Wayne Washington is the Palm Beach County government reporter for The Palm Beach Post. He is a veteran reporter of 25 years who recently worked for the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, where he covered state education policy. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Wayne also has worked for ...
An unsigned letter from “the anonymous women of Palm Beach County Fire Rescue” urged county officials to fire Jeffrey Collins from his position as chief, saying he is “not qualified” to lead the department, which has been beset by allegations of sexual harassment, retaliation and coverups.
U.S. Rep. Brian Mast, R-Palm City, greets Director of Programming Sharon Glynn during the opening of the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness new psychological services program office in West Palm Beach on August 17, 2017. (Richard Graulich/The Palm Beach Post)Attorney Lauren Baer has now raised $575,000 in her bid to defeat U.S. Rep. Brian Mast in what will be one of the most hotly contested congressional races in the country this year.
Despite the cold and foggy weather, President Donald Trump arrived at Trump International Golf Course Saturday morning for another round of golf. Motorcade arrives at Trump International Golf Club on Summit— Wayne Washington (@waynewashpbpost) December 30, 2017 Motorcade moving out and away from Mar-a-Lago. Still a little foggy and cooler than normal. Not ideal golfing weather yet. A girl and two adults wave as motorcade passed them on Southern.
Near the base of the Southern Blvd bridge, the motorcade slowed as it approached about two dozen Trump supporters waving flags and holding up signs in support of the president. Moments later, Trump was back at Mar-a-Lago.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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