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Wellington Board OKs Plans For Restaurant At Wellington Green

BY JACK LOWENSTEIN Wellington’s Architectural Review Board met Wednesday, Feb. 15 and approved the components that architects have designed for the new Lemongrass Asian Bistro...

Seminole Ridge Salutes 540 Newly Minted Graduates

Seminole Ridge High School graduated 540 seniors at commencement exercises held Monday, May 22 at the South Florida Fairgrounds Expo Center. Principal Dr. James Campbell...

Central Palm Beach County Chamber Holds Annual Gala, Biz Awards

The Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual gala and business of the year Awards on Saturday, May 20 at the...

RPBHS Officials Celebrate ‘Brilliant’ Class Of 2017

Royal Palm Beach High School’s Class of 2017 was “brilliant,” as Principal Jesus Armas would call them during his commencement speech on Monday, May...

Realtors Take The Runway Fashion Show To Aid Hospice

On Wednesday, June 14, Realtors Take the Runway 2017, a fashion show and luncheon, will take place from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at...

Wellington Budget Focuses On Roads And Canal Projects

Wellington officials have proposed a fiscal year 2016-17 budget of $89.6 million, up $4.2 million from the current year’s $85.5 million, enabled largely by...

Acreage Community Jam Will Bring Crowds To Park Saturday, Sept. 20

The Acreage Community Jam returns to Acreage Community Park on Saturday, Sept. 20, and it will feature new and different local performers who have...

Lox Groves And Indian Trail Prepared For Hurricane Season

Loxahatchee Groves and The Acreage have unique challenges in preparing for a hurricane due to large properties and miles of canals to keep clear. “I’m...

Board OKs Design For Joe DiMaggio Pediatric Center

Wellington’s Architectural Review Board approved a request for elevations and signage Wednesday, May 17 for the planned Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital at Memorial Pediatric...

Races Heating Up For Seats On The Indian Trail Board

At least one of two races for seats on the Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors will likely be thrown into the Aug....