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FREE JACK NICKLAUS ICE CREAM at Downtown Abacoa on Friday night!

FREE JACK NICKLAUS ICE CREAM at Downtown Abacoa on Friday night!

  A partnership between Downtown Abacoa and Nicklaus Design and Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation is being celebrated with free ice cream Friday night in Jupiter’s Abacoa. A new mini-golf course in Downtown Abacoa is being designed by Nicklaus Design. The 100 free pints of Nicklaus ice cream are planned to be given away at Downtown Abacoa between 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Advanced...
TurtleFest is Saturday in Juno Beach

TurtleFest is Saturday in Juno Beach

The 14th Annual TurtleFest at Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach is planned for Saturday, Mar. 25 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. About 10,000 people are expected at the LMC on the east side of U.S. 1 just north of Donald Ross Road. More info at marinelife.org/turtlefest. Activities include: raffles and ocean-friendly activities (including seaside yoga and...
Race for rollout of self-driving cars in Florida is on

Race for rollout of self-driving cars in Florida is on

Now that self-driving cars are hitting the road for testing, the race to have a widespread roll-out in Florida is on. How and when that vision might become a reality was the central topic of a Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Riviera Beach Marina Event Center on Wednesday morning. RELATED: Are self-driving cars the solution to Gardens’ traffic headaches? Connected vehicles...
These 100-year-old twins didn’t get along much for 100 years

These 100-year-old twins didn’t get along much for 100 years

Editor’s Note: In 2015, Palm Beach Post reporter Staci Sturrock set out to tell a heartwarming story of two 100-year-old twins, who were born on March 27, 1915, celebrating their special centennial birthday. She found something quite different. One of the twins, Josephine Bencivenga, passed away a year after this story originally ran. If you’re here for a heartwarming story about the mysterious...
Life ‘unpredictable’ under Trump for local immigrants, attorneys say

Life ‘unpredictable’ under Trump for local immigrants, attorneys say

“Unpredictable.” In one word, that’s how Boca Raton attorney Isabel Castillo described President Donald Trump’s immigration policy. Castillo, speaking Tuesday as part of a panel at Palm Beach State College’s Spanish Language Celebration, said it’s difficult to give people legal advice when the president’s immigration policy changes so frequently. It&rsquo...
Timeline: Jupiter triple shootings on Feb. 5 to arrest on Mar. 20

Timeline: Jupiter triple shootings on Feb. 5 to arrest on Mar. 20

Jupiter police arrested the suspect six weeks after the shooting in Jupiter River Estates Probable cause affidavit Here’s the timeline showing the events leading to Monday’s arrest of Jupiter resident Christopher Vasata, 24, on charges of three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first degree murder with a firearm, and one count of a felon in possession of a firearm or...
Miami Dolphins make big donation to Perry Cohen Jupiter High project

Miami Dolphins make big donation to Perry Cohen Jupiter High project

(Courtesy of Perry Cohen Foundation) The Miami Dolphins Foundation has pledged $25,000to the Perry J. Cohen Wetlands Laboratory at Jupiter Community High School. The overall goal is to transform an existing storm-water retention pond at the front of the school on Military Trail into a wetlands habitat and outdoor classroom. See full story in The Palm Beach Post. “We are extremely grateful...
Jupiter triple murder timeline: How it has unfolded

Jupiter triple murder timeline: How it has unfolded

- Sunday, Feb. 5, 10:34 p.m.: Near the end of a Super Bowl party, shots are fired in the Jupiter River Estates neighborhood, north of Toney Penna Drive and east of Maplewood Drive, in Jupiter. Kelli J. Doherty, 20, of Tequesta; Brandi El-Salhy, 24, of Gainesville; and Sean P. Henry, 26, of Jupiter are shot and killed at 1105 Mohawk St. - About six minutes after the shooting, Palm Beach...

Spring break in Gardens: Three free or nearly-free activities for kids and teens

This picture of the carousel at Downtown at the Gardens by Jody Lane was a finalist in the digital manipulation category of Palm Beach Gardens’ first photo contest.
What TV sitcom celebrity is appearing at Maltz Jupiter Theater?

What TV sitcom celebrity is appearing at Maltz Jupiter Theater?

Although based on the memoirs of renowned striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee, the 1959 musical “Gypsy” was adapted for the stage by Arthur Laurents, who put the show’s focus on her driven mother, Mama Rose Hovick, who tried to live her dreams through her daughters. To direct the classic American musical at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, producing artistic director Andrew Kato tapped Marcia...
Davy Jones: Daughter reveals private Monkee five years after his death

Davy Jones: Daughter reveals private Monkee five years after his death

Five years ago, Davy Jones unexpectedly died after a heart attack at his horse ranch in western Martin County. Now, his daughter Annabel Jones is marking the anniversary by revealing the Monkee you didn’t know — the loving father who raised “independent, driven, outspoken girls.” RELATED: HOW DAVY JONES LIVED, LOVED AND DIED HERE The 28-year-old told Closer Weekly that Jones...
Melgen lawyers plan war of experts in Medicare fraud trial

Melgen lawyers plan war of experts in Medicare fraud trial

Having long argued that Palm Beach County ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen was an innovative physician, beloved by his patients for trying to restore their vision when other doctors gave up hope, his attorneys on Monday sought to discredit an expert who shored up prosecution claims that Melgen misdiagnosed patients to pad his wallet. Pointing to surveys Melgen gave his patients, defense attorney Matthew...
Jupiter Inlet gets annual dredging

Jupiter Inlet gets annual dredging

200-foot dredge boat vaccuums up sand through the hydraulic hose in the Jupiter Inlet (Photo/Jupiter Inlet District) Jupiter Beach Park is getting wider and the Jupiter Inlet is getting deeper. That 200-foot-long dredge boat in the inlet off DuBois Park is pulling up about 74,000 cubic yards of sand — about 4,100 dump truck loads — from the bottom of the Inlet. Dredging the Jupiter Inlet...
How close to completion is $650,000 Jupiter Inlet sand dredging?

