Monday, December 9, 2019

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Giants Football Star Helps Out Wellington Families In Need

As a food service employee at Wellington Landings Middle School, Denise McClinton found herself in the lunchroom a little later than usual on Thursday, Nov. 21, as she stood before the 200 frozen turkeys her son purchased.

WHS Soccer Girls Avenge Last Year’s Playoff Loss To Park Vista

On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the Wellington High School girls soccer team hosted Park Vista High School in a much-anticipated matchup. The Wolverines shut out the Cobras 2-0. The victory came amid an intense motivation...

Keiser Seahawks Fall To Visiting Cumberlands 28-24 In Playoffs

The Keiser University football program continued to make history Saturday, Nov. 23 in front of a capacity crowd by hosting the first round of the NAIA playoffs in just its second official season. The Seahawks fell 28-24...

Wellington Youth Lacrosse Hosting Free Clinic For Kids Dec. 6

After 10 years of bringing the sport of lacrosse to local children, the Wellington Wolfpack is offering a special clinic on Friday, Dec. 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Village Park (11700 Pierson Road) so interested...

B&G Club Receives Grant From Jacobs Family Foundation

The Neil S. Hirsch Family Boys & Girls Club welcomed Wellington Village Council members and special guest Katie Jacobs Robinson on Wednesday, Nov. 20 to celebrate the receipt of a $35,000 grant from the Jacobs Family Foundation...

Angry Residents Descend On ITID Over New PBC Truck Rules

More than 100 Acreage truckers, friends of truckers and others who were angry about the new Palm Beach County vehicle code prohibiting heavy trucks and semis parking in view on their property showed up at the Wednesday,...

Longtime Wellington Preschools Get New Owners, New Name

After more than 40 years serving the families of Wellington, Little Place and Little Place Too are now under new ownership and have a new name. New owners Frank and Olivia Toral have rebranded the longstanding preschools...

Troop 4125 Seeks Community Help For Wreaths Across America

Wellington’s Troop 4125 — an all-female troop affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America — is joining a nationwide program designed to honor and remember the fallen during the holiday season. The South Florida...

Groves Council Approves Questions For March 17 Referendums

The Loxahatchee Groves Town Council approved the final reading Tuesday, Nov. 19 of proposed charter amendments to be placed on the ballot for approval by voters. The council also approved the preliminary reading of proposals that would...

St. Rita Receives Architectural Approval For New Parish Hall

A 20-minute meeting of Wellington’s Architectural Review Board on Wednesday, Nov. 20 was all the time needed to approve the building elevations, exterior colors, materials and site amenities for the proposed replacement parish hall at St. Rita...

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Town Hall Forum Educates Parents On Issues Facing Teens

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Palm Beach Balloon Festival Fills The Sky Over IPC

The Palm Beach Balloon Festival was held on Friday, Nov. 29 through Sunday, Dec. 1 at the International Polo Club Palm Beach...

ITID Opens Impoundment Area For Special Fishing Day

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors offered fishing lovers an exclusive, one-day-only opportunity to cast their lines in the M-2...

Groves Committee Members Discuss Priorities At Joint Meeting

The first joint meeting of the Loxahatchee Groves Roadways, Equestrian, Trails & Greenway Advisory Committee (RETGAC) and the Financial Accounting & Audit...