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Fired scientist Rebekah Jones builds coronavirus dashboard to rival Florida's

Fired scientist Rebekah Jones builds coronavirus dashboard to rival Florida's

 Fired scientist Rebekah Jones’ site shows thousands more people with the coronavirus, and hundreds of thousands fewer who have been tested, than the site run by the Florida Health Department.*TO OUR READERS: The Palm Beach Post will continue to provide essential coverage of the coronavirus for free. You can have coronavirus news delivered directly to your inbox by signing up for our Coronavirus Newsletter. Please support local journalism by subscribing to The Post:*Florida’s former top coronavirus data scientist has launched a website showing far more COVID-19 information than she said the...

June 11, 2020
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Palm Beach clergy criticize Trump over use of tear gas to clear protesters

Palm Beach clergy criticize Trump over use of tear gas to clear protesters

 The clergy at Palm Beach’s The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, where President Trump and first lady Melania Trump were married and often attended services on Christmas Eve and at Easter, say he exploited sacred symbols for political purposes.Members of the clergy at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea have objected to the decision to use tear gas and flash grenades on June 1 to clear peaceful protesters in Washington D.C. so President Donald Trump could cross the street from the White House to be photographed with a Bible in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church.RELATED:...

June 11, 2020
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Coronavirus Florida: Editorial: Mounting protests by the state's frustrated jobless are well-founded

Coronavirus Florida: Editorial: Mounting protests by the state's frustrated jobless are well-founded

 Three months in, thousands of unemployed workers in Florida are still struggling to receive benefits; and state GOP leaders are still dismissing, denying and deflecting.Driven by frustration, anger, and, in many cases, sheer desperation, Floridians are taking to the streets in cities across the state to demand action to fix an inept and insulting unemployment benefits system.In the midst of a viral pandemic that is far from abating, we will not advocate that people stand physically shoulder-to-shoulder to shout their frustrations. But all Floridians should stand in spirit with the many...

June 14, 2020
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DeSantis orders another 30-day freeze on foreclosures and evictions

DeSantis orders another 30-day freeze on foreclosures and evictions

 Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an order late Tuesday extending a moratorium on evictions until August 1.Less than four hours before a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures was set to expire early Wednesday morning, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis extended the freeze for another 30 days.The move potentially spares countless unemployed workers from homelessness as the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic continues.The executive order, filed at 8:16 p.m. on Tuesday, suspends evictions until 12:01 a.m. on August 1. As he did in June, DeSantis kept financially strapped homeowners and...

July 1, 2020
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Despite 6,500 new coronavirus cases, DeSantis questions beach closings

Despite 6,500 new coronavirus cases, DeSantis questions beach closings

 Coronavirus updates: Florida cases rise by 6,563 to 158,997 with 3,650 deaths; Palm Beach County has 297 new cases to 14,447 cases with 526 deaths.*TO OUR READERS: The Palm Beach Post will continue to provide essential coverage of the coronavirus for free. You can have coronavirus news delivered directly to your inbox by signing up for our Coronavirus Newsletter. Please support local journalism by subscribing to The Post.*With beaches throughout South Florida and beyond closing on Friday for the Fourth of July weekend, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday questioned the wisdom of keeping people...

July 1, 2020
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Restaurant openings: Sundy House in Delray Beach unveils 'new Florida' concept, star chef

Restaurant openings: Sundy House in Delray Beach unveils 'new Florida' concept, star chef

 Chef James Strine brings years of fine-dining experience to the newly debuted Taru.One of the county’s most experienced and creative chefs is at the helm of Taru, a newly opened restaurant at Delray Beach’s iconic Sundy House boutique inn. Executive Chef James "Jimmy" Strine has created a "new Florida" menu for the restaurant, which debuted Monday.Strine brings a wealth of skills sharpened at a range of fine-dining restaurants like Café Boulud, Buccan and Grato. Most recently, he served as executive chef at Trophy Room in Wellington.The chef arrives at Sundy House as the 1902-era property...

July 1, 2020
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Point of View: US House call to action on climate change is the right plan for Florida

Point of View: US House call to action on climate change is the right plan for Florida

 It will all get worse unless we speed the shift away from the fossil fuel pollution that’s driving the climate crisis, in favor of cleaner, smarter ways to power our future.Any good angler checks the tides before heading out on the water. But who ever imagined we’d be consulting the tide charts before shopping -- or even going to the mailbox?More and more, that’s becoming our new reality, as places like Florida face more frequent tidal flooding. It’s just one way the rising costs and mounting dangers of climate change are threatening the health of our people and the way of life across the...

July 5, 2020
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Letters: 'Petulant children' assailed commission on masks

Letters: 'Petulant children' assailed commission on masks

 I, like millions around America, was fascinated recently by the incredible display of histrionics put on by some misguided residents at the meeting of the Palm Beach County Commission when the panel unanimously voted to require masks.There are no ultimate rights to freedom of speech or assembly. There are no unlimited rights to the right to bear arms. We do not allow screaming, "Fire!" in a theater to panic people. There are strict laws of assembly and even on dress. No one can buy a piece of artillery. And stores will constitutionally and legally prevent customers from entering their...

July 5, 2020
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Cerabino: Young people getting coronavirus in Florida equals old people getting coronavirus in Florida

Cerabino: Young people getting coronavirus in Florida equals old people getting coronavirus in Florida

 Gov. Ron DeSantis is wrong to imagine that the uptick of COVID-19 in Florida will be confined to the youngFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis has turned into a devoted bystander.As Florida has become the national poster child for new COVID-19 infections, DeSantis has been perfecting his shoulder-shrugging technique.Most recently, the governor has imagined a silver lining in the state’s grim coronavirus numbers: That it’s mostly young people who are getting infected with COVID-19, and they have little to fear from it."I think when you see the younger folks, I think a lot of it is more just social...

July 6, 2020
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Cerabino: Worst sheriff in Florida: That's tough ... Is there an 'all of the above' option?

Cerabino: Worst sheriff in Florida: That's tough ... Is there an 'all of the above' option?

 Sheriffs in Florida are a colorful bunch — maybe a little too colorful.It’s not easy being known as Florida’s worst sheriff. We have a deep bench.This week, with the COVID-19 pandemic causing new highs in Florida deaths, Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods made his move by forbidding his deputies from wearing masks while on duty or on special details, with a few exceptions. He also banned mask wearing by members of the public while they visited his department offices."We can debate and argue all day why and why not," the sheriff told The Ocala Star-Banner. "The fact is, the amount of...

August 15, 2020
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