How close to completion is $650,000 Jupiter Inlet sand dredging?

Jupiter Beach Park is getting wider and the Jupiter Inlet is getting deeper. That 200-foot-long dredge boat in the inlet off DuBois Park is pulling up about 74,000 cubic yards of sand — about 4,100 dump truck loads — from the bottom of the Inlet. Dredging the Jupiter Inlet during the winter is a regular procedure to give boaters passage to and from the Atlantic Ocean. When complete next...
A hit last year, outdoor movie night at Jupiter Lighthouse returns

A hit last year, outdoor movie night at Jupiter Lighthouse returns

Looking for something fun and fund-friendly in Jupiter? Residents can sit under the stars Saturday, April 8 next to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum and watch 16 short films highlighting efforts to preserve the environment. It was a hit last year with 500 people attending. The $10 ticket raises money for the Loxahatchee River Historical Society and the JILM. “People from all walks of life...

Mail-in ballots for new Gardens election now available

Rachelle Litt and Joe Russo Jr., candidates for the Group 5 Palm Beach Gardens City Council election The March 14 election is over, but voting isn’t finished for Palm Beach Gardens residents.

Find the best summer camp for your kids and score freebies in Gardens

Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens is hosting a summer camp expo in conjunction with Macaroni Kid of Palm Beach Gardens-Jupiter.
Expect single-lane closures on PGA near Turnpike in Gardens

Expect single-lane closures on PGA near Turnpike in Gardens

The Florida’s Turnpike entrance at PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens on October 14, 2016. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post) Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise is adding turn lanes on PGA Boulevard, so some road closures are in order in Palm Beach Gardens.
Luxury Gardens club gets $8 million for new restaurant, spa, upgrades

Luxury Gardens club gets $8 million for new restaurant, spa, upgrades

A luxury Palm Beach Gardens club is about to get $8 million in renovations, including a new golf short course and instruction area, a new restaurant, a renovated spa and a tennis club. Frenchman’s Reserve Country Club’s plans to reconfigure its golf course and preserve areas and update the amenities around its clubhouse were approved 5-0 by the Palm Beach Gardens City Council on March...
Two Jupiter cops fired for texting sexually explicit photos on duty

Two Jupiter cops fired for texting sexually explicit photos on duty

The two Jupiter police sergeants who exchanged sexually explicit photographs while on duty and clashed in an April 17, 2016 lover’s spat in front of a Jupiter waterfront restaurant have been fired. Amy Walling and Jason Vansteenburgh were on paid administrative leave during the internal investigation. Police Chief Frank Kitzerow recommended termination. Jupiter Town Manager Andy Lukasik agreed...
Three six-story residential buildings coming to Jupiter’s waterfront?

Three six-story residential buildings coming to Jupiter’s waterfront?

Consideration of Fisherman’s Wharf, a six-story waterfront residential development across from Harbourside Place, has been rescheduled until April 13 before the town’s planning and zoning commission. The plan calls for three residential buildings, about as tall as Harbourside Place and almost twice as high as the town code allows, on the west side of Intracoastal Waterway just north of...
Meet St. Louis Cardinal 3rd baseman Matt Carpenter in Jupiter

Meet St. Louis Cardinal 3rd baseman Matt Carpenter in Jupiter

Baseball fans can meet and have their photo taken with St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Matt Carpenter on Sunday, March 26 at Tommy Bahamas at Harbourside Place in Jupiter. The 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. event is free and open to the public. The first 75 guests get an autographed baseball. Tommy Bahamas plans to donate 10 percent of retail and restaurant sales on March 26 to Cardinals Care, a St. Louis...
BREAKING: West Palm man arrested in attack on Vietnam vet at store

BREAKING: West Palm man arrested in attack on Vietnam vet at store

A man wanted in an attack against a Vietnam War veteran last month was taken into custody Thursday night. Authorities arrested Raymond Anthony Lee, 35, of West Palm Beach in connection with a Feb. 20 altercation at the Advanced Auto Parts Store on 10th Street in Lake Park. He is accused of battery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. According the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office,...
Gardens church to make 485,000 meals for Middle East refugees

Gardens church to make 485,000 meals for Middle East refugees

Christ Fellowship is organizing another massive undertaking, this time to provide 485,000 meals for refugees from the Middle East.
Two Jupiter cops fired over sending pornograhic photos while on duty

Two Jupiter cops fired over sending pornograhic photos while on duty

The two Jupiter police sergeants officers who exchanged pornographic photographs while on duty and clashed in an April 17 lover’s spat in front of a Jupiter waterfront restaurant have been fired.
NEW: Jupiter girl, 14, slain 27 years ago; killer still at large

