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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsAfter years of championing Palm Beach County???s park expansions and land preservation, term limited county commissioners Burt Aaronson and Karen Marcus were honored Tuesday by having their names added to two prime pieces of public real estate. The county...
Maryland WeatherA new tropical depression has formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean. Forecasters expect it will become Tropical Storm Katia later today, and strengthening to hurricane force by Thursday as it steams to the west-northwest in the mid-Atlantic. Tropical...
Maryland WeatherIf you were planning any gardening, camping, hiking, parties or weddings during the next seven days, the forecast from the National Weather Service will not be a pleasant read for you today.There is no sunshine to be seen in the document, just words like....
Maryland WeatherThere's plenty of activity in the tropics this morning, but also plenty of uncertainty about where these two storms might pose a threat.The most immediate concern is with the thunderstorms and gusty winds in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters at......
Maryland WeatherOne of these days, between work and the rain showers, I'll get to cut the grass. But for now, it's just going to keep growing as we continue to entertain showers and storms that just won't leave.Low-pressure parked pretty much on......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsArchitects planning the Ocean Strand park for the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Parks District will kick off the public park planning process at the district's meeting on May 23. "They're going to say here???s what we own, what......
Tags: Referenda, Intracoastal Waterway, Voting, Elections, Politics
Maryland WeatherA big tropical low is getting better organized in the central Atlantic Ocean, and forecasters are giving it a 70 percent chance of becoming the next named storm of the 2011 Atlantic season, sometime in the next 48 hours.The storm......
FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsSince opening day is closing in, time for a stadium interlude??? The 119 palm trees are in the ground, around and in the stadium. The video board is up, with signage on the back facing the campus. - -......
Dining@LargeMy former trivia-night opponent and Scrabble victim, the graphic designer and native of Kansas City John Hathaway graciously agreed to contribute this piece on the relative culinary advantages of his hometown and adopted town. Kind of like I said here,......
Maryland WeatherNational Weather Service forecasters out at Sterling seem to be moving toward a more confident prediction for this week's winter storm. They're talking about a largely rain event for the I-95 corridor, but one that will likely see some changeovers......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsThe group trying to prevent private development on the Ocean Strand property with a ballot initiative is taking their fight to a judge. The group, Keep Your Boca Beaches Public, has been collecting signatures to get an initiative on the......
Tags: Referenda, Judges, Voting, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice
Maryland WeatherThere are two hurricanes blowing their way across the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday. Neither one looks like it will become a threat to the U.S. mainland, although Igor seems likely to stir up dangerous surf.The biggest threat to land is......
Tags: Moving, Belize, Mexico, Disasters, Disasters and Accidents
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