What you need to know in Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach


In Palm Beach Gardens, former mayor Marcie Tinsley faces political newcomer Rob Nanfro to fill the vacant Group 2 City Council seat. Two seats on the North Pam Beach Village Council are on the ballot.

Jodie Wagner
 
| Palm Beach Post

PALM BEACH GARDENS — A native New Yorker who moved to the city nearly two years ago will challenge a former mayor in the race to fill a vacant

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Fayetteville should not have repainted divisive message downtown

Pat King
 |  The Fayetteville Observer

Some years ago, I carried a card in my wallet that had the acronym “WWJD” on it. It was an acronym that appeared in many places: tee shirts, hats, billboards, publications, etc. Most Christians would know it stood for “What Would Jesus Do?” It was helpful to me to remind me to be fair, kind and respectful in what decisions I made that affected

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Warm Their Hearts With These Valentine’s Day Gifts

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The weather is cold across much of the nation right now and the frosty pattern will make for a chilly Valentine’s Day this year in most parts of the nation. But we’ve got some ideas

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These Jersey Shore towns made more money on beach tags in 2020 than the year before

The summer of 2020 at the Jersey Shore was unlike any other.

Crowds flocked to beaches, desperate for fresh air amid the coronavirus pandemic. Finding a spot on the sand was like a game of musical chairs in a number of coastal towns. And some used drones to monitor social distancing from above and limit visitors.

But how did the pandemic affect beach badge revenues?

Last summer, 27 municipalities along

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Shine on: Volunteers bring personal touch to virtual special needs prom | Local News

Last Feb. 7, James Barnes got all dressed up to go to the prom. On that same date this year, he changed clothes to look his best while waiting for the prom to come to him.

Volunteers made a special delivery Sunday to help Night to Shine guests prepare to spend this year’s prom night at home. Although COVID-19 prompted the Tim Tebow Foundation to move the event to a

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Warm Their Heart With These Valentine’s Day Gifts

AccuWeather may receive a commission if you choose to purchase any of the products linked in this article. Prices are accurate at time of publish.

The weather is cold across much of the nation right now and the frosty pattern will make for a chilly Valentine’s Day this year in most parts of the nation. But we’ve got some ideas

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R.I. seniors left frustrated by COVID-19 vaccine registration process

Lori DeLancey lives in Tennessee and spent the weekend trying to book an appointment for her 75-year-old mom, who has multiple comorbidities and lives in Smithfield, R.I. DeLancey logged in to the CVS vaccine portal just after midnight Saturday night and the registration form was not yet available.

She logged in again at 8:22 a.m. Sunday and filled out a registration form that consisted of a few pages’ worth of

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We just had the deadliest week of avalanches in more than a century

The U.S. just saw the deadliest week for avalanches in more than 100 years. 

At least 15 people were killed in avalanches from Jan. 31 to Feb. 6 in Utah, Montana, Colorado, California, Arkansas and New Hampshire, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC). In total, 21 people have died in avalanches across the country during the 2020-2021 season as of Monday. Last season, a total of 23 people

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