NEW: Jupiter girl, 14, slain 27 years ago; killer still at large

Twenty-seven years ago today, 14-year-old Rachel Hurley was raped and killed in Jupiter. Her killer has not been caught and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office admits there is no person of interest. But anyone out there that thinks they got away with murder might want to reconsider. “At the sheriff’s office, we don’t give up,” Detective William Springer...
Members get privileges at restaurant partly owned by Michael Jordan

Members get privileges at restaurant partly owned by Michael Jordan

1000 North on the Loxahatchee River in Jupiter is expected to open at the end of the year (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) The restaurant “will redefine the fine dining experience,” according to the brochure advertising for membership. Annual memberships at 1000 North are $2,500. Former NBA star Jordan is one of 13 owners in the 325-seat restaurant on the Loxahatchee River expected to open by the...
New Gardens condo owners get tour of JFK’s ‘Honey Fitz’ yacht

New Gardens condo owners get tour of JFK’s ‘Honey Fitz’ yacht

“Honey Fitz” the restored yacht enjoyed by five sitting U.S. presidents, including John F.
Are self-driving cars the solution to Gardens’ traffic headaches?

Are self-driving cars the solution to Gardens’ traffic headaches?

Imagine getting to the office in the morning and starting your day unscathed by the frustration of the commute — no gridlock, no honking, no being on the receiving end of a third-finger salute. This is the future Richard Brockway sees as imminent, once self-driving cars hit the road. He doubled down Wednesday on his prediction such cars could roll out in South Florida as early as next year,...
Lori Bonino to be Jupiter’s new interim town manager

Lori Bonino to be Jupiter’s new interim town manager

Lori Bonino, now Jupiter’s assistant town manager, is a resident of Abacoa. (Photo/Town of Jupiter) Lori Bonino, who has been Jupiter’s assistant town manager since April, 2013, becomes Jupiter town manager on March 19. Andy Lukasik, the current town manager, has resigned to become village manager of North Palm Beach. Lukasik has been town manager of Jupiter since 2004. His last day as...
Historic multi-media show planned Saturday at Jupiter Medical Center

Historic multi-media show planned Saturday at Jupiter Medical Center

The son of Patrick D. Smith, the author of A Land Remembered, plans to present a multimedia show about his father and the experiences that led him to write his book on Saturday, March 18 in Jupiter. The event is scheduled at 10 a.m. at the Rasco Education Center in the Jupiter Medical Center, 1210 Old Dixie Highway. The show by Rick Smith combines his own brand of humor and storytelling with videos...
Dining review: Peruvian perfection in Lake Park

Dining review: Peruvian perfection in Lake Park

Two years into its Lake Park adventure, Ceviche Arigato is no more pizzazz-y than when it first opened in a quiet, dim plaza. It’s still difficult to spot from busy Northlake Boulevard. One must drive well into the usually empty parking lot and reach the door to sense its presence. This is the way of hidden gems. Once inside, you will be welcomed warmly with a dish of pan-toasted Peruvian corn...
Good for the soul? Chair yoga focuses on heart health in Gardens

Good for the soul? Chair yoga focuses on heart health in Gardens

Can’t run on the treadmill? Is Zumba out of the question? There are exercises that can be done from the comfort of a chair that will improve heart and lung health, exercises that Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center cardiac rehab nurse Sara Chambers is sharing with the community. Chambers on Wednesday taught the hospital’s first chair yoga class that’s open to the public, not just patients...
St. Patrick’s Day 2017: Best things to do in Palm Beach County

St. Patrick’s Day 2017: Best things to do in Palm Beach County

Grab your favorite green party favors, put on that fabulous green outfit and head to these fun parties, parades and events for St. Patrick’s Day!  St. Patrick’s Day or the Feast of Saint Patrick is a day to celebrate Irish culture on or around March 17. Some of the festivities start this weekend, here you go: The parade will take place March 17 at 6:30 p.m. in downtown Lake...
Check out the stars Saturday night at Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Check out the stars Saturday night at Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Star gazing is planned Saturday, March 18 starting at 7 p.m. at Jonathan Dickinson State Park’s Kitching Creek Pavilion. Hi-Tech Telescopes will be provided by the Astronomical Society of the Palm Beaches. Astronomers will be onsite to explain and answer questions. Burrito Bros is scheduled to cater a BBQ starting at 6:30, featuring a bon-fire with s’mores, music, and other kid’s...
Good news for dogs: Canine park coming to Jupiter

Good news for dogs: Canine park coming to Jupiter

Dog Park in Jupiter will have separate areas for little and big dogs (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) Construction is expected to start in April of a new $2.5 million dog park at Jupiter’s Cinquez Park. Completion of the park at Center Street and Indiantown Road is planned by the end of the year Plans for the first phase call for the dog park, shaded areas, picnic tables, lighting, walking trails, fencing...
‘THE RADICAL CENTER’OF TRUMP RESISTANCE

‘THE RADICAL CENTER’OF TRUMP RESISTANCE

It would be difficult to imagine three more unlikely political activists. Robb Allan, John Studdard and Chic Kelty are prosperous, straight, white, middle-aged businessmen who met at a club for private pilots. Two are former Republicans. They weren’t political activists. Or particularly active in politics at all. “We were happy plodding along in our largely uncontroversial lives,&rdquo...
Gardens students get intimate Holocaust horror details from survivors

