A local economic consulting firm released a study on Wednesday that says All Aboard Florida will add nearly $2.4 billion in jobs over the next eight years to Florida, and $653 million in tax revenue. All Aboard Florida, which is a private rail service that plans on running a passenger train from Mi ... More >>
If there is dish in South Florida, Jose Lambiet is your best server. The founder of GossipExtra.com has been covering all things juicy and scandalous in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami and beyond for the better part of a decade. Armed with a baldhead full of stories about everything from Trump's high-pro ... More >>
Disgraced ex-military man and confessed torturer Allen West's sell-by date is long past. His 15 minutes should have been up when he conceded defeat in his race for reelection in Florida's 18th Congressional district last fall, after playing the victim card through a petulant few weeks of post-E ... More >>
It is, of course, essential Rick Scott lore that our budget-cutting governor nixed a federally funded high-speed rail project because it used too much taxpayer money. As little sense as that move made, the governor has always been clear that he favors private enterprise over the government provid ... More >>
Prosecutors: Swiss Banker Tried to Screw IRS. Us: Is That Wrong?Federal prosecutors in Fort Lauderdale have charged a Swiss banker with helping 20,000 Americans hide assets from the IRS. A judge signed an order yesterday declaring that former UBS AG executive Raoul Weil is a fugitive from justice. N ... More >>
Strange creatures haunt the Everglades. And that's just the humans.
Pay for Play
It's the same old story, critics say: displacing blacks to make way for whites
Gov. Bush's Scripps gamble is sucking up state funds -- and the Everglades with it
How y'gonna land that 500-pound marlin? Just reach out the back of Excellence's fishing cockpit.
Palm Beach's most exclusive club opens up, but not too far
Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
Preston Tillman wants a memorial built in West Palm Beach for victims of the 1928 hurricane. But that's not all.
A new West Palm shopping mecca is attracting some folks downtown. Others will have to leave.
The Ninth Annual Victoria Park Holiday Home Tour
Six shoppertainment malls, three eager mallrats, one day of shopping nirvana
June 3 - 9, 1999
Efforts to revitalize this rundown West Palm Beach neighborhood have failed. Miserably.