Two Serious Accidents, One Fatal

The Palm Beach Sheriff's Office reports on two recent serious accidents, one in West Boca and another in West Delray. One involved a 3-wheeled motorcycle on US-441, and the other one was on SW 18th near Military Trail.

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GL Homes at Boca Muni

We don't have a name yet but we have a lot more information about the new GL Homes development that will replace the Boca Municipal Golf Course.

GL Homes future development on the Boca Municipal Golf Course is just west of the Turnpike. The last major undeveloped parcels in the area (shaded in purple) are currently farmland but we suspect they'll be developed sometime in the next 10 years.

The new development, next to the Turnpike and north of Glades Road, will include 564 homes in 5 subdivisions along with a 4-acre clubhouse and recreation area and 11 lakes.

New documents filed earlier this week shed a lot more light on what's coming. Full details below for paid subscribers.

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An Attempted Murderer Living in West Boca

An attempted murderer was living in Saddlebrook instead of prison when Broward decided they wanted him back. And five Boca residents face patient brokering fraud charges resulting from a larger operation by a state attorney task force. We cover this story along with the usual drugs, drunk driving, battery, theft and battery stories, all for paid subscribers.

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Crime Report for Late March

Our latest crime report includes over 20 incidents from burglary to trespass, with a couple of fairly big drug arrests in the mix.

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