Gardens students get intimate Holocaust horror details from survivors

Fully engrossed, three eighth grade students listened as Miriam Patipa vividly described how she and her family were forced into a ghetto and painfully separated during World War II at Auschwitz concentration camp, where her mother died in the gas chambers. Patipa and 10 other Holocaust survivors shared their stories with small groups of students at the Meyer Academy Wednesday morning. After they...
JUST IN: Boynton man allegedly stole more than $12,000 from employer

JUST IN: Boynton man allegedly stole more than $12,000 from employer

A Boynton Beach man remains in the Palm Beach County Jail after he allegedly stole at least $12,000 from his Palm Beach Gardens-area employer, according to an arrest report. Bobby Johnson III, 35, is facing charges of grand theft between $10,000 and $20,000 and forgery and was being held early Wednesday in lieu of $20,000 bail. See who’s been booked into the Palm Beach County Jail Johnson worked...
NEW: Woman accused of attacking husband, officers at beachfront hotel

NEW: Woman accused of attacking husband, officers at beachfront hotel

An upstate New York woman was arrested at a beachfront hotel Monday night after she allegedly smashed her husband over the head with a lamp, then attacked two police officers, according to an arrest report. “I’m the violent one,” Cheyenne D. Kahn allegedly shouted at in Palm Beach Shores officers as she walked out of the Seaspray Hotel at 123 Ocean Avenue. See who’s been booked...
ICYMI: Dragon Ball Z shirt tips police off to Florida stabbing suspect

ICYMI: Dragon Ball Z shirt tips police off to Florida stabbing suspect

A man promoting his rap CD approached Kristian Diaz early Saturday near North Olive Avenue and Clematis Street, city police records state. Diaz, however, wasn’t interested. The 27-year-old allegedly pulled out a knife shortly after 1 a.m. and told the man with the CDs, “I’m trying to see what’s up.” Then Diaz ran toward the man’s friend, who was sitting...
Jupiter campaign dollars – Follow the money

Jupiter campaign dollars – Follow the money

Jupiter voters: Are you wondering where Ron Delaney and Ben Klug got their campaign cash? Click here to take a look. Delaney and Klug are running in a March 28 runoff contest for the Jupiter town council. Ron Delaney Ben Klug
Another runoff election in Jupiter?

Another runoff election in Jupiter?

  Ben Klug Ron Delaney If the word “Runoff” sounds familiar to Jupiter voters, it’s no wonder. It happened just a year ago. Wayne Posner, who Tuesday night won re-election to the council, defeated longtime incumbent Karen Golonka  a runoff last March for a seat on the town council. Golonka, a retired urban planner, announced she would not run again after serving eight...
March 28 runoff in Jupiter; another incumbent wins

March 28 runoff in Jupiter; another incumbent wins

Wayne Posner One incumbent won another term and another incumbent faces a runoff in Tuesday’s Jupiter town council election. RELATED: Complete coverage of the 2017 municipal elections Wayne Posner, a retired commercial general contractor and resident of Jupiter Country Club, defeated two challengers in the first district who were critical of his support of the Love Street project. The restaurant/retail...
1 incumbent clinches Jupiter Town Council seat; runoff set for another

1 incumbent clinches Jupiter Town Council seat; runoff set for another

One incumbent won another term and another incumbent faces a March 28 runoff after Tuesday’s Jupiter town council elections. Wayne Posner, a retired commercial general contractor and resident of Jupiter Country Club, defeated two challengers in the first district who were critical of his support of the Love Street project. The restaurant/retail project on A1A has been scaled back about 25 percent...
Marciano, Lane win in Gardens; third race goes to runoff in 2 weeks

Marciano, Lane win in Gardens; third race goes to runoff in 2 weeks

Palm Beach Gardens voters elected two new council members Tuesday and will decide on a third in a runoff election in two weeks. Mark Marciano, a 46-year-old optometrist, handily defeated Michael Paolercio, the 65-year-old co-founder of Michael Anthony Jewelers, to win the Group 1 seat. RELATED: Updated municipal election results Marciano, celebrating with supporters at Paddy Mac’s Irish Pub...
Another business opening soon on Jupiter’s Indiantown Road

Another business opening soon on Jupiter’s Indiantown Road

The new store was approved about two years ago (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) AutoZone — the fifth auto parts store along Indiantown Road in Jupiter — has “Opening Soon” signs on its windows. The auto parts store is under construction just east of Pennock Lane on the north side of Jupiter’s main east-west road, across from Zipz’s Italian Kitchen. The single-story, 7,400-square-foot...
Watch local ‘shark tank’ contest from the comfort of your home tonight

Watch local ‘shark tank’ contest from the comfort of your home tonight

Kayla Abramowitz, of North Palm Beach, was named a recipient of the Diller Teen Award for her efforts with Kayla Cares 4 Kids.
This historic house to get moved Wednesday in Jupiter

This historic house to get moved Wednesday in Jupiter

  The circa 1913 house is being donated to the Town of Jupiter by Dana Anderson. He purchased the property and house in 2007. (Photo/Town of Jupiter) The historic house in Jupiter is scheduled to be moved Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. The house is currently located at 144 Florida Ave. and will be moved across the street to Old Town Hall Park.  
What did Burt Reynolds say Gov. Rick Scott was “dumber” than?

