Andrew Marra, The Palm Beach Post

Andrew Marra

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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  • The Palm Beach Post
Past:
  • Yahoo
  • USA TODAY
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • The Des Moines Register
  • The News Leader
  • Herald-Tribune
  • News Chief

Recent articles by Andrew:

Hurricane Nicole: Palm Beach County shelters fill as weather worsens

Hundreds of people trickled into emergency shelters across Palm Beach County Wednesday as Hurricane Nicole approached Florida’s east coast. → Read More

$200 million affordable housing bond wins support from Palm Beach County voters

On the ballot for Palm Beach County? Increase workforce and affordable housing units to address rising housing costs general obligation bonds → Read More

Cops: Palm Beach State College student threatened to commit mass shooting

A Palm Beach State College student has been arrested on a charge of making online threats to carry out a mass shooting. → Read More

While pushing housing tax, housing council group dismissed options that cost builders

If approved by voters, the 20-year bond issue would cost the owner of a home with a taxable value of $326,000 between $14 and $20 a year. → Read More

At Boynton 9/11 ceremony, calls to 'remember the life of service and sacrifice'

Efforts to recollect and draw lessons from Sept.11 are becoming both more challenging and more vital, attendees and organizers said. → Read More

Boy with autism found dead in waterway near Wellington after going missing from home

A 5-year-old boy was found dead in a waterway Saturday after going missing from his home nearby, authorities said. → Read More

5 times developers benefited from looser workforce-housing rules in Palm Beach County

County commissioners have repeatedly weakened workforce housing requirements, allowing developers to provide fewer moderately priced homes. → Read More

Do you qualify for workforce housing in Palm Beach County? You might be surprised

Workforce housing vs affordable: Do you qualify for workforce? Individuals or families earning up to $126,420 are eligible to participate. → Read More

Police: Man, 57, killed two people in Westgate neighborhood in suburban WPB

A man has been arrested in connection with the killing of a man and woman Saturday in the Westgate neighborhood west of West Palm Beach. → Read More

Former YMCA counselor arrested on child porn charges

Authorities have arrested a man they say is a former camp counselor on multiple charges of possessing child pornography. → Read More

Connecticut man, 57, dies in motorcycle crash in west Boca

The 57-year-old was trying to go to the Sandalfoot Square shopping plaza when he turned into the path of a van. → Read More

Who owns the Port of Palm Beach, where is it and other interesting facts

Who owns the Port of Palm Beach and what cruise line sails from it? Four things to know about Palm Beach County's port. → Read More

Woman falls to her death from rising drawbridge in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida

Authorities closed the Royal Park Bridge linking Palm Beach to downtown West Palm Beach on Sunday afternoon after a cyclist fell to her death. → Read More

Bridge in downtown WPB closed to traffic after bicyclist's deadly fall

Authorities closed the Royal Park Bridge linking Palm Beach to downtown West Palm Beach Sunday afternoon after a bicyclist fell to their death. → Read More

Parents arrested on charge of taking their children from relative's home in Lake Worth Beach

Authorities tracked down and arrested two parents who took their two children from a relative who had legal custody and fled north with them. → Read More

‘The kids are fighting constantly’: Congress Middle closes cafeteria to 8th graders

Congress Middle School closed its cafeteria to eighth-grade students this week after a rash of fighting and unruly behavior on campus. → Read More

School district names Palm Beach County's principal and teacher of the year

Palm Beach County public school leaders recognized four educators who found new ways to improve student learning on campuses with outsize challenges. → Read More

Five teachers booted from Jupiter school for refusing to wear masks

The five teachers were sent home with pay Thursday and continued to be out Friday and Saturday from Limestone Creek Elementary for refusing to wear masks on campus. → Read More

Interim police chief Patrick McCutcheon tapped for Palm Beach County public schools

Palm Beach County public school leaders have tapped a new police chief to serve temporarily while they search for a long-term leader. → Read More

20 elementary schools will give books to students this summer

Palm Beach County’s public schools will continue combating “summer slide” this year with help from a local charity. → Read More