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Flu shots offered Nov. 5 at Jupiter's Community Center

Flu vaccines to the public are planned to be offered from 8:30 am – noon on Wednesday, Nov. 5 at the Jupiter Community Center, 200 Military Trail. 28 more words

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Invitation-only event planned tonight at Jupiter's Harbourside Place

Sound checks are being done at the outdoor amphitheatre, streets are being swept and the Wyndham Grand Jupiter hotel is being prepared for tonight’s invitation-only reception at Harbourside Place in Jupiter. 174 more words

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The Hooked Up Network Partners With Florida Anglers on YouTube

New York based Uncommon Content Partners (UCP) the producers of NBC sports cable network’s fishing shows Bass to Billfish with world sailfish champion Peter Miller and Hooked Up with Tom Colicchio has signed select Florida anglers and their YouTube channels as partners for the UCP’s The Hooked Up Network. 160 more words

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Collection starts next week in Juno Beach for homeless and handicapped veterans

Collections for homeless and handicapped veterans are scheduled Monday-Friday, Nov. 3- Nov. 7 in three locations in Juno Beach. Needed items include travel-sized deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo, hand sanitizers, breakfast bars and instant hot chocolate. 80 more words

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Florida man shoots pregnant wife in back of the head, claims it was self-defense

A Florida man was placed under arrest over the weekend after he admitted fatally shooting his wife during a domestic dispute.

Port St. Lucie Police on Sunday responded to a call from 21-year-old Chekingson Sinclair, who said that he had shot his wife, Argrett, according to WPBF. 198 more words


College-level photo program open to Jupiter High School students

Digital photography students at Jupiter Community High School can join a new college-level program this year that includes two field trips to The Norton Museum of Art, a visit to the Florida Everglades and working with curators. 154 more words

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Jupiter Councilwoman Wendy Harrison to resign next year

Councilwoman Wendy Harrison, an Abacoa resident who was re-elected to a three-year term last March, plans to resign next year.

Harrison’s husband Peter Elwell, town manager of Palm Beach, has accepted a job as town manager in Brattleboro, Vermont, his hometown. 33 more words

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