Carol Rose, Shiny Sheet

Carol Rose

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Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Carol:

Queen Elizabeth: Palm Beachers reflect on an 'extraordinary' woman

"The world is a lesser place without her," said designer Jennifer Garrigues, one of many Palm Beachers expressing sorrow at the queen's passing. → Read More

Internet billionaire sells what is now the priciest residence ever in Florida; here are 10 things to know

Internet billionaire Jim Clark sold the property he bought in February for a recorded $94.37 million → Read More

Town of Palm Beach will move to mask requirement for public meetings at Town Hall

The move is in keeping with CDC guidelines for Palm Beach County, town officials say → Read More

Weather outlook: Storms, heat, Saharan dust could be on tap for weekend

Risk of rip currents also will increase as summer-like weather rolls in. There is a 70% chance of thunderstorms Friday, and they could be strong. → Read More

Palm Beach was site of 2 of 5 Florida drownings linked to rip currents this year

A drowning on May 2 marks the second fatality in the town in less than two months → Read More

Daughter recalls mom, who was murdered, was obsessed with hitchhiking, struggled with mental illness

Daughter says the fatal shooting of Lena Teinila's brother by police likely was the catalyst for mother's mental health decline. → Read More

1 person dies, 6 taken to hospital after rip current incident in Palm Beach

Palm Beach Police say a 47-year-old Palm Beach County man died. The police department warned oceangoers to swim only at guarded beaches. → Read More

Palm Beach steps up enforcement of rule governing golf carts

Town officials say safety concerns are paramount in making sure underage and unregistered users are not driving → Read More

Temples return to traditional celebration of Passover

Although the traditional services are returning, this year's holiday is shadowed by the war in Ukraine. → Read More

Palm Beach United Way gives $1M to nonprofits helping Ukrainian refugees, gets new grants of $125,000

The St. Jude Global Alliance, which is helping to evacuate Ukraine children battling cancer to hospitals and clinics, is the latest beneficiary. → Read More

Farmworkers to march in Palm Beach on Saturday

The Coalition of Immokalee Workers will lead the “March to End Modern Slavery in the Fields.” → Read More

Ukraine Refugee Fund gets another matching grant; $700,000 already given to groups helping refugees

Howard and Michele Kessler are the latest Palm Beach couple to offer TO match donations to the dollar-for-dollar. → Read More

Drowning death reported due to strong rip currents along Palm Beach coast

Town officials are urging swimmers to use guarded beaches. → Read More

Youngest victims of genocide is basis for 'Four Children' at the Kravis Center in Palm Beach

'Four Children' creator Mark Edelman says the stories from children who lived through genocides must be remembered because it can happen again. → Read More

In 1989, a woman's body with multiple stab wounds was found near Mar-a-Lago. What we know

What we know about the cold case homicide near Trump's Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. → Read More

Author Berg draws landscape of love, loss and kindness

The writer of 'The Story of Arthur Truluv" will speak April 1 at a Literacy Coalition luncheon. → Read More

Farm animals return to story time event at Four Arts

The American Farmer Day awareness was canceled the past two years because of the coronavirus pandemic → Read More

Palm Beach: Ukraine Refugee Fund grants matched in 24 hours; new grants totaling $100K announced

Island residents Susan and Dom Telesco are the Huckleberry Foundation are offering the latest matching grants. → Read More

United Way of Palm Beach launches Ukrainian Relief Fund with $100K from two island couples

Bill and Phyllis Mack, and Jeff and Nicola Marcus will match donations dollar-for-dollar. → Read More

Lights out for sea turtle nesting season runs Tuesday to Oct. 31

A town ordinance requires all oceanfront property owners to ensure that their lights are not visible from the beach between March 1 and Oct. 31. → Read More