The Boca Roundup: This Week’s Biggest Stories


    These are the biggest stories from another hectic week in Boca Raton, from Monday’s protest on Glades Road to the struggle of preparing schools for the 2020-21 school year.

    • Protests over the death of George Floyd erupted around the country this week, with a significant gathering of demonstrators closing Glades Road in Boca Raton on Monday evening. We were on the scene. Read the full story here.
    • Reopening Florida’s schools is proving to be the most difficult hurdle to overcome on the road to economic recovery. Read the full story here.
    • The Delray Beach City Commission had a hectic week that included the settling of Ryan Boylston’s ethics complaint, filling a CRA seat, and more. Read the full story here.
    • What does it take to reopen a restaurant in Palm Beach County? We spoke to the Regional to find out. Read the full story here.
    • What will Boca schools look like in the fall when the 2020-21 school year begins? Nobody knows for sure, but one local school already has a plan. Read the full story here.
    • Check out our Boca Goes Live! video series, where we chat with special guests speaking candidly on a variety of topics. This week’s installment featured a conversation between Boca magazine Editor-in-Chief Marie Speed and City Watch writer Randy Schultz. Click here for more.