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April National Social Security Month

Miami, FL - (by Rose Mary Buehler, SSA) - Now that tax season is over, it’s probably a good time to evaluate some financial “best practices” for the rest of the year. A good spring-cleaning can clear out the clutter to let you see a clear path for your future. Social Security is always here to help. Even if you just started working, now is the time to start preparing for retirement... » Read more

Healthy Kids Day at YMCA at Palm Beach

West Palm Beach, FL - (by Sally Shorr - TBA) - Spring into summer like a young superhero at the YMCA of the Palm Beaches. On Saturday, April 27, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., enjoy a frolicking day of fun at Healthy Kids Day... » Read more

Atlantic Coastal Dental Research Clinic partners with PB State College for adults free dental treatment

Lake Worth, FL - (Joyce Edelstein, PBSC) - Many adults in our community cannot afford basic dental treatment, and for the fifth year in a row, the organizers of Free Dentistry Day will do something about it... » Read more

What You Can Do Online in the SSA website

Atlanta, GA - (by Rose Mary Buehler, SS) - For generations, Social Security has been evolving to meet your changing needs. In April, we celebrate National Social Security Month by letting you know what you can do online with a my Social Security account... » Read more

2019 Street Painting Festival in Lake Worth

Lake Worth, FL - The 25th edition of the annual Street Painting Festival took place again this year on the paved roads of Downtown Lake Worth. More than 200 paints on the streets with attendance of about 10,000 visitors during the two days, Saturday and Sunday... » Read more

Social Security and Self Employment

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortega (SSA) - If you are not self-employed, Social Security taxes are typically taken out of your paycheck automatically. You and your employer each pay a 6.2 percent Social Security tax... » Read more

UPR-Medical-Science campus and Rutgers University

San Juan, PR - by Angel Hoyos (UPR) - In order to establish an academic exchange program for students, doctors and professors, the Medical Sciences Campus (MSC) of the University of Puerto Rico and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, established a historic collaborative agreement that fosters resilience, disaster preparedness... » Read more

Make a Difference this Holiday Season

by Family Features (UNICEF) - Working in 190 countries and territories, UNICEF is focused on putting children first with programs in health care and immunizations, safe water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more... » Read more

State Rep. Willhite and U.S. Rep. Mast

West Palm Beach, FL - by Tabatha McDonald (PBSC) - U.S. Rep. Brian Mast and State Rep. Matt Willhite, who both were re-elected to second terms in November, will be the keynote speakers at the Palm Beach State College fall commencement ceremonies for more than 3,000 expected graduates... » Read more

Seasonal Worth may help you

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortega (SSA)- Soon after school begins in the fall, many businesses begin advertising for seasonal workers.  It’s a good way for people to make some extra income during the busy holiday season or ease back into working... » Read more

PBSC Veterans Success Center Grand Opening ceremony

Lake Worth, FL - by Tabatha McDonald - About 175 people attended the event, including student veterans, elected officials and business and community leaders. U.S. Reps. Lois Frankel and Brian Mast were the guest speakers... » Read more

Natural Guide • Illustration: Lucy Engelman

Yonkers, NY - by Hallie Levine-To understand why the world of alternative medicine is so vexing, consider two of its most well-known examples: homeopathy and yoga... » Read more

Workers' compensation that affect your Social Security

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortega (SSA) - Many people working nowadays have more than one job, so it’s not uncommon for them to have several sources of income. Owning multiple small businesses, seasonal jobs, and the gig economy add to the mix — and complexity — of our modern day economy... » Read more

Memo Rojas ready for Spa Francorchamps

Spa Francorchamps, Belgium - por Jakob Ebrey (ELMS Media) - The current champion of the European Le Mans Series, Memo Rojas Jr., is already on European soil to compete this weekend in one of the emblematic tracks of international motorsport, Spa Francorchamps... » Read more

How Social Security Defines Disability

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortiz - Disability affects millions of Americans, in one form or another. Social Security is here to help you and your family, but there are strict criteria for meeting the definition of disability. The definition of disability under Social Security is also different than it is for other programs... » Read more

Los Tucanes de Tijuana

Los Angeles, CA - by Carmen Matiella - Fox Deportes invited the acclaimed Mexican band group, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, to live a unique experience during a Los Xolos match at the Caliente Stadium... » Read more

Beat Procrastination by Changing Your Direct Deposit Early

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortega (SSA) - September 6 is National Fight Procrastination Day. With our busy lives, it is easy to fall into that cycle of constantly postponing some tasks because of other things we need to address right now. This may be true for you when it comes to changing your payment method for Social Security benefits... » Read more

P2P Mobile Payment services

Yonkers, NY - by Tobie Stanger (CR) - Whether you're sharing rent or splitting a dinner tab, paying people you know by app seems a breeze next to checks or cash. Mobile peer-to-peer payment services used on smartphones, tablets—and even smartwatches—have revolutionized on-the-spot money transfers... » Read more

Palm Beach State College to host Judicial Candidates Forum

Palm Beach Gardens, FL - by Tabatha McDonald - Palm Beach State College will hold a forum July 19 for the 17 candidates vying for five contested seats on the bench at the 15th Judicial Circuit Court and Palm Beach County Court. » Read more

Esperanza Awards, June 13, 2018

West Palm Beach, FL - by Claudia R. Levy - The third annual Esperanza Awards presented by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County will take place Wednesday, June 13th at the Hilton Palm Beach Airport... » Read more

