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Scott summons Citizens to explain ‘rebuff’ of his foreign travel ban reported by Post

protectingyourpocket.blog.palmbeachpost.com — The office of Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday called the CEO of state-run insurer Citizens to an Aug. 19 Cabinet meeting to explain why the company rejected the governor's recommended ban on foreign travel by board members, brought to light by reporting in The Palm Beach Post.
Jul 31, 2014

RT @Elmorepbp: Gov. Scott today summoned Citizens to explain ‘rebuff’ of his foreign travel ban reported by Post shar.es/L4Ns5 via @sharethis

Miami Dolphins sign tight end Raymond Webber (w/video highlights)

dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Andrew Abramson The Dolphins signed tight end Raymond Webber on Thursday, a player that spent some time with Tampa Bay three years ago when Miami GM Dennis Hickey was director of player personnel for the Bucs. Miami released former Penn State tight end Brett Brackett.

Botched snaps illustrate Miami Dolphins’ problems at center

palmbeachpost.com — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer DAVIE - The problem everyone is tired of hearing about is one the Dolphins are just as tired of seeing. Thursday's closed practice brought more botched snaps from center. Nate Garner saw most of the action at center. One shotgun snap rolled to Ryan Tannehill.
Jul 31, 2014

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Boynton High’s arts magnet offers more seats

palmbeachpost.com — By Michelle Kaplan Special to The Palm Beach Post Students returning to some Southern Palm Beach County schools on Aug. 18, may find that things are not the same as when they left, in fact, there are some big changes on the menu. Boynton Beach High School's arts program has undergone an expansion.
Jul 31, 2014

RT @BYB2Boynton: Boynton Beach High School’s arts program has undergone an expansion. The district made 300 more seats available, palmbeachpost.com/news/news/loca…

The five most important games on 2014 Miami Hurricanes schedule

caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Matt Porter The Hurricanes begin fall practice Aug. 5 on campus in Coral Gables. Every day this week, we'll take a look at five items of note. Today's post looks at the five games that could make or break Miami's 2014 season. Sept. 1 at Louisville: Possibly the most critical game on the schedule.

Hurricanes unranked in 2014 preseason coaches poll

caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Matt Porter Miami was not ranked in the preseason coaches poll, which was released Thursday. The Hurricanes received 45 votes, finishing 34 th in the balloting. Three UM opponents were ranked and eight of 12 received at least one vote. Florida State finished atop the poll, receiving 56 of 62 first-place votes.

Foreclosure inventory down 35 percent from year ago

realtime.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Kim Miller Foreclosure inventory nationwide was down 35 percent in June from a year ago as more homes continue to be processed and fewer mortgages default. According to a report from the Irvine, Calif.-based company Core Logic, 49,000 foreclosures were completed nationally in June, down from 54,000 during the same time in 2013.

Miami Dolphins practice report: Injuries at center lead to yet more issues with snaps

dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Hal Habib The recurring problem everyone is tired of hearing about is one the Dolphins are just as tired of seeing - Thursday's closed practice brought a few more botched snaps from center. Nate Garner saw most of the time at center.
Jul 31, 2014

#Dolphins practice report from @gunnerhal: Injuries at center lead to more issues with snaps (w/more injury updates) dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2014/07/31/mia…

West Palm Beach postpones Palm Harbor hotel again

westpalmbeat.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Eliot Kleinberg The final West Palm Beach City Commission vote on the proposed 75-foot, 108-room, waterfront "boutique hotel" that would go next to the Palm Harbor Marina has, for a fourth time, been tabled. The vote, set for Monday's meeting, now has been moved to the Sept.
Jul 31, 2014

WPB Commission final vote on proposed hotel near Palm Harbor Marina is tabled again westpalmbeat.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2014/07/31/wes… #WPBNEWS

Hurricane team sticks with below-average forecast

eyeonthestorm.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Eliot Kleinberg With the serious part of the hurricane season about to begin, the soothsayers at Colorado State University said this morning they're sticking with their June 1 forecast of a below-average season.

Pat Riley says Heat not conceding, will compete for title

palmbeachpost.com — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer MIAMI - Pat Riley just lost the best player in the game, but he is not ready to concede the Heat's chance to play in a fifth straight NBA Finals. "I feel very good about where we are at this moment," he said today on a conference call.

Vote: what is your favorite Miami Hurricanes uniform combo?

caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Matt Porter Between its different colored jerseys, pants and helmets, Miami says it will be able to roll out 48 different uniform combinations this fall. Wednesday, players excitedly wore them during a photo and video shoot on campus. Now that we've seen them, what do you think?

Five non-quarterback battles to watch in 2014 Miami Hurricanes camp

caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Matt Porter The Hurricanes begin fall practice Aug. 5 on campus in Coral Gables. Every day this week, we'll take a look at five items of note. Today's post looks at the most intriguing positional battles in 2014 fall practices.