Kristina Webb

Kristina Webb is a digital editor at The Palm Beach Post. She grew up in Palm Beach County and is a 2010 graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University. Since joining The Post in 2015, she has been digital editor with the business, watchdog and politics teams, and also was transportation reporter.   Read the Post on Politics blog Follow on Twitter

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NEW: Developer plans shops, restaurants, senior care in Royal Palm
 A long-stagnant piece of land has given birth to a new neighborhood during the past year — and there’s more to come, with commercial development set to bring more businesses to the already bustling Southern Boulevard corridor through the western communities. The Cypress Key project includes the townhouses and single-family...

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A long-stagnant piece of land has given birth to a new neighborhood during the past year — and there’s more to come, with commercial development set to bring more businesses to the already bustling Southern Boulevard corridor through the western communities. The Cypress Key project includes the townhouses and single-family...
NEW: First home closes in ‘agri-hood’ Arden as new home-builder added
 A new development with an agricultural twist west of Lion Country Safari on Southern Boulevard hit two milestones Friday. The first home sale in Arden closed Friday, the same day project developer Freehold Communities announced a new home-builder has signed on. Joining Ryan Homes in building Arden’s first phase is Kennedy Homes, which...

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A new development with an agricultural twist west of Lion Country Safari on Southern Boulevard hit two milestones Friday. The first home sale in Arden closed Friday, the same day project developer Freehold Communities announced a new home-builder has signed on. Joining Ryan Homes in building Arden’s first phase is Kennedy Homes, which...
Accused killer clown’s husband to ABC: She’s ‘falsely accused’
 The husband of a woman arrested in a notorious Wellington cold case told a national news show his wife is “falsely accused” of the crime. “This is very serious and very unfair,” Michael Warren told ABC’s “20/20” about his wife Sheila Keen-Warren’s alleged role in the 1990 shooting...

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The husband of a woman arrested in a notorious Wellington cold case told a national news show his wife is “falsely accused” of the crime. “This is very serious and very unfair,” Michael Warren told ABC’s “20/20” about his wife Sheila Keen-Warren’s alleged role in the 1990 shooting...
‘A reason to fight’: Cancer-stricken vet’s family gets free house
 When cancer survivor and Marine Sgt. Brian Lowe and his wife Viviana stepped into their new suburban Royal Palm Beach home for the first time Wednesday, it wasn’t just the start of their first venture into home ownership. “It’s completely changing everything,” Viviana Lowe said. “It’s giving us a new reason...

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When cancer survivor and Marine Sgt. Brian Lowe and his wife Viviana stepped into their new suburban Royal Palm Beach home for the first time Wednesday, it wasn’t just the start of their first venture into home ownership. “It’s completely changing everything,” Viviana Lowe said. “It’s giving us a new reason...
NEW: Wellington expects more than 8,000 for this year’s Fall Fest
 Fall Fest, Wellington’s signature Halloween event, is growing again this year, with more than 8,000 people expected to pack Village Park off Pierson Road on Saturday. To accommodate more spooky activities, the village has extended the event’s hours. Where Fall Fest used to begin later in the evening, this year it will be from...

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Fall Fest, Wellington’s signature Halloween event, is growing again this year, with more than 8,000 people expected to pack Village Park off Pierson Road on Saturday. To accommodate more spooky activities, the village has extended the event’s hours. Where Fall Fest used to begin later in the evening, this year it will be from...
NEW: 5 great things about green markets in Wellington, Royal Palm
 It’s finally fall in Florida. And although we have yet to experience a shift in temperature that those in the northern U.S. are privy to, we definitely get a shift in atmosphere. My favorite thing about fall in Palm Beach County is the opening of our green markets. In the western communities, we’re blessed with two: Saturdays...

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It’s finally fall in Florida. And although we have yet to experience a shift in temperature that those in the northern U.S. are privy to, we definitely get a shift in atmosphere. My favorite thing about fall in Palm Beach County is the opening of our green markets. In the western communities, we’re blessed with two: Saturdays...
LIST: Halloween and fall events in Wellington and Royal Palm Beach
 Here are some of the fun fall events coming up in Wellington and Royal Palm Beach: Movie night and food trucks: 5 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, with the movie beginning at 7 p.m. at Commons Park, 11600 Poinciana Blvd. Check out more than 15 food trucks and a special showing of the delightfully creepy “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell...

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Here are some of the fun fall events coming up in Wellington and Royal Palm Beach: Movie night and food trucks: 5 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, with the movie beginning at 7 p.m. at Commons Park, 11600 Poinciana Blvd. Check out more than 15 food trucks and a special showing of the delightfully creepy “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell...
Here’s how to get involved in Relay for Life of Western Palm Beach County
 Want to learn more about or get involved with Relay for Life of Western Palm Beach County? The event’s kickoff party is from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Wellington Community Center, 12150 Forest Hill Blvd. Residents will have a chance to talk with Relay for Life committee and team members to find out how they can help.  » ...

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Want to learn more about or get involved with Relay for Life of Western Palm Beach County? The event’s kickoff party is from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Wellington Community Center, 12150 Forest Hill Blvd. Residents will have a chance to talk with Relay for Life committee and team members to find out how they can help.  » ...
Is proposed Wellington airstrip, community too close to Aero Club?
 Call it the Aero Club, with a twist: A developer plans to turn a rural patch on the outskirts of Wellington into a new neighborhood that would combine a private airstrip for its residents with barns and equestrian trails. But opponents have expressed concerns that the project, known as Flying Cow Ranch, would be a safety hazard for the...

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Call it the Aero Club, with a twist: A developer plans to turn a rural patch on the outskirts of Wellington into a new neighborhood that would combine a private airstrip for its residents with barns and equestrian trails. But opponents have expressed concerns that the project, known as Flying Cow Ranch, would be a safety hazard for the...
LATEST: US Open Polo Championship to stay in Wellington through 2021
 One of the top polo tournaments of the year, the U.S. Open Polo Championship, will stay in Wellington through 2021, the United States Polo Association announced this week.  The event has been at the International Polo Club Palm Beach since 2004. It’s the final event of the Florida High-Goal Winter Season and is known for drawing...

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One of the top polo tournaments of the year, the U.S. Open Polo Championship, will stay in Wellington through 2021, the United States Polo Association announced this week.  The event has been at the International Polo Club Palm Beach since 2004. It’s the final event of the Florida High-Goal Winter Season and is known for drawing...
NEW: Group raises $12,000 for laptops at Binks Forest Elementary
 The Binks Forest Elementary School PTA rallied parents, teachers and community members last weekend to raise nearly $12,000 to help equip the school’s students with in-class laptops. Currently, the school has one laptop for every three students, the PTA said in a news release, with a goal of one laptop per student. The money was raised...

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The Binks Forest Elementary School PTA rallied parents, teachers and community members last weekend to raise nearly $12,000 to help equip the school’s students with in-class laptops. Currently, the school has one laptop for every three students, the PTA said in a news release, with a goal of one laptop per student. The money was raised...