Bill Dipaolo, The Palm Beach Post

Bill Dipaolo

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Bill:

'I couldn't believe it': Long lines for motorists in one-day free gas giveaway in West Palm

Gasoline in portions of $20 was pumped out to the first 100 motorists on a first-come, first-serve basis, courtesy of Payne Chapel AME Church. → Read More

Not 'gay art,' but 'good art by gay artists': Cultural Council opens show in Lake Worth Beach

The exhibit, which runs through April 9, is meant to 'encourage everyone to be their authentic selves.' → Read More

How Brightline's new bicycle sharing program in West Palm Beach will work

The three-speed bicycles, which weigh about 30 pounds, can be reserved via a QR code located at BrightBike docking stations and on the BrightBike app. → Read More

Whodunit? There's only one suspect on why Delray's Murder on the Beach bookstore is closing

Business has dropped precipitously recently because the store is not able to host author events. → Read More

Heart and soles: Fans to gather at Sneaker Exit event Sunday at convention center

Sneaker heads, sports shoe fans will be on hand this weekend at the Sneaker Exit trade show event in West Palm Beach. Think kicks, trainers and more. → Read More

What's on and what's off? As omicron rages on, some cultural events are still on as scheduled

At the South Florida Fair, volunteers and staff will be wearing masks. Vendors and the public will be highly encouraged — not required — to wear masks. → Read More

Downtown West Palm welcomes back marathon runners for December races

The colorful and popular event, first held in 2004, is scheduled to start at 6 a.m., Dec. 12 on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach. → Read More

Gaines Park wish list includes tennis center; city breaks ground on West Palm Park Clubhouse

A tennis center building with retail and a kitchen, better lighting in the parking lots, more courts, a practice hitting wall and showers are ideas. → Read More

Firm announced, timetable set for new $150 million water treatment plant in Riviera Beach

Jacksonville-based Haskell Company was selected by the city over two firms to design and build a new $150 million water treatment plant. → Read More

Class of 2021: Jeff Saint Fleur, Santaluces High School valedictorian

Using brain power, hard work and technology, Santaluces High School valedictorian Jeff Saint Fleur wants to make transportation better. → Read More

Salim Moutaouakkil, Royal Palm Beach High School valedictorian

Royal Palm Beach High School valedictorian Salim Moutaouakkil → Read More

Downtown Palm Beach Gardens reinvents itself with latest makeover of stores, grounds

The retail and restaurant complex is trying to position itself for success as it comes out of the coronavirus pandemic and a shift of shoppers online. → Read More

Class of 2021: Asha Patel, Palm Beach Central High School valedictorian

Palm Beach Central High School valedictorian Asha Patel → Read More

Class of 2021: Henry Guzman, John I. Leonard High School valedictorian

John I. Leonard High School valedictorian Henry Guzman → Read More

Class of 2021: Brooke Sefton, Olympic Heights High School valedictorian

Olympic Heights High School valedictorian Brooke Sefton → Read More

Class of 2021: Jamila Epps, Glades Central Community High School valedictorian

Glades Central Community High School valedictoria Jamila Epps → Read More

Memorial Day expected to bring thousands of boaters, paddlers to Palm Beach County waters

Law enforcement expects a boisterous crowd over the three-day Memorial Day weekend in Palm Beach County, home to about 40,000 registered boats. → Read More

Piano-playing Dreyfoos valedictorian targets neuroscience career

Dan Wang, A.W. Dreyfoos School of Arts valedictorian → Read More

Jupiter rebuilds beach walkovers to help people in wheelchairs; 'Everybody should enjoy our beaches'

Once completed, the access points will use ramps and railings to give people in wheelchairs a step-free path to the sun and surf south of Carlin Park. → Read More

State bill targets derelict boats in Florida waterways: 'They can do damage'

Some capsized, some damaged, some junk, they create hazards in local waters. A bill in the Legislature would help government agencies get rid of them. → Read More