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The Jupiter Town Council decided to postpone the decision on the 800 –parking space garage on Parkway Street and A1A, not far from Jupiter Inlet Colony, until December 3.  An email was sent stating “the postponement will allow the Town to investigate some of the issues and considerations raised by residents and businesses.  

Some of the issues raised during the meeting included whether or not the town had considered all possibilities for alternate locations for the parking garage.  A concern was beachgoers, using the Parkway Street garage, for nearby Dubois Park, and how would that be managed?  Had the one level of underground parking on U.S. 1, known as Piatt property, been considered?  What was happening with the Town owned parking lot on Love

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He might have had to travel all the way to China to get it, but Dustin Johnson now has a World Golf Championship title to add to his resume.

Playing in the WGC-HSBC Champions at Sheshan International lead for three out of the four rounds and finished with a 6-under par 66 on Sunday to win by three shots over Ian Poulter. Setting a tournament record with a four day total of 24-under par, the Loxahatchee River resident also won 550 FedEx Cup points. This year's edition of the WGC-HSBC Champions awarded FedEx Cup points for the first time in the tournament's history as it became part of the 2013-2014 wrap around schedule.

This was the second time that Johnson has won his first tournament of the season that he has competed in. Johnson also won last

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The All Aboard Florida passenger rail project will be a cost effective and environmentally friendly way to travel between South Florida and Orlando, with potential to expand to Tampa and Jacksonville.  Trains will operate at speeds up to 125 miles per hour, meeting the United States Department of Transportation definition of “high speed rail” and thusly reducing travel time between Orlando and Miami and other connections offered.  Trains will offer a full range of first-class amenities including Wi-Fi internet service, gourmet meal service, beverage service, reserved business class seating and coach service seating, luggage and bicycle accommodations.
Two crucial pieces popped into place for Florida East Coast Industries and their plans for the proposed

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Palm Beach Gardens Golf Course closed on June 1st to undergo a $2.5 million renovation project and the wait for golfers to get back on the picturesque course is almost over.

Palm Beach Gardens golf course will re-open its doors to both members and the public on December 9th, six months after it closed down for enhancements and renovations. Several projects have been worked on and completed for the past several months including a new irrigation system, installation of TifEagle greens, Celebration tees and fairways, new drainage systems in several wet areas, new bunkers and bunker aesthetics, laser-leveling of tee tops, and landscaping.

Rates will be published in the next couple of weeks at which point the course will begin taking tee times. For more

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SPOOKTACULAR SATURDAY: 1 to 4pm Saturday, October 26, 2013, Legacy Place, 11290 Legacy Avenue, Palm Beach Gardens. Covered wagon hayrides, a photo booth, monster mash dance party, hair and face painting, cookie decorating, kids’ art activities, and a pumpkin patch.  Total Wine will be hosting a wine tasting for the 21 and over guests. Pets are welcome to enter the pet costume contest and parade. Fun for the entire family.  More information  available at www.shoplegacyplace.com.

TURTLEWEEN:  5 to 8pm Saturday, October 26, 2013, 14200 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach. Celebrate Halloween with the turtles at Loggerhead Marine Life Centers  See live birds of prey, tour the haunted house, visit a mad scientist’s lab, plus games, crafts, activities, tricks and treats…
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The Town of Jupiter is hosting a “Kooky Halloween Party” for resident ghosts, princesses, monsters and pop stars at the Jupiter Community Center, 200 Military Trail, Jupiter, October 25, 2013 6:00pm – 9:00pm.  Kids wear your costume and enjoy a special candy collecting opportunity.  The haunted happenings will include inflatable bounce houses, creepy candy, monster music, prizes, games and more.  Bring your own bag. This is a FREE event.

Pumpkin Patches!  It is pumpkin patch time!  Search for the perfect pumpkin and use it for decorations, delicious desserts, jack-o-lanterns, and lots more.  These are great hands on activities for the family.  You do not have to look far there are local pumpkin patches right in your local neighborhood most are open until…
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The reports are in and the trending colors for 2014 are out.  Interior design inclinations vary from time to time since so many people love to experiment with new style.  Consumers are becoming increasing aware of color and its impact on their home.

Pantone View Home and Interiors 2014 is a forecasting book that provides color and direction for interior spaces and/or home furnishings.  Pantone Color Institute has created nine color palettes for 2014; they are Techno Color, Physicality, Sculpted Simplicity, Fluidity, Collage, Intimacy, Moda, Tribal Threads, and Eccentricities.  

Techno Color “acknowledges advances in technology” with vibrant and deep hues often executed in reflective surfaces – shades like emerald turquoise blue, purple jet, black,  and

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While south Florida enjoys warm temparatures throughout the year, there will be a feeling of fall in the air in Palm Beach Gardens this Friday.

That's because the Palm Beach Gardens Recreation Center will host its annual Fall Festival from 6-8pm at the Burns Road facility. The free festival will include live music, a trick-or-treat trail and a candy corn count. Residents and guests attending the event are encouraged to dress in costume and bring trick-or-treat bags. Food and drink will also be available for purchase.

For more information on the Palm Beach Gardens Fall Festival you can contact the Palm Beach Gardens recriation department at 561-630-1100.

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A violin, believed to have been played on the Titanic as it sank, was auctioned for more $1.6 million this past weekend.  The sea-corroded instrument is believed to have been belonged to bandmaster Wallace Hartley.  He was one of the disasters 1,500 victims.
As seen in the blockbuster film, “Titantic”, the band continued playing “Nearer, My God, to Thee” as passengers panic and the ship sinks into the icy waters.  The violin, with the inscription “For WALLACE on the occasion of our ENGAGEMENT from MARIA”, was believed to be strapped to the musician’s body in a leather case.  

The violin was returned to Hartley’s fiancée, Maria Robinson, in England in 1939.  After her death, it was donated to the Salvation Army Band and later passed on, eventually settling…
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It might have taken a trip to the other side of the world, but Rory Mcllroy managed to record his best finish of 2013 this weekend at the OneAsia Tour's Korean Open.

The Palm Beach Gardens resident shot a final round 67 to finish in a tie for second, one shot behind winner Kang Sung-hoon. Mcllroy bounced back from a rough round Saturday to get back in tournament contention on Sunday. His final round 67 was the lowest round of the day and was only one shot off of the low round for the tournament.

While the Bears Club member struggled for most of the 2013 PGA Tour season, he has shown signs of light at times. He recorded five top 10s on the PGA Tour in 2013 and still has several opportunites to record his first win of 2103. After a one day exhibition

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