Monday, November 18, 2019

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Al Paglia Seeks A Return To Public Service

Former Councilman Al Paglia hopes voters share his vision for Wellington and vote Tuesday, March 13 to return him to the Wellington Village Council. “Living in Wellington reaffirmed in my mind why I wanted to move here,” he said. “It’s...

Wellington OKs Bid For New Boys & Girls Club

The Wellington Boys & Girls Club is getting a new home after the Wellington Village Council unanimously approved a $3.6 million construction contract Tuesday, Feb. 28. The new digs, which will be built adjacent to Wellington’s water treatment plant site...

Ken DeLaTorre: Focus On Land-Planning Experience

With 13 years of experience in land-planning issues, Ken DeLaTorre believes that he has the proper expertise to serve on the Royal Palm Beach Village Council. DeLaTorre joins Selena Smith and Jeff Hmara in the race for the council’s Seat...

Friends, School Honor Accident Victim Daniel McCauley

People remember his smile, faint but always prevalent. But mostly, 17-year-old Daniel McCauley is remembered for being an all-around great kid, with a lot going for him. A Palm Beach Central High School junior, he was on the varsity football...

Six Area Teachers Are Dwyer Finalists

Six local teachers are among the 25 finalists for this year’s Dwyer Awards for Excellence in Education. Candidates will go for interviews before a panel of judges this Saturday, and winners will be selected in five categories: Elementary Education, Middle...

Jeff Hmara: Government And HOA Experience

Jeff Hmara believes that his lifetime of military and government experience, coupled with his years of work with his local homeowners’ association, make him the top pick for voters selecting a new member of the Royal Palm Beach Village...

New ‘Central Palm Beach County Chamber’ Is Born

With a new name, a new logo and a new brand, the Palms West and Greater Lake Worth chambers of commerce officially announced their long-planned merger at a luncheon Monday, Feb. 27. Now known as the Central Palm Beach County...

Groves Candidates Meet At LGLA Election Forum

Issues concerning Okeechobee Blvd. and commercial development were hot topics Thursday, Feb. 23 as Loxahatchee Groves Town Council Seat 3 candidates Ryan Liang and Byrnes Guillaume tackled the town’s tough issues during a debate hosted by the Loxahatchee Groves...

Matt Willhite Proud Of First Term Accomplishments

Wellington Vice Mayor Matt Willhite hopes voters remember his record of accomplishments as they head to the polls Tuesday, March 13, when Willhite is seeking re-election to Wellington Village Council Seat 4. “I’m running on a record,” he said. “I...

Wellington Candidates Speak At Chamber Lunch

Members of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity to meet most of the candidates seeking election to the Wellington Village Council at a luncheon held Wednesday, Feb. 22 at the Wanderers Club. The luncheon gave candidates a chance...

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Back To Basics Continues Angel Program Tradition

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Chariots Of Love Presents PBCHS Student With New Wheels

The mission of the nonprofit organization Chariots of Love is simple — to provide free wheelchairs and wheelchair repairs for mobility-challenged children...

Garden Of Hope Nears Completion At Acreage Park

The Garden of Hope at Acreage Community Park is landscaped and near ready for opening — along with the general opening of...

Crestwood Middle School Hosts Veterans Day Appreciation Event

Crestwood Middle School held a tribute ceremony to honor both veterans and those still serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on Friday,...

Basketball Court Project Gets Underway At Tiger Shark Cove

The Village of Wellington held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new basketball court at Tiger Shark Cove Park on Tuesday, Nov. 12...