Boca Raton Tribune Survey Results


Throughout the month of August, The Boca Raton Tribune has conducted a survey on the intentions of residents voting in the August 30th Election. After a great survey turnout on More...

The Boca Raton Tirbune is Ready


The 281st Edition of The Boca Raton Tribune is ready. If you haven’t been able to pick up your copy in one of our paper boxes, you can read the online version of it below!  More...

FAU’s Police Department Launches Free Mobile App That Turns Smartphones Into Personal Safety Devices

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By: Kelsie Weekes As part of Florida Atlantic University’s ongoing commitment to campus safety, FAU’s Police Department is launching “FAU Guardian,” a free mobile app More...

Voting Booths

How to Vote in the August 30th Elections

Election Day is no longer a one-day event. With Absentee (Vote-by-Mail) Ballots, early Voting and, of course, voting on the date designated for the counting of ballots, residents More...

Tipster Leads Boca Police to Robbery, Sexual Battery Suspect

By CRA News Service BOCA RATON – A teenager was arrested and charged after using an advertisement on a website to lure and rob multiple people, Boca Raton Police said. More...

Boca Beat 7-15


Boca Raton will once again be in the center of the soccer world. Two Olympic teams (Argentina and Colombia) will play at More...

Boca Beat 6/24


Mayor Susan Haynie, and Council members Scott Singer, and Jeremy Rodgers were in attendance at Mizner Park Amphitheater More...

MPA Summer in the City MPA Web Banner Things To Do In and Around Boca Raton This Weekend (06/17 – 06/19)

By: Valeria Munoz Friday, June 17 Beauty and The Beast Broward Center for Performing Arts 201...

IMG_3115 High School Theater Students Take Home Cappies Awards at 14th Annual Award Ceremony

Press Release By: Savannah Whaley/ Pierson Grant Public Relations FORT LAUDERDALE – High school theater students from 14...

Photo Credit: MTV Drake Brings His Woes to Miami

By: Stephanie Fonseca It’s been a pretty eventful week for Toronto’s very own. Initially named “Views...

A Mix of the Old and New for FAU

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Photo by: FAU Sports By: Stephanie Fonseca The second week of preseason practices come to a close for FAU Football More...

A Promising Future for Boca Fall Sports

By: Stephanie Fonseca Several schools from Boca Raton were the team to look out for in the Fall sports for the..

First Week of Camp Complete for the FAU Owls Football

By: Stephanie Fonseca Amidst the typical bipolar Florida weather, FAU football completed their first week of their preseason practice camp this..

The Power of Learning from Others


By: Ken Korkow   The late motivational speaker, Charlie “Tremendous” Jones,” used to say, “Five More...

Is Bigger Always Better?

By: Robert J. Tamasy   When a business gets started, the hope is that it will attract customers or clients. But..

Six Words for Greater Thankfulness

By: Ed Thompson   A virtue we see too rarely in the business and professional world is thankfulness. We are reminded..
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Ed Moore, Ph.D Speaker at Tiger Bay Luncheon

This month’s speaker at the Tiger Bay Club luncheon at City Fish Market was Ed Moore, Ph.D who spoke on the..

Op-Ed: All Politics is Local

by: Councilman Robert Weinroth There’s an old saying, “all politics is local.” But, there is no more “local” than municipal politics...

“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall!”

By Dr. Synesio Lyra, Jr. In contemporary society, it’s extremely rare that any individual would bypass a mirror before starting the..