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$50,000 stolen in armed robbery at West Boca produce company
Employees of a produce wholesaler, and a man who comes around every Friday to cash their paychecks, were robbed of about $50,000 Friday afternoon, a company official and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said.

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Papa’s Mishpucha raises awareness for ALS through walk
When Harold Orlick was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease, the family man from Boynton Beach wasn’t going to stop fighting.

City supports association’s request to nix road widening project
An association representing 2,000 residences has convinced city officials and a county commissioner to help kill the Palmetto Park Road widening project at the last minute.

Officials: Golfers to see minimal effect from water restrictions
Showers in the forecast all this week should be a relief for West Boca ‘s public golf course managers, as they head into the lower-priced off-season under a 15 percent watering cutback.

City to cordon off free areas during amphitheater concerts
When the rock band Further and Harry Connick Jr. perform in the city-owned Mizner Park Amphitheater on April 6 and 9, people who plan to listen outside for free will find something new.

Firefighters honor 3-year-old boy who put out small fire in West Boca home
Aiden Lindsey knew just what to do when a fallen lamp sparked a fire in his home west of Boca Raton . The 3-year-old put out the small fire with a skill he’d learned when firefighters visited his school.

Boca Raton Middle principal Jack Thompson retires after 40-year career
At Boca Raton Elementary School in 1971, new college graduate Jack Thompson began teaching sixth-graders.

Part of sentence for Boca man in seafood mislabeling case is to instruct others
A Palm Beach County man and two businesses have been sentenced to probation after admitting they falsely labeled salmon and shrimp in violation of federal law.

Palmetto Park Road stretching to eight lanes
Another eight-lane road is coming to southern Palm Beach County .

600-pound West Boca man loses 100 pounds with diet, exercise and online support
After 90 days of regular exercise, strict dieting and daily online updates, Rob Graulau has lost more than 100 pounds. What he’s gained in that time is harder to measure — confidence, better health, new friendships and a brighter future.