April National Social Security Month

Miami, FL - (by Maria Ortega, SSA) - In April, we celebrate National Social Security Month by letting you know what you can do online with a my Social Security account. Last month we featured how you can replace a lost or stolen Social Security card... » Read more

Rand Corp. website with more information about Female Retention study

Washington, DC - (U.S. Coast Guard Headquaters) - The U.S. Coast Guard released its first large-scale study on women’s retention in 30 years. The service commissioned the study as part of its commitment to create a more mission-ready workforce... » Read more

Vitamin image

Yonkers, NY - (by Janet Lee, CR) - A ccording to some reports, we’re in the middle of a “pandemic” of vita­min D deficiency, raising the risk of not just bone fractures but also heart disease, type 2 diabetes, depression, and more. And worries about these perils have led to an increase in vitamin D screening and supplement use:.. » Read more

Professor Anurag Katyal

Boca Raton, FL - by Tabatha McDonald (PBSC) - Palm Beach State College Associate Professor Anurag Katyal is among six in the nation selected to participate as a fellow in a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) initiative being piloted by the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges... » Read more

Jenny Big Crow

West Palm Beach, FL - by Kristi Sorrwo (PBSC) - Protests are happening all over the world today. Many of them start off peaceful but end up turning violent. This is something that Palm Beach State College alumna and Native American expert and activist Jenny Big Crow hopes to help change through her message promoting nonviolence... » Read more

Aquatic Family Festival

West Palm Beach, FL - by YMCA - Mermaids, and music, and ice cream. Oh my! End the month on a big splash at the YMCA of the Palm Beaches' Aquatics Family Festival... » Read more

USPS is ready to deliver for the holiday season

West Palm Beach, FL - by Debra J. Fetterly (USPS) - The U.S. Postal Service expects to deliver nearly 15 billion pieces of mail and 900 million packages, for a total of nearly 16 billion cheerful deliveries this holiday season – the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day... » Read more

Huascar Barradas at Black Box in Boca Raton

Boca Raton, FL - by Betsy Cáceres (BBB) - For 13 consecutive years Huáscar Barradas, the Venezuelan flute, has successfully presented his Christmas show "Hallacas con Flauta" throughout Venezuela and this year for the first time will be presented on Sunday, December 16 at 2 pm in Boca Raton, FL... » Read more

YMCA Family Health and Wellness Fair

West Palm Beach, FL - by Sally Shorr - When you put your family’s health first, harmony and happiness will follow. On Saturday, November 17, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., celebrate the kick off of National Family Week at the YMCA of the Palm Beaches and have a fun time getting fit... » Read more

Cine Latino presents 'Winter' this Halloween 2018

Miami, FL - by Sebastian Vera - In anticipation of the most terrifying night of the year in the United States, Cinelatino will present three full days of the most chilling releases, starting on Monday, October 29 at 11:00 pm ET / 8:00 pm PT until Wednesday, October 31... » Read more

Palm Beach State College President Ava L. Parker, J.D.

Lake Worth, FL - by Joyce Edelstein - Building on a foundation as Palm Beach County’s largest institution of higher education, Palm Beach State College has launched Panther Strong 2023, a new five-year strategic plan that sets an aggressive goal of being a nationally recognized leader in advancing student success... » Read more

Video by Petty Officer 1st Class Michael De Nyse

Charleston, NC - by Coast Guard PA - The Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP) set a temporary safety zone on the waters of the Waccamaw River in the vicinity of the Santee-Cooper ash pond in Conway, S.C., effective 7 a.m., Saturday through Oct. 19 or waters recede... » Read more

New music to enjoy lunch and dinner

Miami, FL - by Olé Communication - The Latin music experts at J&N Records have launched two compilation albums “Música Instrumental Para Almorzar” ("Instrumental Music to have Lunch") and “Música Instrumental Para Cenar” ("Instrumental Music to have Dinner"), both available today on all digital platforms... » Read more

Former U.S. Ambassador Robert M. Orr

Lake Worth, FL - by Joyce Edelstein - U.S. presidential elections will be the topic when former U.S. ambassador and Palm Beach State College alumnus Robert M. “Skipp” Orr, Ph.D., kicks off PBSC’s 2018-19 Honors College Speaker Series. Orr’s lecture, titled “Course Change: Seven U.S. Presidential Elections that Changed History,” will be held Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. in the Public Safety Conference Center, PSD 108, on the Lake Worth campus... » Read more

Lucha Conquest III, Trust No One!

Miami, FL - by Maria Ortega (SSA) - September 6 is National Fight Procrastination Day. With our busy lives, it is easy to fall into that cycle of constantly postponing some tasks because of other things we need to address right now. This may be true for you when it comes to changing your payment method for Social Security benefits... » Read more

Michael Pustizzi

Lake Worth, FL - by Tabatha B. McDonald (PBSC) - Palm Beach State College has named Michael Pustizzi the executive director of human resources. He brings more than 25 years of human resources corporate experience to the role and joins PBSC Aug. 27... » Read more

Palm Beach State College to host Judicial Candidates Forum

West Palm Beach, FL - by Sally Shorr - Celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2017, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens has been a center for Japanese art and culture in South Florida since opening in 1977. Now, Morikami invites to different activities and events to celebrate its anniversary. » Read more

Sketch of the individual involved in robbery of Palm Springs Carrier

West Palm Beach, FL - by Debra J. Fetterly - The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of two (2) suspects who robbed and assaulted a Letter Carrier. The robbery occurred at approximately 2:48 PM on May 26, 2018 on Ainsworth Circle, Palm Springs, FL... » Read more

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