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Alexandra Seltzer

Alexandra Seltzer covers Boynton Beach for The Palm Beach Post. She started at the Post as an intern in 2010 and then covered Breaking News for three years. Originally from Long Island, N.Y., Seltzer got her master’s degree in magazine, newspaper and online journalism from S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. 

Latest from Alexandra Seltzer

Palm Beach County ‘mansion parties’ becoming unruly and problematic
 When Alfred and Jan Malley leave town for the summer, they count on their property manager to keep watch of their $9.87 million house — located in the Estate Section of Palm Beach known for its large mansions. One day this past May, the manager had his family over. Then his children told their friends about the house. And they...

Posted: 2 days ago

When Alfred and Jan Malley leave town for the summer, they count on their property manager to keep watch of their $9.87 million house — located in the Estate Section of Palm Beach known for its large mansions. One day this past May, the manager had his family over. Then his children told their friends about the house. And they...
He overdosed twice in 24 hours, then came back to thank his rescuers
 While responding to drug-overdose calls several times a day, it’s not unheard of for paramedics to save the life of one person only to have that same person overdose again within 24 hours. But it is rare for that person to get sober, and then want to meet the team that saved his life. It happened with Steve Sundquist in Boynton...

Posted: 2 days ago

While responding to drug-overdose calls several times a day, it’s not unheard of for paramedics to save the life of one person only to have that same person overdose again within 24 hours. But it is rare for that person to get sober, and then want to meet the team that saved his life. It happened with Steve Sundquist in Boynton...
Boynton becoming a brewery and now barbecue destination
 For a couple years now Boynton Beach has unofficially been the city of breweries. It all started with Due South Brewing. Now Boynton has Devour, Copperpoint, NOBO, and even NonProphet, which is a brewery but not your typical beer brewery. That’s five “breweries.” READ: Boynton Beach to get second ‘bad to the bone&rsquo...

Posted: 4 days ago

For a couple years now Boynton Beach has unofficially been the city of breweries. It all started with Due South Brewing. Now Boynton has Devour, Copperpoint, NOBO, and even NonProphet, which is a brewery but not your typical beer brewery. That’s five “breweries.” READ: Boynton Beach to get second ‘bad to the bone&rsquo...
New rules for sober homes get first approval in Boynton Beach
 With just one more vote from the city’s officials, business owners that plan to open sober homes in 
               Boynton Beach
             will have to get them certified with the local nonprofit Florida Association of Recovery Residences. The organization already regulates sober homes, but under a voluntary program, with the state...

Posted: 4 days ago

With just one more vote from the city’s officials, business owners that plan to open sober homes in Boynton Beach will have to get them certified with the local nonprofit Florida Association of Recovery Residences. The organization already regulates sober homes, but under a voluntary program, with the state...
Boynton Beach park outfitted with solar tree; solar canopy coming
 Boynton Beach’s Oceanfront Park now has a 
               solar tree
             thanks to those Boynton residents who chose to pay an extra $9 on their monthly Florida Power & Light bills. The tree will also have brick pavers, benches, phone charges and educational boards. And, there’s more to come. FPL plans to install solar...

Posted: 4 days ago

Boynton Beach’s Oceanfront Park now has a solar tree thanks to those Boynton residents who chose to pay an extra $9 on their monthly Florida Power & Light bills. The tree will also have brick pavers, benches, phone charges and educational boards. And, there’s more to come. FPL plans to install solar...
‘Hop’ aboard the Boynton Beach brewery bus
Photo provided by the Damn Good Beer Bus A bus company is making it easier for beer-lovers to drink all the beer they want at Boynton Beach’s breweries while getting around safely.

Posted: 6 days ago

Photo provided by the Damn Good Beer Bus A bus company is making it easier for beer-lovers to drink all the beer they want at Boynton Beach’s breweries while getting around safely.
Boynton bridges to get preventative work before replacement project
 Boynton Beach will pay about $50,000 to repair nine bridges, most of which were built in the 1950s and are near the end of their expected service lives. Work is expected to startin June and will last about one month, said Jeff Livergood, the city’s director of public works and engineering. READ: Closures coming for $1 million update...

Posted: 6 days ago

Boynton Beach will pay about $50,000 to repair nine bridges, most of which were built in the 1950s and are near the end of their expected service lives. Work is expected to startin June and will last about one month, said Jeff Livergood, the city’s director of public works and engineering. READ: Closures coming for $1 million update...
Needing restoration work, Boynton’s Mizner 1925 building has new owner
 The ladies of the volunteer 
               Boynton Woman’s Club
             have tried their best, but struggled, to come up with money to restore their historic 1925 building on Federal Highway. This past week, they turned to the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency with a proposal: Buy the building for $110,000 and they&rsquo...

Posted: 8 days ago

The ladies of the volunteer Boynton Woman’s Club have tried their best, but struggled, to come up with money to restore their historic 1925 building on Federal Highway. This past week, they turned to the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency with a proposal: Buy the building for $110,000 and they&rsquo...