What did Burt Reynolds say Gov. Rick Scott was “dumber” than?

Burt Reynolds: He’s still calling them like he sees them. The latest newsworthy tidbit from the outspoken hometown movie star came earlier this month when he attended a party for the Florida Music Awards in Fort Lauderdale. Reynolds took on Gov. Rick Scott, according to ABC news affiliate local10.com, for not sufficiently promoting the Florida film industry and not pushing for a renewal...
MacArthur Beach State Park honors ‘environmental champions’

MacArthur Beach State Park honors ‘environmental champions’

Kai, a young, female loggerhead turtle, greets visitors to MacArthur Beach State Park in her tank in front of the gift shop.
It’s time to sign up kids, teens for PGA Junior League in Gardens

It’s time to sign up kids, teens for PGA Junior League in Gardens

Sherri Pla, head PGA Pro at Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course, provides instruction to several young people that participate in her junior clinic, September 12, 2014.
Spring Break 2017: Five best uncrowded beaches in Palm Beach County

Spring Break 2017: Five best uncrowded beaches in Palm Beach County

Headed to the beach for Spring Break? We found some of the best ones to enjoy without the usual crowds. Relax and have fun! Vital statistics: 15 acres, 600 feet of guarded beach, open sunrise to sunset Parking: Free The primary draw of this quiet beach – the county’s northernmost — is the snorkeling. With clear waters and multiple rock formations within wading distance...
What you need to know for the Palm Beach Gardens election today

What you need to know for the Palm Beach Gardens election today

It’s decision day. Voters in Palm Beach Gardens today will elect three new City Council members. Here’s what you need to know before casting a ballot. Your polling place may have moved. Make sure you get there before it closes. Voting precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you’re not sure where yours is, you can look it up on the Supervisor of Elections&rsquo...
Here’s why NASA is sending a Gardens school’s satellite into space

Here’s why NASA is sending a Gardens school’s satellite into space

A student of The Weiss School speaks with U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson during his visit to Palm Beach Gardens on Saturday, March 11, 2017.
For Tuesday municipal elections, voting locations change in 5 towns

For Tuesday municipal elections, voting locations change in 5 towns

Tuesday is election day for municipal races and ballot questions in 21 of Palm Beach County’s 39 cities and towns. Voting precincts will be opened from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in those municipalities, including Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Royal Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Belle Glade and Pahokee among the 21. RELATED: All Palm Beach County municipal races on the...
Can new lab space in Palm Beach Gardens keep Scripps spinoffs in town?

Can new lab space in Palm Beach Gardens keep Scripps spinoffs in town?

As Palm Beach County struggles to fulfill its biotech potential, new lab space in Palm Beach Gardens will offer budding entrepreneurs a place to land. Nuvo Development has proposed a new, 18,650-square-foot lab/research and development building in the Business Center at the Gardens at Riverside Drive and Buckeye Street. The developer based in Winter Park also wants to build a three-story self-storage...
LATEST: Wreck near Jupiter exit stalls traffic on northbound I-95

LATEST: Wreck near Jupiter exit stalls traffic on northbound I-95

A wreck near the Indiantown Road exit ramp Saturday morning blocked northbound lanes of Interstate 95 in northern Palm Beach County, the Florida Highway Patrol said.  The wreck was reported shortly after 8:30 a.m. According to FHP, the roadway is now clear. It followed a wreck at the I-95 exit at Kanner Highway in Stuart that in which at least one person was seriously injured, FHP said on...
NEW: Hobe Sound becoming a town? Project takes another step forward

NEW: Hobe Sound becoming a town? Project takes another step forward

Hobe Sound and Indiantown took another step Friday toward becoming self-governing towns, complete with elected councils and administrators. The Martin County Board of County Commissioners voted to tell state officials that it supports the efforts of groups backing incorporation “to follow the legislative process.” MORE ONLINE: New towns in Martin County? Hobe Sound and Indiantown want...
Nine vying for three Gardens City Council seats opened by term limits

Nine vying for three Gardens City Council seats opened by term limits

As Palm Beach Gardens continues to grow, a new City Council will need to solve traffic issues and improve transparency, candidates said. Nine candidates are seeking three seats on the Palm Beach Gardens City Council in Tuesday’s election. Council members are elected at-large, meaning voters get to vote in all three races, choosing one candidate for each seat regardless of where they live. RELATED...
THE LATEST: Woman faces DUI charge after drive up I-95 topped 120 mph

THE LATEST: Woman faces DUI charge after drive up I-95 topped 120 mph

A woman topped 120 mph late Sunday on Interstate 95 just minutes after she crawled past PGA Boulevard at 35 mph, Florida Highway Patrol officials said. A breath test showed Silvana Mendez Chacchi’s blood-alcohol content was over the legal limit. See who’s been booked into the Palm Beach County Jail FHP officials received a call shortly before 11:30 p.m. Sunday that a silver Chevy Cruze...
Free rides offered at new, boutique cycle studio in Gardens

Free rides offered at new, boutique cycle studio in Gardens

The new CycleBar boutique cycling studio in Palm Beach Gardens is offering free rides for its opening.
See what’s left of Hollywood ghost town “Picture City” in Hobe Sound

