea turtles — we’re talking about the fans of sea turtles, who gather each year for Marinelife Day at The Gardens Mall. More...

FLORIDA WRITERS

A penetrating look at forgotten horrors of America’s Revolutionary War

Lynn University Professor Robert P. Watson makes reading history a totally engaging experience. More...

Florida Artists Group exhibition comes to Palm Beach County

Every year since 1949, the Florida Artists Group has held a symposium and member exhibition in a different Florida city. More...

Oxbridge student helps unlock mystery of toxic algae bloom

When people ask Robbie Linck, a senior at Oxbridge Academy, how he spent his summer vacation, they won’t get the usual answer of a family trip or a part-time job. More...

University Women announce meeting schedule at library

The Northern Palm Beach County Branch of American Association of University Women meets monthly at 6:30 p.m. More...

Jupiter engineer creates bottle warmer for families on the go

They say necessity is the mother of invention. That was certainly the case when Eric and Elyse Schwartz brought twins into the world. More...

Real Estate News

Tropical golf paradise

Imagine enjoying all the amenities of an exclusive resort destination at this spectacular courtyard home in Frenchman’s Creek. The main house and two-room guest suite surround the tropically landscaped pool, spa and waterfall. More...

Arts & Entertainment News

STAR POWER

Kravis Center banks on Broadway, big names for next season.

LEE BELL BELIEVES IF YOU CAN’T FIND SOMETHING to like in the Kravis Center’s upcoming season of drama, music and dance events, you’re simply not trying. More...

Part 2: The Florida Weekly Writing Challenge

The first phase of the 2017 Florida Weekly Writing Challenge inspired 147 people from Venice to Marco Island to Jupiter and even one man from Texas (he was vacationing and picked up a copy of the paper in West Palm Beach) to pen an original short sto More...

HAPPENINGS

Mandel Library wants to ensure scholastic success

School is back in session, and parents and students are putting a plan in place for a successful 2017-18 school year. The Mandel Public Library wants to help. More...