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Judge Dismisses Allegations Against Attorneys
Town of Palm Beach News

A Palm Beach County judge denied a motion filed by prosecutors asking that two attorneys for Robert Kraft be held in contempt, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. County Judge Leonard Hanser denied the motion filed against attorneys Alex Spiro and William Burck on Friday. Hanser ruled

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Barton Avenue House Sells For $15 Million
Town of Palm Beach News

A house on Palm Beach’s Barton Avenue sold off-market for a recorded $15.3 million, according to a deed filed on Wednesday. The story was first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The house previously hadn’t changed hands in more than 20 years and the buyer also bought another Midtown

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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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Kraft Trial Delayed Indefinitely
Town of Palm Beach News

On Tuesday, a judge granted a state attorney’s request to put a possible trial for Robert Kraft on hold while prosecutors appeal a decision that threw out evidence against Kraft, who owns the NFL’s New England Patriots and resides in Palm Beach part time. The story was first reported by

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Flag Display to Be Held in Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

One weekend this November, the town of Palm Beach’s Bradley Park will be awash in red, white, and blue, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Earlier this month, the Town Council officially approved the Rotary Club of Palm Beach’s request to stage a U.S. flag display during

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