See what’s left of Hollywood ghost town “Picture City” in Hobe Sound

There is always the road not taken. And sometimes there’s the road not finished - hardtop, shell and sand byways in Hobe Sound that never went beyond the drawing board during the Florida land boom of the 1920s. The roads were in a town called Olympia, also known as Picture City, a metropolis that would rise from the mangroves along the Intracoastal, where Hobe Sound stands today. Planners envisioned...
What counts as art? Gardens office tower project sparks debate

What counts as art? Gardens office tower project sparks debate

Just like beauty, sometimes art is in the eye of the beholder. That was the case when the developer of two, 11-story office towers and a parking garage on Kyoto Gardens Drive argued that rooftop pyramids should count toward the city’s requirement he spend at least $400,000, or 1 percent of construction costs, on public art. RELATED: Developer plans two office towers in Palm Beach Gardens Palm...
See vintage surfboards, photos at new Lake Park spot

See vintage surfboards, photos at new Lake Park spot

A collection of vintage surfboards and iconic photos that document the rich history of surfing in Palm Beach County has found a new home. The Florida Surfing Museum has moved from Delray Beach to 738 Park Ave. in Lake Park in the same plaza as the Kelsey Theater and The Brewhouse Gallery. The nonprofit continues to have an exhibit at the Sandoway House Nature Center in Delray. “We wanted to...
NEW: Lake Worth man allegedly stole pricey cars from dealer, doctor

NEW: Lake Worth man allegedly stole pricey cars from dealer, doctor

A Lake Worth man is being held in the Palm Beach County Jail without bond after he allegedly stole two high-end vehicles on consecutive days, according to an arrest report. John Durborow allegedly stole a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado valued at $64,000 from the AutoNation Chevrolet at 5757 Lake Worth Road in Greenacres on Tuesday. See who’s been booked into the Palm Beach County Jail The next day...
New escape room in Palm Beach Gardens will take you to fantasy world

New escape room in Palm Beach Gardens will take you to fantasy world

The air of mystery in Kevin Street’s “escape room” starts with the bloodied hand that serves as the front door knob, reaching out from a brick wall. Behind the brick wall is a bright waiting area, where Street gives his willing “hostages” a rundown of the scenario that’s about to unfold. They’ll be voluntarily blindfolded and handcuffed before he leads them...
Police: Riviera teen who tried to run over officer faces adult charges

Police: Riviera teen who tried to run over officer faces adult charges

A 17-year-old from Riviera Beach is facing adult charges after he allegedly drove a stolen car at a police officer, according to an arrest report. The officer fired four shots at Raequan Nicholas Haywood, but he was not struck. » Download our PostNOW app to get the latest Breaking News Haywood, who has an extensive and violent criminal history as a juvenile, is facing charges of assault on an...
Expansion on tap for Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Expansion on tap for Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Groundbreaking for the$14 million expansion that will more than double the size of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is planned for the end of this year. Bigger hospital and research facilities, more classrooms, an auditorium, a Discovery Zone interactive exhibit hall and an amphitheater with a wall-to-ceiling ocean reef tank are planned. There will be an outdoor cafe and a hall with flexible...
JUST IN: Jupiter man accused of threatening, spitting at town police

JUST IN: Jupiter man accused of threatening, spitting at town police

A Jupiter man attempted to use his hands, feet, fist and teeth as weapons as he tried to escape from police custody Sunday night, authorities said. Police arrested Aaron Ives, 38, on three counts each of battery on a law-enforcement officer and threatening a public servant along with 32 counts of possessing a controlled substance. He remained at the Palm Beach County Jail early Wednesday in lieu of...
Five Florida beach towns you can actually afford to live in

Five Florida beach towns you can actually afford to live in

It's funny to me when people think I make six figures after seeing my Instagram photos. I have apartment views for days. Yes, I live across the street from the Intracoastal, but umm... like many Palm Beach County millennials, I bring home bacon bits, not bacon.  Thrillist's list of affordable beach towns didn't include West Palm Beach. No surprise there. But several other Florida cities...
Gardens firefighters watching for wildfire flare-ups for third night

Gardens firefighters watching for wildfire flare-ups for third night

The cause of a wildfire that consumed 85 acres of wooded area in Palm Beach Gardens and snarled traffic for hours on Sunday afternoon will likely remain undetermined, a Fire Rescue spokesman said. Firefighters put out hot spots for a third day Tuesday and planned to rotate crews again throughout the night to kick down any flare-ups, Palm Beach Gardens Fire Rescue spokesman Shon Broedell said. RELATED...
How a Gardens school’s lunch leftovers are being converted to water

How a Gardens school’s lunch leftovers are being converted to water

A small, quiet machine tucked into a corner of the cafeteria at one Palm Beach Gardens school is accomplishing a mighty feat: converting 150 pounds of half-eaten sloppy Joes, pasta, potatoes and the like into usable water. Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy leaders believe theirs is the only school in Florida with the Power Knot Liquid Food Composter. The stainless steel stomach contains food-grade plastic...
BREAKING: Kyoto Gardens Drive has reopened, Gardens Fire Rescue says

BREAKING: Kyoto Gardens Drive has reopened, Gardens Fire Rescue says

UPDATE 3:35 P.M.: Kyoto Gardens Drive was reopened by Tuesday afternoon, a spokesman for Palm Beach Gardens Fire Rescue said. The aerial truck that was in the eastbound lanes has returned to the station, spokesman Shon Broedell said. Fire-rescue crews are still in the woods and will be rotating through the night, he said. Firefighters will assess the site Wednesday morning and take care of any hot...
JUST IN: Gardens man accused of beating woman’s ex-boyfriend over debt

