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Town Wins Undergounding-Related Lawsuit
Town of Palm Beach News

After bringing a lawsuit against the Town of Palm Beach that was struck down by a judge, a Palm Beach Towers-based firm has been ordered to pay for the cost of the town’s legal defense in the lawsuit, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The firm brought

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Kraft's Arraignment Scheduled
Town of Palm Beach News

Robert Kraft’s lawyer said that Kraft, owner of the NFL’s New England Patriots, will not appear at the hearing on two counts of soliciting a prostitute at a Jupiter day spa, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The prostitution case against Kraft is scheduled for an arraignment

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Palm Beachers Appear on Forbes' Billionaire List
Town of Palm Beach News

Forbes list of the world’s billionaires, released yesterday and including several people with ties to Palm Beach, reflected that almost half of the richest people on the planet saw their net worth shrink over the last year, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. However, most of the

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Araskog and Silvin Face Off in Town Election
Town of Palm Beach News

In the race for Group 2 Town Council seat in Palm Beach, Incumbent Julie Araskog has raised and spent more than twice as much money as challenger Rene Silvin as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The election is just around the corner on March 12, when voters

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Undergrounding Project To Continue This Summer
Town of Palm Beach News

Overhead utility lines near the Mar-a-Lago Club owned by President Donald Trump may be replaced with buried lines by 2020 as a part of the Town of Palm Beach’s ongoing undergrounding project according to a town official and as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News.  The president’s club

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William Minor Ordered to Pay $1.6 Million
Town of Palm Beach News

A former volunteer for a charity in Palm Beach is being required to pay back $1.6 million to the non-profit he defrauded during his decades-long scam targeting the organization’s pension plan, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. William H. Minor, 70, pleaded guilty to one count of

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