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Oceanfront House Sells For $11 Million in Forfeiture
Town of Palm Beach News

An oceanfront home in Palm Beach sold for a recorded $11 million after being forfeited by a former national treasurer of Venezuela who was sentenced to ten years in prison last fall. The story was first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Alejandro Andrade pleaded guilty in a U.S.

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State to Require Town to Return $700,000 In Grants
Town of Palm Beach News

The state of Florida says that it will require the town of Palm Beach to return $700,000 in previously awarded historic preservation grant money if it adds stairs to the back of the Addison Mizner Memorial Fountain. The story was first reported by Palm Beach Daily News. The state Division

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West Palm Beach Man Arrested On DUI Charge
Town of Palm Beach News

On Sunday, June 2, Palm Beach police charged a 46-year-old man with driving under the influence after they observed him driving the wrong way down a one way street, according to a police report. The story was first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. According to the police report,

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Colony Hotel Redoing Pool and Outdoor Area
Town of Palm Beach News

The town of Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the request by the owners of The Colony to demolish and reconstruct the pool and outdoor dining area of the hotel at 155 and 135 Hammon Ave, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Designers said that the proposal

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Teenager Snuck Into Mar-a-Lago During Presidential Visit
Town of Palm Beach News

In November, during one of President Trump’s visits to Mar-a-Lago, an eighteen-year-old college freshman snuck into the club and wandered the grounds for twenty minutes before he was arrested, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. On Tuesday, Mark Lindblom told a federal magistrate that his only motivation

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High Risk for Rip Currents This Weekend
Town of Palm Beach News

Due to east winds gusting to more than 25 mph, the National Weather Service is warning of a high risk of rip currents during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. An area of high pressure is setting up over the southeast U.S.

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