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Let Fido run free at the Jupiter dog beach! Located at 2188 Marcinski Road, dogs have free range from marker #25 to #60, a 2.5-mile stretch of coastline.

The dog beach is a very popular spot for locals. The parking is free and easy, there are doggy bags and trash cans for convenience, and pet owners are responsible about making sure their dog is behaving off-leash. 

The beach was awarded a certificate of excellence by TripAdvisor and is voted #2 out of 62 things to do in Jupiter on the site. Reviewers say the beach is absolutely beautiful, kept nice and clean, and the dogs and owners are friendly. 

Next time you're thinking of heading to the beach, take your dog to Marcinski Road and let him run around with other pups while you soak up the

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Having an airport in the heart of the county is just another luxury for Palm Beach County residents. If the beaches get a little too crowded in the summer, locals can make a quick escape to the Caribbean on a flight out of the Palm Beach International Airport. 

Living in a hub of business, wealth and glam, many residents in and around West Palm Beach have a busy lifestyle. The high life usually involves a lot of traveling- both for work and for fun- which is why the centrally located airport is such a great convenience. 

The award-winning PBIA has 200 flights a day to the U.S., Caribbean and Canada. It's on the latest Top 10 List of best airports by Travel + Leisure magazine for a reason- there's a putting green, a doggy park, spa, 15

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Veterans Affairs is granting $43 million to public housing agencies (PHAs) across the country to help homeless veterans.

Florida will receive around $568,000 of the grant which will be split among 13 housing agencies in the state. Two PHAs in West Palm Beach will be beneficiaries to help end veteran homelessness in Palm Beach County. The Florida Indian River County Board of County Commissioners in West Palm will receive $15,001 and the West Palm Beach Housing Authority will be granted $72,039. 

According to a federal count last month, Palm Beach County had less homelessness than it did a year ago, but more veterans and families on the streets. The financial assistance

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The growing trend of weekly food truck festival is rolling into Downtown Abacoa in Jupiter this Friday night, April 13th.

Once a month, the bright and vibrant food trucks line the street to host the ultimate outdoor picnic. The rows of trucks offer a variety of food and cuisine from all over the food. Food trucks specialize in one style of cuisine to develop the perfect dish and to make their truck stand out from the others. From pastries, to tacos, burgers, Asian, seafood, ice cream, and more. There is something for everyone to enjoy from some of the best food trucks in South Florida.

There will be a DJ performing the latest and classic hits at the Abacoa Amphitheater. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets, folding chairs, and an empty stomach to enjoy

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Rising rent costs are pushing millennials to purchase homes and their wants are much different than the 55+ aged buyers who are house hunting too,

Chief economist for realtor.com, Danielle Hale, says they've found a clear difference in priorities based on recent surveys. "Older buyers are concerned with privacy and being able to age comfortably," she said "while millennials place more emphasis on family needs, stability and personal expression."

A survey of more than 1,000 active buyers done last week by Toluna Research provides insight into what both millennial (18-34 year olds) and older buyers are looking for:

Older buyers are focused on privacy while millennials place family and personal needs at the top of their wants. The majority of

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Come support our local children and teens practicing the art of filmmaking. The first event of its kind in Martin County, the Youth Driven Cinema Film Festival will feature short films created by local kids about Florida's endangered ecosystems. 

Over the past few months, the Environmental Studies Center and Council announced the creation of the film contest and festival, asking Martin County kids grades K-12 to make a video with the theme "Spread the Word, Florida's Ecosystems Need Our Help." Student filmmakers gathered in teams of four to find ways to portray environmental issues as well as ways to fix these problems. 

Their movies will be presented at the Youth Driven Cinema Film Festival on Saturday, April 13th at the Lyric Theatre in

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The Four Seasons Palm Beach Resort isn't just for visitors. Many residents book the hotel for a yearly staycation or to host a high-end wedding or important business meeting. As if it weren't luxury enough, the Four Seasons is closing down at the end of May for a full-body renovation inside and out. 

For starters there will be a can't-miss feature right outside the front door: a 5-story, 45-foot wide Banyan Tree picked out by landscape architect Fernando Wong. He said he wanted to make a bold statement upon entrance and selected the 100+ year old tree as the focal point. The tree is currently rooted in Tequesta and it is so large that it will have to be transported in five parts. 

Guest rooms will be totally redesigned and have bigger,

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Good kinds, bad kinds, too much, too little- surely we've all been confused by what we've heard about consuming fats. Good news! The Mandel Public Library of West Palm Beach is having another free class to get you the answers to your health and dieting questions. 

Nina Kauder, popular local vegan chef and teacher, will be at the library tomorrow night, April 10th, from 6-8 p.m. She'll be debunking fat myths and explaining how to utilize good fats to be healthy. 

Don't miss out on the free informative events held by the Mandel Public Library. They do their best to keep you updated on all aspects life from fitness and wealth management classes, to healthy eating and cyber security.

For more information call 561-868-7701.

411 Clematis St.,

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Every year, the Town of Jupiter conducts a survey to identify the areas of strength and areas that need improvement. The results from the survey are taken from Jupiter resident’s that have been contacted either online or by mail. Not everyone received the survey, but the survey was available on the Town of Jupiter’s website to participate if weren’t contacted. The audience was chosen at random from addresses within the town’s boundaries and mailed to the residents.

The results are in and were presented at the Town Council meeting on Tuesday, March 20th. Jupiter scored over 90% on quality of life, livability, overall image, great place to live and raise children, neighborhoods, and great place to retire. Other areas that scored high marks were natural

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John Burns, writer and CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, recently published a column for ATTOM Data Solutions describing demographic shifts the U.S. will experience over the next ten years. Aging, an increase in immigrants and mass movements are some of the trends Burns and his team of researchers suggest will happen, after 9,000 hours spent studying demography in America. 

In his ATTOM column, Burns highlights findings from his book, "Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for Business," and discusses the impact new trends will have on the housing market. Here are the important things to watch over the next decade from Burns:

  1. More people over age 65: Nearly 40% of the population will be over age 65 within the next decade- that's 66
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