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Police in Florida said a man was issued 50 traffic citations after he led officers from two cities in a chase that ended when he crashed his SUV. Authorities said Elvis Alonzo Barrett, 46, whose driver's license has been revoked six times and suspended 28 times, refused to pull over in Boynton Beach when a police officer attempted to stop him and led police in the city and in nearly Delray Beach on a chase that included driving the wrong way on an Interstate 95 ramp before crashing into...
By Maria Herrera, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug. 6--DELRAY BEACH -- It took more than two decades, but the Haitian community here finally has representation at City Hall.
By C. Ron Allen, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug. 1--DELRAY BEACH -- To many in south Palm Beach County, Clayton L. Coleman was a teacher, coach, mentor and parent.
By Maria Herrera, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 31--DELRAY BEACH -- For 10 years, Virginia Feldman has roamed the city's streets, trapping and rescuing feral fowl, injured raccoons and stray dogs. But Feldman's job might disappear next year.
By Maria Herrera, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 16--DELRAY BEACH -- City officials approved a program Tuesday that will add an extra year of service to employees who are close to retirement and willing to leave early.
By Evan S. Benn, The Miami Herald Jul. 11--Beachgoers be warned: If you see the ocean turn red this weekend, it's not your eyes playing tricks on you, and it's nothing to worry about.
By Glen Warchol, The Salt Lake Tribune Jun. 25--DELRAY BEACH, Fla.
By Erika Slife, South Florida Sun-Sentinel May 15--DELRAY BEACH -- For a few lucky folks, home comes with breathtaking views of the Intracoastal Waterway and a landscaped garden tended to weekly, all for less than $500 a month, utilities included. Welcome to the Delray Beach city marina.
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- United Real Estate Ventures, LLC (UREV), in partnership with The Crimson Ibis Companies and Ascot Development Group, has acquired 154 acres of entitled land in Delray Beach, Florida.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A self-proclaimed psychic and fortuneteller pleaded guilty on Thursday to bilking elderly clients in south Florida out of more than $2 million over an eight-year period, federal officials said.
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