Monthly Archives: October 2017

13-year-old surfer helps rescue man after boat capsizes at Jupiter Inlet

The treacherous currents off the Jupiter Inlet struck again, this time overturning a boat and forcing the man on board to start swimming for his life. That’s when a 13-year-old surfer headed toward him to make a daring rescue. The … Continue reading

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Drone video captures 13-year-old rescuing man whose boat capsized in Jupiter Inlet

CLOSE Kevin Cadby, a drone operator from Palm Beach Gardens, captured the moment a 13-year-old boy rescued a man whose fishing boat sank Oct. 27 in Jupiter Inlet. CONTRIBUTED VIDEO BY KEVIN CADBY Sam Ruskin, 13, of Jupiter, helped rescue … Continue reading

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Flood advisory expires for southern Brevard

Buy Photo National Weather Service officials reported record rain for Melbourne on Sunday(Photo: TIM SHORTT/FLORIDA TODAY)Buy Photo UPDATE: The flood advisory expired at 11:15 p.m. Saturday for southern Brevard, Indian River and St. Lucie counties. ORIGINAL STORY: Doppler radar at … Continue reading

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JUST IN: Boat capsized on rocks of Jupiter Inlet – Palm Beach Post

Crews were called to the Jupiter Inlet, just north of Indiantown Road, where an individual was on the shore and a 22-foot boat was on the rocks. There were no reported injuries. Article source: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/just-boat-capsized-rocks-jupiter-inlet/LggI6UnpXJJCDn0fItalHI/

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JUST IN: Boat capsized on rocks at Jupiter Inlet

Crews were called to the Jupiter Inlet, just north of Indiantown Road, where an individual was on the shore and a 22-foot boat was on the rocks. There were no reported injuries. Article source: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/just-boat-capsized-rocks-jupiter-inlet/LggI6UnpXJJCDn0fItalHI/

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Treasures from Palm Beach County shipwrecks on view at history museum

Lifeguard Peter Leo was swimming off Jupiter Inlet Park on July 13, 1987, when he spotted a cannon embedded in the sands below. That was his first glimpse of the wreck of the San Miguel de Archangel, a ship carrying silver … Continue reading

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TREASURE MIRED IN DISTRUST

This story originally ran in the Palm Beach Post on May 28, 1995 * Treasure from the San Miguel de Archangel has trickled over centuries from Spanish settlers in the New World to state archivists in Tallahassee, bankers in South … Continue reading

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Jupiter Inlet Veterans Family Fishing Classic

A past scene from the Veterans Classic(Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY LEONARD BRYANT PHOTOGRAPHY) From 9 a.m .to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28,  FishingCommunity.Org, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management and many other partners, is conducting the 3rd Annual Jupiter Inlet Veterans Family … Continue reading

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Florida gas prices dip another nickel, but they’re still 5-10 cents too high, AAA says

The slow drop-drop-drop of gas prices continues, but there’s still a ways to go before they return to pre-hurricane levels. Gasoline prices in Florida fell another five cents last week but remain 18 cents higher than before Hurricane Harvey struck … Continue reading

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Townhouse project proposed in Jupiter

Rendering of proposed Inlet Waters townhouse development in Jupiter (Source: Palm Beach Post) A developer proposed building 33 townhouses with prices starting under $700,000 on a waterfront site in Jupiter. The town’s planning and zoning commission approved the proposed townhouse … Continue reading

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