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Carter is obsessed with breaking news and has written for several newspapers and blogs around the country.

Linen Store on Worth Ave Has Closed
Town of Palm Beach News

After a decade of being open on Worth Avenue, the linen store, Pratesi, has closed.  According to Palm Beach Daily News, the store closed last month. Since being purchased by the company, J2 Brands Group, many stores around America and Italy has closed. The only remaining store that is open is

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Swedish Hollywood Housewives Star Arrested in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

Swedish Hollywood Housewives Star Arrested in Palm Beach. After an arrest and $545 later, a reality star is pleading not guilty to stealing sunglasses from the Chanel store located on Worth Avenue. According to Palm Beach Daily News, star of “Swedish Hollywood Housewives,” Gunilla Persson, will plead not guilty to

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New Police Culture Brings Less Crime in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

Crime has dropped in Palm Beach and residents are happy about it. How? Improvements to the police force on the island are cited by Town Manager, Kirk Blouin. This is credited towards police chief, Ann-Marie Taylor. Some of the new approach styles include community engagement and making sure to have

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Cucina on Royal Poinciana Way Gets Lunchtime Valet Service
Town of Palm Beach News

Cucina on Royal Poinciana Way gets lunchtime valet service thanks to the Town Council of the Town of Palm Beach. The Town Council approved  their request in an effort to reduce mid-day congestion on Royal Poinciana Way, The Town Council voted unanimously to approve the well known Palm Beach restaurant

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Floating Docks Coming To The Town of Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach Town Council reached a consensus on one of three plan options to renovate the town docks of Palm Beach. The costs are projected to be $31.8 million. On Tuesday, Senior Engineering Consultant for Baird, Gordon Thomson, whose services were charged by the Town of Palm

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Palm Beach Town Council Appoints a New President
Town of Palm Beach NewsTown of Palm Beach Politics

On Tuesday, in front of a packed house at Town Hall, the Town of Palm Beach Town Council added a new member to its ranks, and appointed a new president. The Town Council took steps in order to fill two empty seats left by former Council President Richard Kleid, whose

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Town of Palm Beach Cuts $2.5 Million From Budget
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach has carved out close to $2.5 million in savings after approving cuts from a list of 75 proposed areas placed on the chopping block. Although the exact amount of total savings is yet to be determined, Town Council’s decision to reassess the workforce proved to

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Town of Palm Beach Departmental Cuts Could Be Coming
Town of Palm Beach News

A comprehensive review of town operations by the staff for the Town of Palm Beach, exceeds expectations in identifying proposed cuts in order to eliminate $5.42 million in budget costs. The review involved an extensive, in-depth look at department spending. The staff, working under the direction of the Town Council,

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New Town of Palm Beach Website
Town of Palm Beach News

The Town of Palm Beach’s online presence takes on a new look with a new website, and will continue to strengthen with a new mobile app coming soon. After undergoing a website redesign back in 2013, The Town was due another site upgrade at no additional cost. Town officials decided

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Palm Beach Historical Shopping District Speed Limit Slowed to 25mph
Town of Palm Beach News

After a recent study of traffic by the Florida Department of Transportation, the speed limit has been slowed to 25 mph near the shopping and historical districts between the avenues of Seaspray and Hammon. The effort to make the area safer for pedestrians comes soon after major improvements to Town

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