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Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Campaign

The Palm Beach Police Department has announced its partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation’s ‘Florida’s Pedestrian & Bicycle Focused Initiative.’ 

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News about Southern Blvd. & Flagler Memorial Bridges

Southern Blvd. bridge replacement is underway. Construction barges with cranes are on the north side of the bridge and work has begun. Bingham Island has been fenced for construction material and equipment. First order of business: Build a temporary bridge.

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Bob Wright Leads the Way at the Civic Association - PB Society Cover Story

By Michele Dargan -- Special to Palm Beach Society Magazine -- Bob Wright is no stranger to high-profile roles. The former vice chairman of General Electric and chief executive officer of NBC and NBC Universal, Mr. Wright also has founded two charitable foundations that champion fundraising and raise awareness for autism and pancreatic cancer.

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UPDATE 4-13-2017 9 AM: President Trump's Easter Visit to Palm Beach

Based on information provided by the Secret Service, road closures will begin on Thursday, April 13th at 8 AM. The temporary road closures and adjusted traffic patterns around Mar-a-Lago will be in place through Sunday evening, April 16th. All forms of travel, including pedestrian travel, will be prohibited on S. Ocean Blvd from the intersection of S. County Rd. to Southern Blvd.

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Construction Begins on Southern Blvd Bridges Replacement Project

[FDOT News Release Palm Beach/West Palm Beach] -– Construction begins April 3 on a $93 million project to replace the Southern Boulevard Bridges over the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) said.

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VIDEO: Civic Association Holds Community Undergrounding Forum

By Michele Dargan, Special for the Civic Association -- More than 50 people filled the Palm Beach Civic Association’s Community Room Wednesday to get the latest information and hear responses to their questions regarding the estimated $98.6 million project to bury the town’s utility lines.

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