I'll begin by announcing that this post isn't to pick on the Boca Raton News. It's a tiny newspaper on a shoe-string budget. I have nothing against it. But for the first time, I stumbled upon the on-line editorials in that newspaper and found them incredibly entertaining. You know, in the same way a ... More >>
The Boca Raton News followed Stephanie Slater's article about Delray Beach police officer Vincent Balestrieri, who allegedly lied about going back to Iraq so he could collect some department dough. And there were a few, um, similarities between the story Boca News city editor Dale M. King wrote and ... More >>
Local cartoonists offer their take on Gulf War II: Electric Boogaloo
John Wolmer rakes in the bucks telling journos where the action is
This one is big
One of the nation's fastest-growing universities may be headed for hard times... or perhaps they're already here
More than four years after a Delray Beach cop gave him a body full of bruises and a face full of pepper spray, a local doctor is still seeking justice
Letters for September 6, 2001
Boca's hometown newspaper, once a paragon of journalism, has become a laughingstock
A nightclub in the fast lane, a newspaper in the slow one, and a Brazilian with his thumb out
DMV Specialist Randolph Williams has a way with car titles. An investigation finds that way riddled with phony paperwork.
With shifting ownership, low morale, and conflicts of interest, the Boca Raton News continues to flail along
For years private detective Virginia Snyder has accused the Delray Beach police of corruption. Now she's taking them to court.