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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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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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System Could Become First Named Storm of Year
Town of Palm Beach News

East of Bermuda, a disturbance that could become the first named storm of the 2019 hurricane season is trying to earn the name Andrea, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News.  As of Monday morning, the National Hurricane Center was giving the large area of cloudinesses and disorganized

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Public Safety Officials Update Town of Palm Beach
Town of Palm Beach News

A few years ago, an elderly Palm Beach woman disappeared from her condo. A fellow resident became suspicious and called the police, as first reported by the Palm Beach Daily News.  If it hadn’t been for that resident, police wouldn’t have learned that the 95-year-old woman’s neighbors had rented out

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