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Italian market and bakery opening in North Palm Beach

The new Doris Italian Market and Bakery in North Palm Beach will have bocce courts. Courtesy photo The wait is almost over. Doris Italian Market & Bakery will open its North Palm Beach store Friday, Jan. 29, according to a post on its Facebook. The market is in the Shoppes at City Centre, 11239 U.S. 1. While food and drink specialties include wines on tap, pizza and gelato made fresh daily on-site, there’s more to it. The location will also have two bocce ball courts and an outdoor cafe. Lunch offerings include a variety of salads and subs. from Northern Palm Beach County For more information, visit – http://ift.tt/20oZny6

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Three things you missed at Palm Beach Gardens’ City Council meeting

Kids and their parents head to school along a path that may become a road in Palm Beach Gardens Wednesday, October 16, 2013. (Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post) Palm Beach Gardens’ City Council Chambers weren’t as full Thursday night as they were last month when Avenir and police body cameras were up for debate, but some other popular topics resurfaced. Here are three that came up: The proposed extension of Shady Lakes Drive to 117th Court North: About 15 people wearing red t-shirts again asked City Council to reconsider extending Shady Lakes Drive. City Council and staff say the extension is necessary to provide improve the flow of traffic to recreational facilities and give better access in an emergency to Watson B. Duncan Middle School and Timber ...

Palm Beach Gardens negotiates fewer houses in Avenir development

Ken Tuma, principal of Urban Design Kilday Studios, speaks on behalf of the Avenir development during a hearing before the City of Palm Beach Gardens Planning, Zoning and Appeals Board Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 in Palm Beach Gardens. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post) Years of give-and-take have gone into drafting plans for the proposed Avenir development on the city’s western edge, but the newest concession wasn’t revealed until late Wednesday night. Just before the City Council vote about 11:15 p.m. to give early approval to changing the property’s land-use designation and moving an urban growth boundary, Mayor Eric Jablin announced he negotiated with the developer to once again reduce the number of houses in the project. Jablin said he persuaded Avenir Holdings to ...