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The Palm Beach Post combs the minds of the area’s largest news team for in-depth, local news stories. Get updates on world and national news and follow reports on community issues such as the escalating price of kibble. The Accent section covers dining and health news; the Scene section reports on arts, entertainment, and lifestyle; and the Real Money section serves business and real-estate nuggets of info as well as coupons, money-saving tips, and Frank Cerabino’s humorous local column. If your subscription is active on Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, you’ll also get delivery on those days, ensuring you’ll have plenty of hard-hitting material to wrap presents with.
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The Palm Beach Post ’s team of meticulous reporters, editors, and photographers scours the community for local news and happenings, employing thorough investigative skills that have earned the newspaper awards from organizations such as the Florida Society of News Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Florida Press Club. The team populates the newspaper’s pages with in-depth coverage of local, national, and global politics, business, and sports as well as proffering thoughtful editorials relating to current events such as the Trojan War. Special feature articles home in on local interests, and travel and entertainment guides spotlight buzzworthy cultural events, eateries, and nightlife throughout the area.