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Good Movies Need Great Writing And Amazing Storytelling

‘I’ On Culture Why has this summer’s box office been the worst in years? There have been some good movies, actually some really good movies,...

Hurricanes Are Super Exciting… Until They’re Suddenly Not

THE SONIC BOOMER Well, that was fun. Nothing like a good hurricane to reset your priorities. Just when you’re feeling confident, like you’ve got it all...

Personal Ponies Shares The Love With Special Patients

Tales From The Trails  Sandra Seiden is the driving force behind the local chapter of Personal Ponies, part of a unique national nonprofit charity. The...

My Antiques Business Is Great, And That’s A Problem

THE SONIC BOOMER I’m writing this as I sit at my desk in the back of my antiques mall. And, lest you get the wrong...

Wellington News

Manager: Wellington Slowly Returning To Normal After Irma

Village Manger Paul Schofield gave a post-Hurricane Irma report during the Wellington Village Council meeting...

Wellington Rotary Club Ceremony Aims To Start A Peaceful Dialogue

The Rotary Club of Wellington will host its annual Rotary Peace Ceremony in support of...

Beacon Of Hope 5K Seeks To Help Families Touched By Cancer

The Beacon of Hope Foundation was founded by Wellington residents Andrea and Kevin Enterlein after...

Storm Readiness Is Key, Urges Wellington’s Village Manager

Wellington officials are urging all residents to get as prepared as possible for Hurricane Irma,...

Restaurant Brings Lunch To Local Fire Station

The Olive Garden restaurant in Wellington delivered lunch to Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue Station 30...

Royal Palm Beach News

RPB Manager Relieved As Village Escapes Irma With Little Damage

Some broken branches, damaged fences and downed trees describe the majority of Hurricane Irma’s wrath...

In Irma’s Shadow, Royal Palm Officials Advise Being Prepared

The Village of Royal Palm Beach has spent much of the past week preparing for...

Chabad Of RPB Ribbon Cutting For Media Room

The Chabad Jewish Center of Royal Palm Beach held a grand opening celebration of the...

Royal Palm Beach’s Western Academy Shines On School Ranking List

Western Academy Charter School in Royal Palm Beach was recently revealed to be among the...

Jamaican Gospel Singer To Headline Church Fundraiser

Royal Palm Covenant Church will host a fundraising concert featuring well-known Jamaican gospel singer Kevin...

Acreage/Loxahatchee News

The Acreage Sustains Less Damage, Flooding Than Forecast

  The Acreage survived Hurricane Irma with far less damage than anticipated and little flooding, according...

Roads Clear In Loxahatchee Groves But Much Cleanup Remains

The Town of Loxahatchee Groves survived Hurricane Irma, clearing all the roads so they were...

Lion Country Safari’s New Baby Won’t Stay Small For Long

There’s a new baby at Lion Country Safari, and she’s already about the average height...

ITID And Lox Groves Hunker Down For Hurricane Irma

The Indian Trail Improvement District and the Town of Loxahatchee Groves have made the necessary...

LGWCD Board Could Change Election Schedule To Match Town

If Hurricane Irma doesn’t prevent them, the Loxahatchee Groves Water Control District Board of Supervisors...