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PBSO deputies get stern talking-to after selfies with rapper...

palmbeachpost.com — Even law enforcement officers can get star-struck. But three Palm Beach County sheriff's deputies, who were caught on video fawning over gangsta rapper 50 Cent when he showed up at the county courthouse earlier this month for a civil lawsuit, found out there are repercussions for letting personal adulation get in the way of professional duties.
Sep 18, 2014

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Sep 18, 2014

RT @TamaraLush: FLORIDA HEADLINE OF THE DAY: Palm Beach deputies get stern talking-to after selfies with rapper 50 Cent shar.es/1afOFa

Sep 18, 2014

RT @TamaraLush: FLORIDA HEADLINE OF THE DAY: Palm Beach deputies get stern talking-to after selfies with rapper 50 Cent shar.es/1afOFa

Sep 18, 2014

FLORIDA HEADLINE OF THE DAY: Palm Beach deputies get stern talking-to after selfies with rapper 50 Cent shar.es/1afOFa

PBSO: Lake Worth man tells deputies he’s “having fun” peeing...

palmbeachpost.com — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer LAKE WORTH - A 19-year-old man told Palm Beach County sheriff's deputies he was "having fun" urinating on cars and walking in traffic Tuesday night. Eric Revello's "fun" ended in arrest. He faces charges of battery on an officer, battery on EMT, resisting an officer and escape.
Sep 18, 2014

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Sep 18, 2014

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Sep 18, 2014

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Sneak peek at Trader Joe’s new PGA Blvd store

feastpb.blog.palmbeachpost.com — By Liz Balmaseda OPENINGS IN THE PRISTINE calm before the storm, the shelves of Trader Joe's Palm Beach Gardens market, funkified as always, swelled in anticipation. The madness starts at 8 a.m. Friday, when this long-awaited location opens its doors at the PGA Plaza.

Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas glad to change jersey number; Could Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles play?

dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost.com — If Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas gets on the field Sunday against the Chiefs -- and he probably will in some capacity -- you'll notice one immediate difference. He'll be wearing No. 30, not No. 33. Thomas was cut by the Dolphins just before the season started.
Sep 18, 2014

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Feds deny grant for rail crossing improvements in Palm Beach, Broward

realtime.blog.palmbeachpost.com — Posted: 9:52 am Thursday, September 18th, 2014 By Jennifer Sorentrue The U.S. Department of Transportation has denied local transportation planners' request for a $20 million grant to help pay for improvements at rail crossings. Nick Uhren, executive director of the Palm Beach County Metropolitan Planning Organization, told the board his office received a letter last week saying that the request had been denied.
Sep 18, 2014

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Consumer bills could go lower if Citizens ends ‘storm tax’ early

protectingyourpocket.blog.palmbeachpost.com — State-run Citizens Property Insurance Corp. might have collected enough money to end assessments for past storms by mid- 2015, giving customers a 1 percent break on their bills two years early, according to preliminary information not yet confirmed or placed on a Sept. 24 meeting agenda.
Sep 18, 2014

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PBSO: Lake Park teen carjacked man, stole his pants

palmbeachpost.com — Palm Beach Post Staff Writer A Lake Park teenager facing charges in a July carjacking wasn't satisfied taking the victim's car. Theodore T. Adams, 18, also forced the victim to turn over his pants and shoes, according to an arrest report.