Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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County Commission Asks Governor To Relax COVID-19 Restrictions

UPDATE: Mayor Dave Kerner met with Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday, Sept. 3 and delivered a letter requesting to move Palm Beach County to Phase 2. Palm Beach County sent the letter and the County's Incremental Phase...

Wellington Fashion Entrepreneurs Featured In New TV Series On Discovery Channel

In the South Florida heat, many busy executives often resort to sneaking off and changing shirts after their morning dress shirt wilts in the sweltering sun of the day. Wellington resident Matteo Ferrer noticed the problem as...

‘Warrior’ Author Jessica Duemig Believes Attitude Is Everything When Battling Breast Cancer

As an account services rep for a major advertising agency with offices in Miami and throughout the world, Wellington High School graduate Jessica Duemig was a career-driven 32-year-old. She was a sports marketing expert going someplace certain...

WRMC Staff Enjoys A Meal Courtesy Of Wellington Community Foundation

BY MIKE MAY The Wellington Community Foundation worked with the Village of Wellington and Agliolio Italian Bistro on Thursday, Aug. 20 to provide a much-needed and much-appreciated meal for all the employees at Wellington...

Wellington Renews PBSO Contract Amid Glowing Crime Report

The Wellington Village Council unanimously renewed its contract with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday, Aug. 25, hearing a positive and upbeat report from PBSO District 8 Capt. Rolando Silva. Silva presented...

ITID Seeks Public Comment On Four Grant Requests

The Indian Trail Improvement District is seeking public comment on four projects that the district hopes to secure millions of dollars in grant money to complete. If approved, the grants from the Florida Department...

Wellington Council Finalizes Regulations For Vacation Rentals

Modified zoning text amendments to regulate vacation rentals in Wellington have worked their way through public hearings at the Wellington Village Council, and the ordinance was officially approved on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The key...

COVID-19 Impact Requires Wellington To Plug Budget Hole

COVID-19 costs are adding up at the Village of Wellington, and revenues are suffering to the point that the current budget for fiscal year 2019-20, with little more than 30 days left in it, had to be...

Alonso: County Is Turning The Corner On Virus Positivity Rate

The local COVID-19 positivity rate is slowly going down, showing Palm Beach County’s success at bringing the pandemic under control, Florida Department of Health-Palm Beach County Director Dr. Alina Alonso said this week. At...

Unusual School Year Kicks Off Monday With Distance Learning

Students in the Palm Beach County School District will begin the 2020-21 school year on Monday, Aug. 31 through distance learning initially due to COVID-19. However, there are plans to give students the option to return to...

Primary With Few Surprises Sets The Stage For November Races

The Tuesday, Aug. 18 primary election set the stage for fall’s general election, although there were few big surprises. In the closely watched race for the 15th Judicial Circuit Court Group 30 seat, it...

Royal Palm Council Approves Change To Cypress Key Site Plan

The Royal Palm Beach Village Council approved a site plan modification on Thursday, Aug. 20 for a 1.56-acre parcel at the 35.23-acre Cypress Key mixed use development from day care to medical professional office space, over the...

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Kids Enjoy A ‘Down On The Farm’ Visit At DelMar

Hundreds of children have had their lives colored with memories of Duncan and Dennis and Bella and...

VIDEO: Aero Club Drive Pathway Improvements Project

The Village of Wellington updates residents on the Aero Club Drive Pathway Improvements Project.

Schools To Re-Open Monday Under Continuing Phase 2 Restrictions

At a press conference held at the Emergency Operations Center, Palm Beach County Mayor Dave Kerner announced on Friday, Sept. 18 that...

I’m Meant For The Vagabond Life, But Now I’m Stuck With My Phone

THE SONIC BOOMER  Although I’m not as careful as my sister, who only leaves her house once a month...

ITID Pulls Support For Citrus Grove Trunk Or Treat Due To COVID-19

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, Sept. 16 withdrew its support for the popular Citrus Grove Blvd. Trunk...