Monthly Archives: May 2016

Pilot says he saw one of the missing Florida teen fishermen

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A pilot who was part of a massive search to find two missing teen fishermen told investigators he’s positive he saw one floating on debris two days after their boat capsized. According to a report released … Continue reading

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Jupiter says thank you to former mayor Karen Golonka

Old photos, old friends and fond memories about Karen Golonka’s two dozen years as mayor filled the town’s civic center on a clear, breezy afternoon May 25. “It’s great to see so many people here. This a a wonderful honor,” … Continue reading

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Martin County Columnist Jacklyn Holfelder

A rose by any other name… For many years, the popular public meeting room at the Blake Library in Stuart was known as The John F. Armstrong Wing — and more than 16,000 people use it annually! The name was … Continue reading

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Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on May 30

‘Military Appreciation Days’ continue More details at 843-918-1014 or www.militaryappreciationdays.com: ▪ Memorial Day Veterans March with Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, 9 a.m., south on Myrtle Beach’s Ocean Boulevard between 16th and Ninth avenues North, with brief ceremony at former Pavilion site. … Continue reading

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Ed Killer: Welcome to ‘Shark Alley’

A good nickname or slogan is well-earned. The best are worn like a badge of honor. The very best are also brief and unforgettable. When I heard the latest nickname coined this week to describe a part of the Treasure … Continue reading

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Officials push for safe boating this Memorial Day Weekend

As boaters hit the water for what is expected to be a crowded Memorial Day weekend, water safety experts are urging people to be cautious to avoid a tragedy. It’s a message especially important for Florida, which has the highest … Continue reading

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Former Jupiter Island Officer wins Commitee Chairman’s Award at LEO Awards in Palm Beach Gardens

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Members of law enforcement rarely get the recognition many think they deserve, but that wasn’t the case on Thursday. The LEO awards seek to put the spotlight on some of our areas best and bravest … Continue reading

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Officials’ message to boaters: Life jackets save lives

Ahead of what is expected to be one of the biggest boating weekends of the year, safety officials Thursday had a message for those planning to hit the waterways: Life jackets save lives. As part of National Safe Boating week, … Continue reading

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In Jupiter, roots of Love Street opposition came from Harbourside

Harbourside Place ignited the anti-development passion in Jupiter, and it’s burned brighter against other waterfront developments such as Love Street and Suni Sands. “Harbourside woke us up. We’ll get development we don’t want if we don’t pay attention,” said Teri … Continue reading

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A return to racing in Point Pleasant Beach

Buy Photo The boats for the first races head out of the inlet for the 2016 Offshore Grand Prix in Point Pleasant Beach on May 22, 2016(Photo: P Ackerman/Staff Photographer, P Ackerman/Staff Photographer)Buy Photo POINT PLEASANT BEACH — The race was … Continue reading

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