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Palm Beach Couple Find Brick of Cocaine on Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

On April 2, after enjoying dinner at the Flager Steakhouse, Anderson Ohman said he and his girlfriend decided to walk back to their home in Palm Beach, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News.  The couple walked barefoot on the beach near Atlantic Avenue and North Ocean Boulevard,

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Aggressive Sales Tactics Plague Worth Avenue
Town of Palm Beach News

Despite a ban in February, aggressive sales tactics have continued to plague shoppers on Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Palm Beach police have reported issuing two violations since the ordinance went into the effect: one to Lavier and one to Tresor Rare.

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April Twelfth Trial Scheduled for Kraft
Town of Palm Beach News

A Tuesday morning hearing involving the charging of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft with soliciting a prostitute resulted in a new court date and little other progress, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. The hearing, which took place in Circuit Judge Leonard Hanser’s courtroom, lasted twenty

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Worth Avenue To Be Renamed
Town of Palm Beach News

A recent town referendum that many Palm Beach residents missed on the ballot proposed the renaming of ‘Worth Avenue’ to ‘Affordable Avenue.’ Proponents of the renaming said that they wanted to make sure no one with a lower income felt unwelcome.  “We are all about inclusiveness here in Palm Beach,”

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Revised Town Docks Architectural Plan Approved
Town of Palm Beach News

A month ago, some members of the Palm Beach Architectural Commission criticized architectural plans for the Town Docks, calling the Mediterranean Revival-inspired design thick, heavy, bulky, unaesthetic, too dark, and difficult to construct.  On Wednesday, the commission approved revised plans for the docks presented by Rick Gonzalez of REG Architects,

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Palm Beach Experiencing Rise in Auto Thefts
Town of Palm Beach News

Since December, the usually quiet town of Palm Beach has seen a rash of auto thefts, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News. Between 2010 and 2014, annual thefts ranged from three to seven, a number that more than tripled between 2014 and 2015. So far, in the

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