Feature Stories

Palms West Monthly’s 2014 Summer Camp Guide

Palms West Monthly's 2014 Summer Camp Guide

Summertime is fast approaching and it’s never too early to start thinking about matching your child’s interests to just the right camp. Remember however, summer camp is also the perfect opportunity to …

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West Palm’s Historic Trolley Tours helps drive
downtown business

Uniformed schoolgirls enter the doors of St. Ann’s on Olive Avenue. The owner of The Hut on Flagler Drive serves hamburgers and root-beer floats to teenagers driving convertibles. Servicemen departing for duty from the train station on Tamarind Avenue wave and whistle. That’s what actress …

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At Northwood University, the sky’s the limit

Four new business majors and two significant construction projects will lead Northwood University into its 31st year of providing entrepreneurial education to aspiring students from across the globe. ...

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Palm Beach Zoo changes name

WEST PALM BEACH — The year of the cat – panther, to be exact – marked 2013 at the Palm Beach Zoo when an exquisite Florida creature named Mirasol moved into the wetlands habitat. In 2014, the zoo will celebrate the year of the tiger and the year of the ...

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South Florida Fair shines light on Big Apple

The hustle and bustle of the Big Apple will be in the air at the 2014 South Florida Fair, set for Jan. 17 through Feb. 2, in West Palm Beach. “New York City: Be a part of it!” is the official theme of the 102nd installment of the county fair and will offer everything the city ...

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Seminole Ridge High School students build home for Habitat for Humanity

LOXAHATCHEE — When Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County ceremoniously places the keys to one of its newest homes in the hands of an elated owner, students from Seminole Ridge Community High School’s Construction Academy will be there to say congratulations. ...

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