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Bill DiPaolo

Bill DiPaolo is a native of Boston. Since 1980, he has covered police, politics, trends and just about everything else for Florida newspapers in Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Pensacola and West Palm Beach. A graduate of the University of Florida, he has a master's degree in urban planning from Ball State University. He lives in West Palm Beach with his wife, Carolyn, editor of the business section of The Palm Beach Post, and daughter Bonnie.

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Land clearing starts at Jupiter’s new dog park
 Fenced-in areas for little dogs and big dogs are planned (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) Land in being cleared in Jupiter for the $2.5 million dog park at Center Street and Indiantown Road. Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post.    Location of new dog park is outlined in red  Dogs in Jupiter can go to Dog Beach, located north of Marcinski...

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Fenced-in areas for little dogs and big dogs are planned (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) Land in being cleared in Jupiter for the $2.5 million dog park at Center Street and Indiantown Road. Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post.   Location of new dog park is outlined in red Dogs in Jupiter can go to Dog Beach, located north of Marcinski...
Jupiter restaurant partly owned by Michael Jordan takes shape
   Exterior work has started on 1000 North, the waterfront restaurant in Jupiter that will be partly owned by former NBA star Michael Jordan. Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post.

Posted: a day ago

  Exterior work has started on 1000 North, the waterfront restaurant in Jupiter that will be partly owned by former NBA star Michael Jordan. Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post.
Movies, bowling and more approved in Jupiter’s Abacoa
 Artist rendition Despite concerns about parking, the town council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a $22 million plan for CineBowl & Grille, an Abacoa entertainment center with restaurants, bowling lanes, pool tables and a movie theater. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.   

Posted: a day ago

Artist rendition Despite concerns about parking, the town council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a $22 million plan for CineBowl & Grille, an Abacoa entertainment center with restaurants, bowling lanes, pool tables and a movie theater. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.  
Jupiter Restaurant partly owned by Michael Jordan takes shape
 Here’s the latest view of 1000 North, scheduled to open by the end of the year in Jupiter (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) Exterior work has started on 1000 North,  cthe waterfront restaurant in Jupiter that will be partly owned by former NBA star Michael Jordan. The 50-foot-tall restaurant on the Loxahatchee River with a view of the Jupiter...

Posted: a day ago

Here’s the latest view of 1000 North, scheduled to open by the end of the year in Jupiter (Photo/Bill DiPaolo) Exterior work has started on 1000 North,  cthe waterfront restaurant in Jupiter that will be partly owned by former NBA star Michael Jordan. The 50-foot-tall restaurant on the Loxahatchee River with a view of the Jupiter...
Jupiter council approves CineBowl in Abacoa
 Despite concerns about parking, the town council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a $22 million plan for CineBowl & Grille, an Abacoa entertainment center with restaurants, bowling lanes, pool tables and a movie theater. “CineBowl will add to the vibrancy of the area,” said Josh Simon, the owner of Downtown Abacoa...

Posted: 2 days ago

Despite concerns about parking, the town council on Tuesday night unanimously approved a $22 million plan for CineBowl & Grille, an Abacoa entertainment center with restaurants, bowling lanes, pool tables and a movie theater. “CineBowl will add to the vibrancy of the area,” said Josh Simon, the owner of Downtown Abacoa...
Dog surfing coming to Jupiter’s Carlin Park
 Surfing dogs? That’s part of the action planned at the 3rd Annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic on Saturday, Aug. 26th at Carlin Park’s Civic Center & Beach from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Your dog don’t surf? No worries. Surf Dog lessons are being held July 4th and go through mid-August. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post...

Posted: 2 days ago

Surfing dogs? That’s part of the action planned at the 3rd Annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic on Saturday, Aug. 26th at Carlin Park’s Civic Center & Beach from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Your dog don’t surf? No worries. Surf Dog lessons are being held July 4th and go through mid-August. See the full story in The Palm Beach Post...
Surfing dogs coming soon to Carlin Park in Jupiter
 Surfing dogs? That’s part of the action planned at the 3rd Annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic on Saturday, Aug. 26th at Carlin Park’s Civic Center & Beach from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Your dog don’t surf? No worries. Surf Dog lessons are being held July 4th and go through mid-August. Lessons are $30 per pooch for 30 minutes...

Posted: 2 days ago

Surfing dogs? That’s part of the action planned at the 3rd Annual Hang 20 Surf Dog Classic on Saturday, Aug. 26th at Carlin Park’s Civic Center & Beach from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Your dog don’t surf? No worries. Surf Dog lessons are being held July 4th and go through mid-August. Lessons are $30 per pooch for 30 minutes...
Missing teens: Court civil suit may be next step
 On Friday, a Florida report said “the egregious lapse in judgment and failure to exercise due care” caused the 2015 disappearance of Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, tw0 14-year-olds who left the Jupiter Inlet and never returned. Today, the lawyer for Perry Cohen’s mother told the Palm Beach Post the family may file a lawsuit...

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On Friday, a Florida report said “the egregious lapse in judgment and failure to exercise due care” caused the 2015 disappearance of Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, tw0 14-year-olds who left the Jupiter Inlet and never returned. Today, the lawyer for Perry Cohen’s mother told the Palm Beach Post the family may file a lawsuit...
Missing teens: FDLE revelations could trigger lawsuit
 The mother of one of two Tequesta teens lost at sea in 2015 is considering a lawsuit and fighting a court action she says would limit her ability to sue the other teen’s family, her attorney told The Palm Beach Post on Monday. Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, both 14, were last seen sailing through the Jupiter Inlet on July 24, 2015...

Posted: 3 days ago

The mother of one of two Tequesta teens lost at sea in 2015 is considering a lawsuit and fighting a court action she says would limit her ability to sue the other teen’s family, her attorney told The Palm Beach Post on Monday. Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, both 14, were last seen sailing through the Jupiter Inlet on July 24, 2015...
$22 M entertainment center up for final vote Tuesday in Jupiter
 IMAX theater would have about 300 seats (Photo/Gary Corannado) A $22 million plan for restaurants, bowling lanes and a 12-screen movie theater in Jupiter’s Abacoa — with an IMAX — is up for final approval at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. council meeting. “(The entertainment center) will bring back the live/work/play idea...

Posted: 3 days ago

IMAX theater would have about 300 seats (Photo/Gary Corannado) A $22 million plan for restaurants, bowling lanes and a 12-screen movie theater in Jupiter’s Abacoa — with an IMAX — is up for final approval at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. council meeting. “(The entertainment center) will bring back the live/work/play idea...
Abacoa’s $22M entertainment center up for vote Tuesday
 A $22 million plan for restaurants, bowling lanes and a movie theater with a dozen screens in Abacoa is up for final approval at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. council meeting. “(The entertainment center) will bring back live/work/play idea of Abacoa. It will be the anchor tenant downtown Abacoa needs,” said Scott Hedge, the...

Posted: 3 days ago

A $22 million plan for restaurants, bowling lanes and a movie theater with a dozen screens in Abacoa is up for final approval at Tuesday’s 7 p.m. council meeting. “(The entertainment center) will bring back live/work/play idea of Abacoa. It will be the anchor tenant downtown Abacoa needs,” said Scott Hedge, the...