The Old Way of Building More Road Space to Address Traffic is no Longer a Viable Option

By: C. Ron Allen It is no secret that Boca Raton’s traffic is the pits – or at least – not far from it. The overbuilding-overcrowding angst, which is quickly affecting the quality of life throughout South Florida, is alive and well here and it is chipping away at the time we have to actually work, which means less time to make money. It is also More...

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By Online Staff G On Friday, June 30th, 2017

One of America’s Best Communities in Educating Youth to Read at Grade Level

Living up to the idiom once an All-America City, still an All-America City, Delray Beach made history recently by becoming the only municipality in the state to be honored with this prestigious award three times. That More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, June 23rd, 2017

Is Delray Beach a City That Reads?

Sometime today, we should learn whether the City of Delray Beach was named an All-America City for a third year. A contingency a city officials are attending the National Civic League conference in Denver where More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, June 9th, 2017

Congratulations to the Graduates, Their Families

This is one of my favorite seasons – not because it signals the end of the cool weather and heralds the summer days but its time when one journey ends – at least in the education process. Students are. Whether More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, May 26th, 2017

There are More Good News Around Us

How many times have we heard people say there is not enough good or positive news in the paper? I can count numerous times and I am going on the record to say it depends on the publication that one is reading. By More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, May 12th, 2017

A Quarter Century of Recognizing Community Giants

Twenty five years ago automotive legend Jim Moran saw the need to recognize members of south Florida’s black communities who were enriching lives, improving their communities and inspiring their neighbors. Oftentimes, More...

By Bocatribune On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
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Virginia Snyder: Left a Legacy in South Palm Beach County, Was Influential in my Career

By: C. Ron Allen On Monday, I celebrated once again, another birthday. It was another memorable one in many ways. I had been anticipating the respite – my first in many years – and while I vowed not More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, March 10th, 2017

Time to say Kudos, Thanks to a few Amazing Community Members who are making a Difference

Passionate, potent and powerful are three adjectives to describe the message that motivational speaker and life coach Rose “Cat Island Rose” Newbold shared with a group of young ladies from The Unspoken Belle More...

By Online Staff G On Friday, February 24th, 2017

It’s Past Time for us to Recognize That Black History is American History

The student’s eyes opened wide when I told her there was a time – not too long ago – when black teachers in the Palm Beach County school system did not earn the same salaries as their white counterparts. As More...

By Online Staff G On Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Election is 4 Weeks away, Your Involvement Matters

In just over a month voters will head to the polls to select three of seven candidates to lead the city for the next two years. And while the turnout is projected to be low considering this being an off election More...