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Young Singers Preparing For Spring Concert May 12

Youthful voices are preparing to sing joyfully in harmony as part of the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches’ annual spring concert. This year’s concert, “The Melody Within,” will be on Saturday, May 12 from 7 to 10 p.m....

Policy Changes Likely In Wake Of Wellington Audit

Policies for spending in Wellington could change after a report released last week by the Palm Beach County Inspector General’s Office raised questions about whether several purchases served a public purpose. “We will be taking the matter to the council,”...

Chili Cook-Off Returns To The Acreage Saturday

The Acreage Music & Chili Cook-Off is coming to Acreage Community Park on Saturday, April 21, with more bounce houses, more music, more chili entries and more fun than ever, said organizer Robert Trepp. The event will have a full...

Zoners OK Plan To Sell Equestrian Club Rec Site

Wellington’s Planning, Zoning & Adjustment Board unanimously recommended approval of a master plan amendment Wednesday that would allow a home on what is currently a polo field along Lake Worth Road. The item was heard at a special meeting Wednesday...

P.W. Hospital CEO Eric Goldman Settling Into Job

Eric Goldman told the Town-Crier this week that he is settling in comfortably as the new CEO at Palms West Hospital. Goldman took over the post last month, replacing Bland Eng, who took a position at another HCA medical facility,...

Several Acreage Homes Report Mailbox Vandalism

APRIL 7 — Several residents of 40th Street North called the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office’s Acreage/Loxahatchee substation last Saturday morning to report acts of vandalism. According to four separate PBSO reports, the victims woke to discover that someone...

LGWCD: Investigate Complaint From PBSO E-mail

The Loxahatchee Groves Water Control District Board decided Monday to call for third-party inquiries into a letter sent to Gov. Rick Scott from a Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office e-mail address that alleged board mismanagement and corruption in the...

Wellington Seeks Equestrian Input

As Wellington begins to update its Equestrian Master Plan, residents — equestrians or not — are invited to provide input during two public forums this month. On Monday, April 16 and Monday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m., residents can voice...

RPB OKs Plan To Assess Properties For Drainage

The Royal Palm Beach Village Council approved a stormwater utility ordinance Thursday, April 5 that would assess homes and businesses for the amount of rainwater that runs off their property. Public Works Director Paul Webster said the intent is to...

Wellington Leaves Inspector General Lawsuit

Wellington pulled out of the lawsuit challenging the funding of Palm Beach County’s Office of the Inspector General on Tuesday after a unanimous decision by the newly constituted Wellington Village Council. Last year, Wellington joined 15 municipalities in a lawsuit...

Royal Palm Beach Agrees To Build A Skate Park

The Royal Palm Beach Village Council decided last week to include construction of a skateboard and inline skate park in its five-year capital plan. On Thursday, April 5, the council agreed to support the park and work with local skaters...

Most Of The Acreage Would Fit In Rooney’s District

During a legislative update at the Indian Trail Improvement District meeting Wednesday, State Rep. Pat Rooney (R-District 83) announced that his newly drawn district will cover almost all of The Acreage. “We were tasked with redistricting, which we do every...

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ITID Board OKs Staff Working On Gate Connecting M-1 Impoundment To Corbett

The Indian Trail Improvement District Board of Supervisors agreed Wednesday, July 21 for district staff to continue working with...