Sunday, September 27, 2020
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Is Delray Beach’s Water Safe to Drink?

On its website, Delray Beach proclaims prominently that the city’s drinking water is safe. The page for the Utilities Department sends...

Delray Beach Adds Outdoor Dining Option This Week

I hope you’ve been enjoying the Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month, with lots of special deals from area venues. For the...
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Unpacking the Resignation of Suzanne Fisher, Delray Budget Woes & More

The resignation of Assistant City Manager Suzanne Fisher raises more questions about the turmoil in Delray Beach. As...
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Delray Beach Assistant City Manager Resigns Amid Gretsas Drama

Delray Beach Assistant City Manager Suzanne Fisher, who is at the center of the controversial suspension of City Manager George Gretsas,...
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The Lead Up to the Gretsas Firing and More Delray Updates

Five days before his suspension as Delray Beach’s city manager, George Gretsas proposed what his attorney called “team building and leadership...
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BREAKING: Delray Beach City Commission Gives Notice of Intent to Fire...

A divided Delray Beach City Commission voted Wednesday to give notice of intent to fire City Manager George Gretsas in what...
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Morikami, Mounts, Cornell Museum Reopen

Palm Beach County’s cultural institutions continue to cautiously reopen this week—some only partially, with reduced hours, and under strict CDC guidelines.
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Arts Garage Exhibit Showcases Quarantine Art

Strolling through “Artists in Quarantine,” the eclectic new exhibition in Arts Garage’s Grassroots Gallery, I thought of the old adage, “if...
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Vince Canning Shoes Walks

I knew things would be different when Boca and Delray started to open up again; I knew we’d lose some businesses....
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Existential Challenges and a Hopeful Future: Inside a Roller-Coaster Spring at...

Arts Garage President Marjorie Waldo has seen firsthand the positive impact of arts and culture. “Art and music really matter to...
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