JUST IN: Gardens man accused of beating woman’s ex-boyfriend over debt

A Palm Beach Gardens man is facing felony battery charges after he allegedly fractured the jaw of a relative’s ex-boyfriend following an argument, according to an arrest report. The men were allegedly arguing over “an $80 debt for an abortion.” See who’s been booked into the Palm Beach County Jail George Luis Murillo, 40, was released from the Palm Beach County Jail on Thursday...
Palm Beach County Judge Santino charged with judicial ethics violation

Palm Beach County Judge Santino charged with judicial ethics violation

When Dana Santino attacked her opponent in a Palm Beach County court race last fall for representing “murderers, rapists, child molesters and other criminals,” some in the legal community cried foul, saying she was practicing the same character assassination techniques being used by then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Santino won her race, but she might not escape...
$50K raised to honor policeman’s teen daughter killed in car accident

$50K raised to honor policeman’s teen daughter killed in car accident

A golf tournament at Palm Beach Gardens’ Sandhill Crane Golf Club raised more than $50,000 in honor of a scholarship fund for Kaitlin Kazanjian.
Could this be year a black candidate finally wins Lake Park seat?

Could this be year a black candidate finally wins Lake Park seat?

Candidates for Lake Park’s town commission seat agree they’d like the diverse, 2.3-square-mile north county burg to burnish its small-town feel and shake off years of decline, even as it competes for attention with the bigger, surrounding municipalities of Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach and Riviera Beach. The question is how to do it. They offer few specifics about how they would...
Two men caught on surveillance burglarizing Mangonia Park business

Two men caught on surveillance burglarizing Mangonia Park business

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help in identifying two men caught on surveillance video burglarizing a business in Mangonia Park. At one point, the men look directly at the camera and appear to realize its presence but continue undeterred. » Download our PostNOW app to get the latest Breaking News The men entered the business in the 1300 block of 53rd Street...
Can Palm Beach Gardens woman change the world with acts of kindness?

Can Palm Beach Gardens woman change the world with acts of kindness?

Christmastime is typically thought of as the season of brotherhood, peace and togetherness. But as Frances Stern Lashinsky sat at a restaurant and watched the other diners, goodwill toward men, women or whoever was sitting on the other side of the table was the last thing she was seeing. “I was looking around, and most people weren’t opening doors for each other. Everybody’s got...
Gardens brush fire snarls traffic, shuts down I-95 for six hours

Gardens brush fire snarls traffic, shuts down I-95 for six hours

A massive brush fire on a wooded tract in Palm Beach Gardens forced the closure of Interstate 95 for most of Sunday afternoon and evening, snarling traffic for hours along major roadways in northern Palm Beach County.   The blaze erupted for unknown reasons about 1 p.m. Sunday on an undeveloped tract owned by Florida Power & Light Co., just east of Interstate 95 and north of PGA Boulevard...
Gardens couple gives $1M donation to Palm Beach State College

Gardens couple gives $1M donation to Palm Beach State College

Jan Winkler and Hermine Drezner, of Palm Beach Gardens, were honored for their $1 million gift to Palm Beach State College.
Jupiter voters: Decision Day is on March 14

Jupiter voters: Decision Day is on March 14

Growth on Love Street and throughout the Inlet Village on A1A, as well as the future of the Suni Sands Mobile Home Park, are the top issues for the six candidates in the Jupiter Town Council elections March 14. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.  
BREAKING: Jupiter police ID fatal crash victim as man, 24

BREAKING: Jupiter police ID fatal crash victim as man, 24

2:50 p.m. update: The driver, who was not identified by Jupiter police, stopped after the crash. No charges were filed against the driver, said Officer Kristen Rightler, Jupiter police spokesman. 10:50 a.m. update: Jupiter police on Saturday identified the deceased pedestrian as Leonzo Diaz-Hernandez, 24. Other details about the crash — including whether the driver stopped after hitting Diaz-Hernandez...
How birds popular in Palm Beach Gardens ended up on a Nebraska stamp

How birds popular in Palm Beach Gardens ended up on a Nebraska stamp

A Nebraska photographer captured this picture of migrating sandhill cranes. Courtesy image You may have seen them on the golf course at PGA National, or on a drive around the Mirasol community across the street.
Million-dollar awards to companies that choose our county could be cut

Million-dollar awards to companies that choose our county could be cut

Florida lawmakers will consider a proposal to gut multimillion-dollar funds intended to attract and keep high-paying jobs in the state when the legislative session begins Tuesday. At issue is whether the government should continue to offer taxpayer money to corporations through Enterprise Florida and similar public-private partnerships created in the mid-1990s to lure quality employers to Florida...
UPDATE: Jupiter Farms brush fire under control; no threat to homes

UPDATE: Jupiter Farms brush fire under control; no threat to homes

5 p.m. UPDATE: The brush fire in Jupiter Farms is contained and does not pose a threat to area homes, Palm Beach County Fire Rescue said. Crews from the Florida Forest Service are on the scene fighting the fire, and Fire Rescue crews are assisting them. Original post: Firefighters are responding to a brush fire in Jupiter Farms, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. Crews were called to the...
Industrial redevelopment planned behind Jupiter Ale House

Industrial redevelopment planned behind Jupiter Ale House

Three-story self-storage building and offices are planned (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) A application to redevelop about a dozen acres at 114 Datura St. is scheduled to be heard by the town’s planning and zoning commission at 7 p.m. at town hall on March 14. The property is located behind Miller’s Jupiter Ale House restaurant on the the southwest corner of Alt. A1A and Center Street. The application...
North County students compete in robotics contest

North County students compete in robotics contest

Members of the Jupiter High School Mars Robotics Team MARS (Mega Awesome Robotic System) Team 1523 students from Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter and William T. Dwyer High Schools, as well as private and home-schooled students, today and Saturday are participating in the at the FIRST Robotics Competition South Florida Regional at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, 650 Okeechobee Boulevard,...
Guess what legendary artist did a painting at Jupiter Beach?

