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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsBoynton Beach city attorney Jim Cherof sent commissioners a recommended timeline in proceeding with filling the mayoral seat during Jose Rodriguez???s suspension. On Thursday, Rodriguez was charged with unlawful compensation or reward for official...
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsJust as a Boynton Beach delegation that included elected officials was preparing to travel to Boynton Beach's sister city of Les Cayes, Haiti, City Hall rocked with controversy. Mayor Jose Rodriguez and Commissioner Woodrow Hay had expressed interest in.....
Who's on Team Gloucester?Twelve children in Gloucester were removed from their homes and handed over to the custody of foster care parents or relatives last year, according to statistics released by Gloucester County Social Services in a report to be given to the......
Spin CycleIn the latest of his sidewalk dispatches, Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) takes aim at the mortal national foe that is Michael Jackson coverage. In a two-minute YouTube video that appears to have been smuggled out of Iran, King has his......
The TV ZonePeter King on "The Factor" last night. His first TV comments on the Youtube business since Sunday, I believe. You missed? You've come to the right place. PK was on remote from DC, and Bill O'Reilly brought up the......
Don’t forget that this year’s Walk and 5K Run to End Child Abuse will be held Saturday morning. Activity will center around Widmeyer Park, where there will be food, fun and festivities for participants. Registration begins at 8 a.m. for...
During our last Child Abuse Council meeting, representatives from many of the area agencies in attendance talked about the soaring number of meth labs that are being found, busted, or blown up in our local area. We agreed it was an important topic to...
Many Christian churches observe Maundy Thursday today, so called because of the mandare (Latin for commandment) given by Jesus Christ to his disciples to “love one another as I have loved you.” Services at St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church...
In middle school, my daughter had a friend who'd spent most of her life in foster care. During the next few years, the girl would pass through almost a dozen foster families, group homes and probation camps. She had a habit of running away when she felt...
Diane Redleaf is an attorney who defends people accused of abusing or neglecting children. Her job makes a lot of folks wince. It's no wonder. When we think of child abuse cases, we think of high-profile predators such as convicted serial child...
Hancock will hold its election for mayor and town council Monday, Jan. 28. The Chamber of Commerce, along with the Lions Club, will host Meet the Candidates Night Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall meeting room. If inclement weather...
Tags: Politics, Fines, Punishment, Abusive Behavior, Elections
Two years ago, Los Angeles County probation officer Michelle Guymon was asked to help child abuse experts study human trafficking. She imagined a globe-trotting break from 23 years in the trenches managing law-breaking teens. "I figured I'd be traveling...
Tags: Laws, Prostitution, Crime Victims, Abusive Behavior, FBI
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