Kristen M. Clark covers the village of Wellington for The Palm Beach Post. She's a political junkie who loves government and watchdog reporting. Previously, Kristen covered Michigan state government for the Lansing State Journal and local and federal politics for The Forum in Fargo, N.D. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2009 with degrees in journalism and political science/pre-law. Kristen is a (former) lifelong Midwesterner who moved to South Florida in late 2013. She lives in Coral Springs with her husband, Ryan, who’s a sports reporter in Fort Lauderdale.
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A sign welcomes Wellington residents off Forest Hill Boulevard near Stribling Way in Wellington. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post)
The Jacobs family owns the 200-acre Deeridge Farms off Pierson Road in Wellington. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post)
Special signs dot Wellington's equestrian preserve area, cautioning drivers to look out for horses and riders.
The Ashley Furniture at The Mall at Wellington Green, off Forest Hill Boulevard and State Road 7, is shifting over to make way for a new luxury movie theater. (The Palm Beach Post staff file photo)
Mary Lou Bedford got her foot in the door five years ago at what was then the Palms West Chamber of Commerce. She started out leading marketing efforts and moved up into other leadership roles. Then in late June, the 22-year Wellington resident was promoted to oversee the chamber, which three years ago brought together the Palms West and...
Loxahatchee Groves moved into its first town hall in May. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post)
Dear readers: Today is a very bittersweet day, because it’s my last at The Palm Beach Post. Those of you who follow me on Twitter might already know, but my husband and I are moving to Tallahassee for his new job. Words can't express how proud I am of my incredible husband❤️, who's taking the next big step in his career!...
Two Wellington road projects that equestrian developer Mark Bellissimo is responsible for won’t be built this summer as expected. The paving and extension of 40th Street South, as well as improvements to the intersection of South Shore Boulevard and Pierson Road, are on hold until 2016. Bellissimo’s attorney Dan Rosenbaum said...