e-Editions 2012

Front Page: SAND SCULPTURES BY THE SEA: Seven holiday scenes created from 600 tons of sand adorn downtown West Palm Beach. Censorship, intolerance topic of visiting exhibition.
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Front Page: A treasure hunt, face painting, crafts and dancing were the main attractions at the recently held “Princess and Pirate Ball” at the Lake Pavilion in downtown West Palm Beach. Turtle nesting season closes with record-breaking year.
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Front Page: A new program offering car rental by the hour targets downtown West Palm workers who rely on public transportation to get around. USTA to host free kids tennis festival Oct. 6 in Wellington.
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Front Page: A pet parade, dog contests, kids activities and plenty of food and drink specials highlight this year’s Pup Crawl on Clematis Street. Bennigan’s eyes new location in Royal Palm Beach.
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Front Page: Many stories of strange and unexplained activities continue to surface out of the South Florida Fairground’s Yesteryear Village. New tutoring service seeks top students for jobs.
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JULY 2012
Front Page: For one teen, writing about her battle with bullying lets “other kids know they are not the only ones going through this sort of thing.” Wellington Boys and Girls Club breaks ground on new facility.
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JUNE 2012
Front Page: ‘Dog Tales’ reading program provides a safe place, free of criticism for kids to read aloud – no one laughs at them if they mispronounce. The Wellington Talent Search is on the lookout for amateur performers.
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MAY 2012
Front Page: About 100 people came out for the “Raise the Roof” celebration that officially kicked off Palms West Hospital’s fourth floor expansion project. Area thinkPINKkids students to host 5K Walk May 11.
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APRIL 2012
Front Page: In one local community, residents volunteer to teach kids tennis using a kid-friendly approach catching on nationwide. Merger of Palms West, Lake Worth chambers signify ‘new beginning.’
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MARCH 2012
Front Page: James Ponce has earned the title of Palm Beach’s only ‘two-legged historic landmark.’ Candidates sprint toward finish line in local elections.
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Front Page: Saddle Up for Jazzfest will convert the pristine polo fields into an open air music venue that is expected to draw thousands. Students gear up for annual auto show at Northwood University.
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Front Page: What Steve Jobs did with the iPhone, Ana Cusell is doing with the UnFrame – giving the world a product it didn’t know it needed. The South Florida Fair comes to town Jan. 13-29.
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