Boca law firm wins whopping $14.3 million verdict

BOCA RATON – The Boca Raton law firm of Ellis, Ged & Bodden, which specializes in personal injury cases, won a near-record verdict this month when a […]

Pat Archer wants to restore ‘vision’ to Delray City Commission

DELRAY BEACH – Pat Archer wants to return to her old haunts. Specifically, Delray Beach City Hall, where she served six years as a city commissioner and […]

Boca Raton candidates rumble over taxes, red-light cameras

BOCA RATON – The two candidates in the contentious race for Seat D on the Boca Raton City Council took an “agree to disagree” stance at a […]

Boca law firm joins abuse survivor in walk to stamp out sexual abuse

Like most victims of abuse, Lauren Book was frightened, scared silent for years until she finally broke down and told a therapist about the atrocities she endured […]

Newt Gingrich slams Obama, touts support for Israel in Delray visit

Three of the four Republican presidential hopefuls spent the weekend stumping for votes in the Sunshine State in advance of Florida’s GOP presidential primary Tuesday. Newt Gingrich […]

Delray Beach kills fire tax in response to outrage

Responding to a flood of public outrage, the Delray Beach City Commission snuffed out a proposed fee to help cover the cost of running the Fire Department. […]

Frank Chapman challenges Anthony Mahjess in Boca Raton

Two candidates in March’s Boca Raton city election are already strapping on the gloves. City Councilman Anthony Majhess has found himself facing a challenger, political newcomer Frank […]

Delray Beach proposes fire tax on residents, businesses

The stage is set for a potentially heated debate at a Jan. 17 public hearing when the Delray Beach City Commission considers adopting a fire fee to […]

Ethics law drives two to quit Boca Raton advisory board

Two long-time members of Boca Raton’s Community Appearance Board have called it quits, citing in part the difficulties of serving on a municipal advisory panel that falls […]

Sober house in waterfront mansion? Delray Beach residents say no way

The prospect of a drug treatment center moving into a foreclosed, million-dollar mansion in a ritzy shoreline neighborhood on A1A in Delray Beach has beachfront residents up […]

Boca Raton stops playing Grinch on holiday decorations

The Boca Raton City Council stepped into it deeply when it chose to ban all holiday decorations in City Hall, libraries and other municipal buildings this season. […]