There are 3 blog entries for May 2012.
Thursday, May 17th, 2012 at 4:12am. 1,109 Views, 0 Comments.
Are you looking for the best place to do some serious power shopping in the luxurious city of Boca Raton? The iconic Town Center Mall offers you over 1,000,000 square feet of upscale shopping goodness, making it the largest mall in Palm Beach. You'll enjoy a wide selection of over 220 stores and 25 places to catch a quick bite or some fine cuisine.
What sets the Town Center Mall apart is the underlying theme of a New York cityscape, complete with decorative towers to add a hint of flair to the exterior and beautiful sun canopies to provide visitors with a bit of much needed shade on a particularly hot day in the Sunshine State. Some of the anchor stores that hold primary storefronts within the mall include Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, Saks…
Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at 4:07am. 919 Views, 0 Comments.
Are you stressing out because you still haven't found something for your kids to do during the summer? Worried that you're going to be stuck hiring an expensive nanny to take care of your children while you work?
Thankfully, Boca Raton is looking out for you as the city provides official budget-friendly summer camps to all residents for children from first to eighth grade. Whether you're looking for a summer-long traditional summer camp or a more subjectively focused summer “program”, you'll find what you're looking for from Boca's wide array of publicly available summer activities.
The Traditional Camp is a 6 week long camp filled with about 3 field trips per week and countless fun activities, starting June 18th and extending until July 27th. There…
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012 at 4:44am. 1,138 Views, 1 Comments.
It turns out that the crown jewel of Florida isn't just about high end living and unparalleled luxury; the community that is Boca Raton, Florida also makes safety and family values a top priority. Evidence? Look no further than the new red light cameras at six intersections throughout the city, only just made fully operational on April 14, 2012.
The 12 new red light cameras have been installed via contract with American Traffic Solutions at 6 high traffic intersections throughout the city. The cameras will run 24 hours a day, and are estimated to bring the city over $400,000 per year in much needed funding from ticket fees; the city receives $75 of every single driver who's successfully fined.
Here's a sample list of who's getting caught on camera…