Articles Posted by Caitlin Ostroff

by Caitlin Ostroff Aug 06, 2015 04:29 PM

The property, which overlooks the Instracoastal, is almost 7,600 square feet and contains six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 31, 2015 11:37 AM

Get ready to buy school supplies and other essentials without paying taxes, and enjoy additional specials at Palm Beach County malls.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 29, 2015 11:56 AM

The cat’s out of the bag.

On Tuesday, the Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society introduced its new Malayan tiger, Hati. The zoo acquired the 12-year-old male from Texas' Fort Worth Zoo in the hopes that he will mate with Berapi, the zoo’s female Malayan tiger.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 22, 2015 03:37 PM

Less than a month after Uber announced it would be leaving Broward County, the ride-hailing company may have hit an obstacle with operation in Palm Beach County.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 22, 2015 01:29 PM

A Twitter user seeking marijuana Tuesday afternoon got a response from an unexpected party. 

After the user tweeted, “Somebody bring me weed. I’ll pay for it,” the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office offered to show up.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 13, 2015 12:25 PM

A new Miss Florida USA has been chosen to represent the Sunshine State at the Miss USA pageant in 2016. But the journey to the crown wasn't easy. 

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 08, 2015 01:59 PM

If you enjoy a good brew, Palm Beach has you covered.

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jul 01, 2015 05:03 PM

Royal Palm Beach just got a stamp of approval.

Finance website NerdWallet ranked Royal Palm Beach as the 10th best city in the state for young families to live. The city ranked ahead of other West Palm Beach suburbs such as Wellington (21), Palm Beach Gardens (80), Riviera Beach (114) and North Palm Beach (141).

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jun 2015

Meet Quasi Modo, The ‘World’s Ugliest Dog’ Who Hails From Loxahatchee, Florida

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by Caitlin Ostroff Jun 2015

June 26, 2015 - While the Fourth of July may bring thoughts of family barbecues, picnics and parades, there’s one thing that defines the American holiday: fireworks. There’s nothing quite like watching the sky light up with every color imaginable—whether you’re at home calming your pet or out on the town trying something new.

Here is our list of the best places to view the fireworks in Palm Beach County:

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