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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsThree months after being driven from office by scandal, former Palm Beach County commissioner Jeff Koons on Thursday is scheduled to receive an award for his years of work for the homeless. The Lord???s Place homeless shelter plans to honor......
The Swampby Mark Silva As the nation's largest automaker heads into bankruptcy court in the morning, the Obama administration this evening spelled out the agreements that it has made for the reorganizaiton of the ailing car-and-truck-maker: Including $30 billion...
Q: I own a condominium unit in a 14-unit building. Our bylaws state that only family members may lease a unit. We have a management company that is letting unit owners rent to whomever they want. I am on the board, and we have expressed our concerns to...
Q: Our condominium board held our annual meeting in December on one week's notice. According to the meeting minutes, there were also an insufficient number of unit owners present to constitute a quorum per our bylaws. No proxies were distributed to the...
History sometimes has a way of tying itself up with a little bow. That's the way I felt in January when I introduced Scott Prouty, the bartender-turned-videographer who helped sink Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, to Teddy Goff, the 28-year-old...
Now that longtime activist and irreverent Fort Lauderdale attorney Norm Kent has become leader of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, what should we call him? His Highness? Boss Weed? Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Joints?...
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Sixteen homes, 16 sets of panicked owners. The residents of a Leesburg subdivision that went belly up during the real-estate bust face a financial dilemma that's the result of greedy investors, a failure by lawmakers to think ahead and maybe the...
Another year in travel has nearly come and gone. The era of higher airfares remained as airlines showed continued discipline when putting seats in the sky. Hotels and rental cars continued to be the best sources of bargains. Superstorm Sandy took a bite...
South Bend TribuneSometimes a thought or a phrase is enough to cause a spark. Sophie Campbell said she takes those sparks and writes poems. She said she tries to write the ideas down whenever they cross her mind. She keeps her iPad nearby just in case. Sophie is 12 and she...
FBI and CIA officials were to travel Wednesday to Capitol Hill to brief the House Intelligence Committee's chairman and its top Democratic member on the resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus and the investigation that led up to it, according to a...
The Hartford CourantThree short items this week: How many essential vs. non-essential state employees were working, or not, during Hurricane Sandy; an ethics fine is announced Friday against a state legislator, three days after he's re-elected; and a Fifth Amendment claim by...
Paul Greenberg". . . count no man happy till he dies, free of pain at last." -- Sophocles, "Oedipus Rex" He was America's most honored general, and for good reason. From West Point to Princeton, the classroom to the battlefield, theory to practice, David Petraeus had...
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