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Carol Saunders: The Lighthouse ArtCenter's 50th Jubilee Beaux Arts Ball ...
PROVIDED PHOTO Michael Hyman, Sherry Hyman, Susan Bardin, O'Neal Bardin, Syndie Levian, Steve Tendrich, Honey Brian, JoAnne Berkow: Guests including Michael Hyman, Sherry Hyman, Susan Bardin, O'Neal Bardin, Syndie Levian, Steve Tendrich, Honey Brian, JoAnne Berkow wore costumes for their themed tables "My Fair Lady" and the "Rat Pack."
Lighthouse Diner shines again in Jupiter
After a few years of staring at an abandoned restaurant site, North County folks have a diner to die for.
Cabo Flats will open its third location in Stuart
A Palm Beach-based Mexican restaurant hopes to serve its signature margaritas and tacos in the old Rookie's building by the end of the year.
WPTV Local News
7 injured, including child, in Tequesta crash
A child, four teens and two adults were injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday evening at the intersection of North U.S. Highway 1 and Tequesta Drive in Tequesta, said Sgt.
Seven reasons the Tequesta market rocked the season
The Tequesta greenmarket season has come to an end with yesterday's combined market and community Easter egg hunt .
Tale of a tall palm
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com How many guys are needed to fix a radio antenna? If it means having a chance to ride a cherry picker up 72 feet, it takes three.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
A somber bon voyage for Titanic exhibit
An immigrant from Finland, Turja shared a third-class cabin with several other women.
Sunshine State News
Looking to Protect Patrick Murphy, DCCC Raps Carl Domino and Calvin Turnquest
As Republicans hope to defeat U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla., in November, two of his Republican opponents are starting to gain attention from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee as they both claim to be the GOP's front-runner.
North Palm Beach County news briefs, April 3
TurtleFest 2014 is coming to Loggerhead MarineLife Center in Juno Beach on April 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. "We are expecting about 10,000 people to come to this year's TurtleFest," said Tom Longo, MarineLIfe Center's spokesperson.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Ancient Indian mound may become national landmark
It's the only Indian burial mound in urban Broward to have survived development.
The Miami Herald
Tequesta site plan in downtown Miami moves ahead
The future for the downtown Miami site where archaeologists found remnants of a prehistoric Tequesta Indian village will combine a long-planned hotel and entertainment complex and a historic attraction for locals and visitors.
Tequesta Site Downtown
Barring any drastic moves by the Miami city commissioners Thursday, the controversial Tequesta site unearthed downtown will have a marquee showcase from the sidewalk and numerous interpretation options for visitors.