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UPDATE: ITID Gives GL Homes Tentative OK For New Carol Street Culvert

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors agreed 4-0 at a special meeting on Monday, July 15 to accept an offer by developer GL Homes to install a new culvert at the south end of Carol Street in...

UPDATE: Westlake Makes New Sexual Predator Restrictions Official

At a special meeting of the Westlake City Council on Tuesday, July 16, council members voted 3-0 to codify a change to the city’s sexual offender and sexual predator ordinance by approving its second reading. Mainly the change extends from...

Wellington’s Fire Station 25 Up For A Major Renovation

A Wellington fire station built in 1979 is nearly doubling in size under a planned renovation, creating more space for firefighters and paramedics and adding touches such as metal sloping roofs and a tower with the numeral 25. It is...

Two Attorneys Aim To Become County’s Next Public Defender

The winner of a Tuesday, Aug. 20 primary open to all voters will become the first public defender besides the retiring Carey Haughwout to hold that title in Palm Beach County in nearly a quarter century. The race pits a...

ITID Board Meets Monday To Consider New Culvert Option

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting Monday, July 15 in an attempt resolve frustrations over the board’s April decision to remove a culvert at the south end of Carol Street in the...

Groves Council Gets Overview Of Challenging Budget Cycle

The Loxahatchee Groves Town Council heard a staff presentation Tuesday, July 2 overviewing what is expected to be a difficult budget for fiscal year 2025. At the meeting, the council set the TRIM (truth-in-millage) rates for the town’s solid waste...

Skillets Now Open In The Courtyard Shops On Wellington Trace

Skillets of Wellington held its grand opening celebration on Tuesday, July 9. Now open in the Courtyard Shops at 13860 Wellington Trace, located at the corner of Wellington Trace and Greenview Shores Blvd., it is Skillets’ 16th location in...

Three Attorneys Seeking Vacant Seat On County Court Bench

BY LINDA GRASSO Voters countywide will take part in an election to fill a rare open seat on the Palm Beach County Court bench next month. The vacancy in the Group 2 seat follows the retirement of County Court Judge...

Westlake Revamps Its HAPPY Program To Focus On ‘Heroes’

The Westlake City Council passed a resolution at their Tuesday, July 2 meeting that will allow more first-time homebuyers to tap into a $4.3 million treasure chest of benefits. Under the changes to the city’s Housing Assistance Purchase Program Yearly...

Baxter Plans July 25 Forum For ITID Seats, Local House Districts

Palm Beach County Commissioner Sara Baxter will host a candidate forum Thursday, July 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Royal Palm Beach Cultural Center, located at 151 Civic Center Way in Royal Palm Beach. Candidates for Indian Trail Improvement District...

Westlake Putting More Distance Between Predators And Kids

There will be a special meeting of the Westlake City Council on Tuesday, July 16 at 5:30 p.m. to codify a change to the municipality’s sexual offender and sexual predator ordinance. Mainly, the change extends from 1,000 feet to 2,500...

Erica Blvd. Opens As New Connection From Southern To State Road 7

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Saturday, June 29 to celebrate the official opening of Erica Blvd., which connects Southern Blvd. to State Road 7 through the future Tuttle Royale development, which includes several residential and commercial projects.

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UPDATE: ITID Gives GL Homes Tentative OK For New Carol Street Culvert

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors agreed 4-0 at a special meeting on Monday, July 15 to...