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New study ranks West Palm Beach among the best places to park your car.
Would annexation make the property more valuable to a potential buyer?
“Every disaster is a local disaster,” said City of WPB emergency officials.
Members of WPB Police and Fire walked the property to ensure it’s safe to open.
New figures released today by WPB Police Chief Vincent Demasi.
Mayor urges merchants to work with the city to make the market safe.
Anyone under 18 needs an adult after 9:00pm Christmas night in downtown area.
Over 130 kids hit the toy aisles with the men and woman in blue for this special holiday tradition.
Check out video and pics of the cops & kids!!
The City of West Palm Beach was rated one of the top 100 places to live in the United States.
West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Mangonia Park & Riviera Beach come together at Sister Cities Summit Meeting.
An early curfew on teenagers and enforcing strict safety regulations among plans for Oct 26th event.
Mayor reveals a new plan is in place to deal with the property.
Demasi: “I am not going anywhere. I intend to retire here in West Palm Beach.”
Millions of dollars continues to be slashed from department budgets across the city.
“Project Daily Encounter” set to begin July 18th.
Company says there may be fireworks floating in Intracoastal waterway. Public is asked to keep an eye out.
City leaders paid a special visit to kids and families hospitalized at St. Mary’s, and the kids got a rare, up close demonstration by the WPB PD K-9 unit.
For the second time, the court has dismissed the latest lawsuit filed by fired West Palm Beach police officer William McCray.
It’s a battle royale for bragging rights…and to support the Police Athletic League! This Saturday!
Fighting for more police, funding road improvements, and fighting against SR7 are among the hot topics on her agenda.
Mayor & Police Chief say it’s business as usual for the city’s upcoming events.
The City will begin talks to remain in the police radio consortium, as long as a more reliable technology is part of the discussion.
Judge calls portions of lawsuit improper and other portions confusing and irrelevant.
The West Palm Beach Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a boy that was found earlier today. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND THE BOYS PICTURE
For release Thursday, January 31, 2013 Aggravated assaults, auto theft, burglaries and sex offenses down in 2012. Arson, homicide, larceny and robbery higher in 2012. (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach today released the crime statistics for 2012. The numbers showed a mixed bag of results, with both drops and increases […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – Today the City of West Palm Beach released the proposed locations for future red light cameras in the city. The red light camera program received preliminary approval during the January 22, 2013 City Commission meeting. Because of the terms of the agreement between the city and red light camera company, […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio announced today a major lead in the murder case involving a south end neighborhood nanny. Amaria Grant was shot and killed while riding a bicycle along Olive Avenue in the south end of the city on December 22. Mayor Muoio announced today detectives have […]
Statement from West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio regarding today’s report on the Open Sky radio system by the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General “The Office of Inspector General’s conclusions are exactly what I’ve been saying for over a year. As I’ve already made crystal clear, under my watch this city will […]