Sarah Peters, The Palm Beach Post

Sarah Peters

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

NEW: Whay local veterans are turning to golf to help them cope with war wounds

United Technologies makes the $35,000 contribution to The First Tee of the Palm Beaches every year, coinciding with The Honda Classic. The company also sponsors and mans the Patriots Outpost at the tournament. → Read More

NEW: Why local veterans are turning to golf to help them cope with war wounds

United Technologies makes the $35,000 contribution to The First Tee of the Palm Beaches every year, coinciding with The Honda Classic. The company also sponsors and mans the Patriots Outpost at the tournament. → Read More

Palm Beach Gardens' first health and wellness fair is Saturday

Palm Beach Gardens is hosting its first health fair. Doris Italian Market & Bakery is hosting a wine night. → Read More

Welcome back: PBSC's new Gardens provost enrolled at the school 30 years ago

Tunjarnika Coleman-Ferrell previously worked at Palm Beach State College's Boca Raton campus. She enrolled in summer classes at the Palm Beach Gardens campus 30 years ago and has worked her way up the ranks. → Read More

NEW: Gardens residents aren't getting their (traffic) wall... and they're not happy about it

Residents of Steeplechase in Palm Beach Gardens are worried about how the Florida Department of Transportation's changes to the Beeline Highway from Blue Heron to Northlake Boulevard will affect their privacy, safety and property values. → Read More

Gardens moms mourn 'so many children' at Parkland vigil

Moms from Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens traveled to the vigil for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School victims at Pine Trails Park. → Read More

Susan G. Komen founder to speak at Honda Classic day for businesswomen

Nancy Brinker, founder of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Suzy Whaley, the first woman elected as president of the PGA of America, will headline the Honda Classic Women's Initiative. → Read More

To do in Gardens: Honda Classic party, see Nat Geo dolphin photographer

The Honda Classic kick-off party is next Thursday at The Gardens Mall. → Read More

Federal tariffs cost Gardens nearly $200,000 on building projects

Palm Beach Gardens is feeling the effects of President Donald Trump's steel tariffs. → Read More

Luxury apartments for seniors approved on RCA Boulevard in Gardens

The development is joint venture between Palm Beach Gardens-based Sina Companies and Troy, New York,-based United Group of Companies. → Read More

Benjamin School's $5M STEM center to expose youngest students to robots, VR

The Benjamin School's Maglio Family STEM Center will be finished in May. → Read More

Nearly a year after voters spoke, fight over Gardens term limits drags on

Voters said "yes" to a question that asked whether term-limited politicians should be allowed to run again after sitting out for three years, but a legal challenge isn't completely resolved. → Read More

Gardens renews debris-hauling contract ahead of hurricane season

Palm Beach Gardens renews an agreement with DRC Emergency Services. Ceres Environmental Services handled Hurricane Irma cleanup. → Read More

To do in Palm Beach Gardens: Dinner, dancing and de-cluttering

The "Celebration of Impact for Children with Special Needs" is Feb. 16 at BallenIsles Country Club, and the de-cluttering class is at the Burns Road Community Center in Palm Beach Gardens. → Read More

These Gardens boutiques are multiplying, defying tough retail market

At Downtown at the Gardens, Blessed Boutique created Moxie, and Lola Chiq Boutique opened The Accessory Bar. → Read More

Honda Classic 2019: New spots to eat, drink surround Bear Trap

The PGA Tour tournament at PGA National Resort & Spa added 20,000 square feet of new and larger venues to watch Justin Thomas, a Jupiter resident, defend his title. → Read More

Gardens convenience store sells $500,000 winning scratch-off

Thuy Hoang, of North Palm Beach, won on the $500,000 PAYDAY scratch-off ticket from Stop Wise. → Read More

Palm Beach Gardens K-9 Justice has a new vest to keep him safe

Vested Interest in K-9s, a nonprofit based in East Taunton, Massachusetts, gave the department the bullet- and stab-proof vest. → Read More

Gardens K-9's new vest will shield him from bullets and stabbing

Vested Interest in K-9s, a nonprofit based in East Taunton, Massachusetts, gave the department the bullet- and stab-proof vest. → Read More

In Gardens, Holocaust experts offer insight on what factors started it

InSIGHT Through Education hosted retired Northwestern professor Peter Hayes and Stanlee Stahl, director of the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous. → Read More