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Boca Raton may seize people’s property to preserve beachfront
A tough predicament. The Boca Raton beach is slowly eroding, but in order to preserve the beach, the city will need to seize property owners beach front properties. This could get interesting.
Boca Raton fined 14K by FHSAA for illegal offseason basketball practice; coach suspended
Boca Raton High School has been fined $14,000 and placed on administrative probation by the FHSAA for holding an illegal boys basketball practice out of season.
Head coach Max Spinner has been suspended three weeks for his role in the workout, according to a Palm Beach County School District spokesperson. Spinner will be allowed to return on Dec. 6. John Peterson is currently serving as interim coach.
Burglary investigation prompts heavy police presence in Boca Raton
St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton was placed on lockdown for a time Thursday as officers searched for burglary suspects, police said.
Police later said they had three suspects in custody.
A Walk on The Ashley Trail
Spend some time exploring the great outdoors in Boca Raton this summer at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. A Walk on The Ashley Trail is a recurring event that takes place every Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. This guided tour includes an informative walk through the Mangroves, down to the beach and to the Butterfly Garden.
Annual Boca Raton Bowl Great Chefs Tailgate Showcase & College Spirit Night Served Up Tailgate
Boasting more crowd-pleasing culinary diversity, chef stations, and “fan-fare”, the Boca Raton Bowl’s third annual Great Chefs Tailgate Showcase & College Spirit Night officially kicked off a strong wave of Palm Beach County pride for the County’s own NCAA-sanctioned college football bowl game. It did so while driving ticket sales and raising $14,000 in funds to Spirit of Giving’s annual holiday gift drive.
7 South Florida Holiday Events to Get You in the Festive Spirit
The holidays are almost here! Although it won’t and never will be a “White Christmas” for us Floridians in terms of snow, there are still plenty of ways to get in the holiday spirit. Here are seven sparkling happenings taking place in Boca and its neighboring towns this gorgeous month of November.