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Two turtles scheduled to be released Tuesday in Juno Beach

Two sea turtles are scheduled to released back into the Atlantic Ocean tomorrow, July 29, at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

Chiquita, a juvenile loggerhead sea turtle, was found at the St. 143 more words

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Sea turtles make their home in Juno Beach -- not only on the sand

It’s no coincidence that a section of this weekend’s Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon, expected to draw about 600 athletes, goes through Juno Beach.

Folks in the 3,200-population town are big sea turtle fans. 131 more words

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Here is a drone's view of Jupiter's Harbourside

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With opening planned in October, final touches are being placed on the hotel, marina, public amphitheater, retail stores and sidewalks at the $150 million Harbourside Place in Jupiter. 243 more words

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Dog wash for military K-9s planned Saturday in Jupiter

A “Dog Wash for Heroes” is planned Saturday, Aug. 2,  at Jupiter’s Square Grouper to raise money for U.S. military working K-9s.

All dogs will be treated to a hand wash and towel dry by volunteers at the event planned for 8:30 a.m.

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North Palm Beach may be next community to ban sale of dogs and cats in pet shops

North Palm Beach may be the next community to ban the sale of dogs and cats in pet stores in an effort to prevent customers from buying their pets from puppy mills. 203 more words

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Volunteers needed for Jupiter's Aug. 2 Loggerhead Triathlon

Volunteers are needed for the Aug. 2 Jupiter Medical Center Loggerhead Triathlon scheduled from 7 a.m. – noon at Carlin Park.

About 175 volunteer shifts are being filled in 12 different areas led by captains. 39 more words

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Palm Beach County Food Bank receives $20,000 check at Roger Dean Stadium’s “Supporting Hunger Relief Night”

Perry Borman, Palm Beach County Food Bank executive director, receives a $20,000 check from Fabiola Brumley, Palm Beach County president for Bank of America (far left), Kelly Sobolewski, Palm Beach County market manager for Bank of America (2nd from left) and representatives from Bank of America’s Student Leaders during Saturday’s “Supporting Hunger Relief Night” at Roger Dean Stadium. 61 more words

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