Guess what legendary artist did a painting at Jupiter Beach?

Tony Bennett performs tonight at the Kravis Center. “The greatest compliment I could ever get is being called a good singer and a good painter. I’ve always had a passion for both … I love both equally. It’s like a balance. But I paint almost every day. I like oils best, but when I travel I do a lot of watercolor, pen and ink, sketches and charcoal. I did some watercolors at...
Watch Poppy the sea turtle be released on Tuesday in Juno Beach

Watch Poppy the sea turtle be released on Tuesday in Juno Beach

Sea turtle releases are free and open to the public (Photo/Rich Graulich) Poppy, a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle, has been healed and is scheduled to be released Tuesday, March 7 at about 11 a.m. back home to the Atlantic Ocean. The release will from the beach at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center, 14200 U.S. 1 in Juno Beach. The event is free and open to the public. Poppy was found floating near...
Waterfront development top issue for 6 candidates in 2 Jupiter races

Waterfront development top issue for 6 candidates in 2 Jupiter races

Growth on Love Street and throughout the Inlet Village on A1A, as well as the future of the Suni Sands Mobile Home Park, are the top issues for the six candidates in the Jupiter Town Council elections March 14. Council members Wayne Posner and Ron Delaney, both just elected last year to one-year terms, each faces opposition from two challengers for three-year terms paying $18,600 a year. RELATED:...
NEW: Man kicked in head, arrested after attack on woman in North Palm

NEW: Man kicked in head, arrested after attack on woman in North Palm

A Washington man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly attacked his roommate and punched her, according to an arrest report. Not only Eric Matthew Kelly get arrested, but judging by his jail mugshot, he got the worst of the attack. See who’s been booked into the Palm Beach County Jail The mugshot shows Kelly’s left eye swollen shut with scratches and scrapes around his face. While Kelly...
Voting? See who’s on the city elections ballot in Palm Beach County

Voting? See who’s on the city elections ballot in Palm Beach County

Here are the municipal candidates and referendum questions on the March 14 ballot in Palm Beach County. Incumbents are indicated with an (i). BELLE GLADE
Gardens City Council approves townhouse development on Hood Road

Gardens City Council approves townhouse development on Hood Road

This rendering shows the future Trevi Isle development on Hood Road in Palm Beach Gardens. Courtesy rendering A 50-townhouse project on Hood Road just west of Florida’s Turnpike got the final go-ahead from Palm Beach Gardens City Council Thursday, after years of opposition from future neighbors.
Gardens officials who oversaw city’s growth out due to term limits

Gardens officials who oversaw city’s growth out due to term limits

The Breakfast Club is breaking up. Palm Beach Gardens Mayor Marcie Tinsley, herself a land planner, compared the City Council of a banker, accountant, arts lover and geology teacher to the disparate group of the popular 1985 movie during her last meeting as a city official. Three longtime Council members, Tinsley, Vice Mayor Eric Jablin and Councilman Bert Premuroso, cannot seek re-election because...

What’s playing and where for the FREE outdoor family movie Saturday?

Photo from Walt Disney Enterprises, Inc. movie, 101 Dalmations The flashback feature playing at Downtown at the Gardens this weekend really is a blast from the past – the original 101 Dalmations Disney cartoon from 1961.
Palm Beach Gardens man Ben Carson confirmed as HUD secretary

Palm Beach Gardens man Ben Carson confirmed as HUD secretary

Palm Beach Gardens resident Ben Carson, the renowned neurosurgeon and former Republican presidential candidate, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Thursday as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The vote was 58-41, with Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio in favor and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson opposed. Carson is the only African-American and the second Palm Beach County resident...
Commentary: Honda Classic helps me treasure grandfather’s love of golf

Commentary: Honda Classic helps me treasure grandfather’s love of golf

When my editor told me in May 2015 I’d be helping cover a professional golf tournament, my reaction was some mix of shock and fear. I’ve written about a diversity of topics, but I knew next to nothing about golf. I associated it with the sport on TV in the background while I napped — begrudgingly then — at my grandparents’ house as a little girl. RELATED: Honda Classic...
North Palm middle schoolers get a visit from world-renowned cellist

North Palm middle schoolers get a visit from world-renowned cellist

A world-renowned cellist visited the classroom of local middle school students last week to give them a music lesson. Amit Peled worked coached a masterclass for music students Feb. 23 at The Benjamin School in North Palm Beach. During that time, he worked with sixth grade student Eric Levine, a promising violin player, according to a news release. RELATED: Palm Beach Symphony ‘nurtures soul&rsquo...
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