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Man’s body found in van parked on Blue Heron Boulevard in... — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer RIVIERA BEACH - The body of a man was found Friday evening in a van at a Blue Heron Boulevard gasoline station, a city police spokeswoman said. There were no obvious signs of foul play, spokeswoman Rose Anne Brown said.
Oct 24, 2014

RT @pbpost: Man's body found in van parked on Blue Heron Boulevard in Riviera Beach

In new book, Bill Parcells takes a few shots at Miami... — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Bill Parcells is opening up in a new book about his time with the Dolphins, blaming himself for failing to turn around the franchise in two-plus seasons as executive vice president but also criticizing owner Stephen Ross and former general manager Jeff Ireland.
Oct 24, 2014

In new book, Bill Parcells takes shots at #Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, former GM Jeff Ireland…

Come to PBIA Saturday to welcome returning World War II vets — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH - People are urged to welcome about 80 World War II veterans, and as many volunteer escorts, when they return to Palm Beach International Airport Saturday night from their daylong "Honor Flight" to Washington, D.C., the last such event of 2014.

Promised meeting with All Aboard Florida canceled — By Kim Miller In August, All Aboard Florida agreed to meet with an opposition group of Treasure Coast and Jupiter communities after the coalition lobbied Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Ananth Prasad. But the meeting between officials from the express passenger rail project and Citizens Against Rail Expansion, or CARE, was never held and may not occur at all.

Honor Flights wants you…to welcome home WWII veterans Saturday — By Staci Sturrock Outside of a Fourth of July parade, West Palm Beach's Operation Homecoming is about as patriotic it gets. The flag-waving commences anew Saturday night at Palm Beach International Airport. Southeast Florida Honor Flight is inviting the public to help welcome home dozens of World War II veterans returning from an emotional one-day tour of monuments and memorials in Washington, D.C.

Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi questionable vs. Jags after re-aggravating ankle — Dolphins middle linebacker Koa Misi's ankle injury that kept him out of the lineup for several weeks this season was supposed to be behind him. But Misi, who re-aggravated the injury and missed practice on Thursday, is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.

Heartbreaking scene at home of slain Canadian soldier's family — ABC NEWS The Canadian parliament observed a moment of silence today for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, the solider who was slain by a gunman in Ottawa on Wednesday while he was guarding the National War Memorial, ABC News reported. Those who knew Cirillo said the father and reservist was a dog lover.

Oktoberfest combines with Latin food at Saturday festival at PGA National — When Oktoberfest lands during Hispanic Heritage month, there's only one thing to do: unite the festivities. Latin-inspired cuisine will be paired with an array of craft beers Saturday at the 5th Annual Latin American Food and Wine Festival at PGA National Resort and Spa, sponsored by the His...