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Located in Palm Beach County Lake Worth is named for the lake to its east. The Lake itself was named for General William Worth who led men during the Second Seminole War. The city was officially incorporates in 1913 with mostly farmers as residents. Today downtown is slowly being revitalized; its most recent additions include the Lake Worth Play House. The city hosts a Street Painting Festival and Finlandia Week, in honor of its Finnish residents, annually. Famous residents include singer Rod Stewart.

Population: 36342
Local Newspapers: The Gazette Lake Worth Herald Palm Beach Post
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Local Colleges: Palm Beach Community College

Zip Codes associated with lake worth, florida: 33460 33461 33462 33463 33467
Towns/Cities near lake worth, florida : Manalapan Boynton Beach Briny Breezes Lantana Seminole Manor Palm Springs

Lake Worth News
Murder victim's sister testifies in trial of Mississippi man accused in 1987 slaying

Rodney Clark, 50, is now standing trial in Palm Beach County in the June 20, 1987 strangulation death of Dana Fader, 27. Prosecutors will seek the death penalty if Clark is convicted of first-degree murder. Rodney Clark, 50, is now standing trial in Palm Beach County in the June 20, 1987 strangulation death of Dana Fader, 27. Prosecutors will seek the death penalty if Clark is convicted of first-degree murder.

First Palm Beach County trial under new death penalty law starting in 1987 murder

Rodney Clark, 50, is charged with first-degree murder in the June 20, 1987 death of Dana Fader, a 27-year-old mother of three who lived near Lake Worth. Prosecutors will seek the death penalty if the jury convicts Clark at his trial.

Board will take cash, land for West Boynton High if new homes OK'd

Should thousands of homes go up in the county's south end, the Palm Beach County School Board does not want to be caught without land on which to build schools, and so Wednesday night it voted 6-1 to accept a developer's promise of more than 100 acres and $10 million toward The acceptance came with the caveat that the vote should not be read as an endorsement of GL Homes' controversial proposal to build in the county's Agricultural Reserve. "If the deal's on the table, we need to take it," said board member Frank Barbieri, whose southernmost district would get 35 acres on which to build a needed elementary.

Experts Warn About Boats With Potentially Dangerous Flaws

"I just remember feeling that anxiety of fight or flight, I'm going to be planning her funeral, then, No I'm not, she's not going to die," said Cindy Bell, whose daughter, Niki, was washed overboard and struck in the head by a propeller four times in 2006. "The first night, you're just thinking it's impossible to survive, so you're thinking about ending it," said Meg Batchelder, of Lake Worth, Florida, whose 7-year-old son died three years ago when the boat he was in took on water and he became stuck in the propeller.

"Where did the fortune-teller go on her vacation'/'To Palm Beach."

Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.

7th Annual L-Dub Film Festival Calls For Entries

DUB Film Festival is looking for an innovative selection across a variety of genres from music videos, shorts and documentaries to full length features. The mission is to celebrate THE ART OF filmmaking, provide industry collaboration opportunities and outlets for filmmakers to present their work and gain recognition from their peers, the public and industry professionals.

83-Year-Old Florida Man Admits To Killing His Wife 30 Years Ago

James O'Neil originally told his daughter and authorities his wife Verna, committed suicide in July 1987 after the two got into an argument about her excessive drinking. However 30 years later, the now 83-year-old man confessed to murdering his wife.

For transgender women, an extra dose of fear

Abbie Paige, a transgender woman who has undergone several procedures to live as a female, with her plastic surgeon, Dr. Rian Maercks, in Miami last month. Many transgender people say they feel increasingly unsafe, and that "passing" is necessary for survival.

PBSO deputy attacked in Lake Worth alley

PBSO says a deputy was conducting a business check in the alleyway of 1011 7th Avenue South in Lake Worth at 12:30 a.m. The deputy was flagged down by an unknown black male in the alleyway. Upon making contact, PBSO says the deputy was ambushed and struck on the right side of his face with a blunt object described as a shank/nail.

Lawmakers take aim at opioid crisis Updated at

Senate Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala held a roundtable discussion Tuesday in Palm Beach County with lawmakers, local leaders and public-safety officials to address Florida's opioid crisis. Palm Beach County is one of the epicenters of the epidemic.

Florida highway chief: There is no FHP speeding ticket quota

Moving swiftly to tamp down a growing furor in the media and with the motoring public, state highway safety chief Terry Rhodes issued a memorandum late Thursday night to the top brass at the Florida Highway Patrol. Rhodes responded to the Times/Herald's coverage of an internal email coverage of an internal email that FHP Maj.

Neighbors concerned over boat lift project

The project involves building a boat lift at Spillway Park on the C-51 canal that would allow boaters coming from Lake Clarke Shores and beyond to be lifted over the locks and onto the other side. The boat lift would allow boaters to travel between the Chain of Lakes and the Intracoastal for the first time ever.

Man, 83, arrested for killing his wife 30 years after her death

Deputies arrested a Lake Worth man Thursday for shooting and killing his wife 30 years ago, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office arrest report. Investigators initially ruled Verna O'Neil's 1987 death a suicide.

30 years after wife's 'suicide,' man charged with manslaughter

In newly released investigative recordings, Roger Wittenberns is heard telling police his recollection of the events that killed an 82-year-old Uber driver. In newly released investigative recordings, Roger Wittenberns is heard telling police his recollection of the events that killed an 82-year-old Uber driver.

Commission Hunts Down 2 More Florida Pirates

In Lake Worth, Florida Frances Chapman has ten days to shut down his illegal radio operation from his home at 88.7-FM. 1In Hollywood, Florida, American College Express has ten days to shut down a pirate station, also at 88.7, broadcasting from a commercial business.

Approved pot dispensary across from Lake Worth charter school alarms parents

In newly released investigative recordings, Roger Wittenberns is heard telling police his recollection of the events that killed an 82-year-old Uber driver. In newly released investigative recordings, Roger Wittenberns is heard telling police his recollection of the events that killed an 82-year-old Uber driver.

Lake Worth man faces new order on phony FTC release, computer fixes

The FTC filed a complaint in April against Daniel L. Croft, doing business as PC Guru Tech Support and Elite Tech Support. Federal officials alleged he contacted consumers by email and used fake FTC press releases and the names of real agency staff members to trick consumers into contacting him so he could try to sell them unnecessary tech support services.

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