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Lawyer Turned Pastor Forms New Church In Wellington

here’s a new nondenominational Christian church in the community called Promise Life Chapel. Its first service will be Sunday, Sept. 17 at the Wellington...

Law Change Means Earlier Election Qualifying Dates

Due to a recent change in Florida law, municipalities across Palm Beach County will need to change their election qualifying dates, moving them back...

$10,000 Reward For Information About Home Invasion In RPB

Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County is offering a $10,000 reward for information regarding a home invasion Thursday, July 6 on the 200 block...

Inspector General Funding Argument Still Dragging On

BY PAUL GABA The endless debate over funding Palm Beach County’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) continues to be a back-and-forth match with no...

Loxahatchee Man Giving Away Hundreds Of Hybrid Flowering Trees

There’s a flowering tree project taking place in Loxahatchee’s White Fences community, and Adam Pollak is the mastermind behind the idea. In what is officially...

Indian Trail’s Community Garden Project A Blooming Success

The Community Garden at the Indian Trail Improvement District’s Hamlin Park has become a mecca for residents desiring to grow their own produce. Participants will...

More PBSO Services Could Bring Higher Taxes In Lox Groves

Property owners in Loxahatchee Groves are likely to see a significant tax increase in fiscal year 2017-18 due to an increase in their public...

No Easy Solutions For Wellington’s Equestrian Waste Issue

BY PAUL GABA Another equestrian season has come and gone, but a heavy issue remains an unsolved byproduct in Wellington: What to do with all...

Wellington’s ‘Dragon Lady’ Eyes World Championships In China

BY RANDA GRIFFIN Shortly after her family moved to China in 2000, Debi Yohn was bitten by “the dragon” and joined a woman’s dragon boating...

Royal Palm Drafts $49 Million Budget For Fiscal Year 2017-18

The Village of Royal Palm Beach unveiled its proposed budget for fiscal year 2017-18 on Friday, June 30. The village will spend nearly $49...