Articles Posted by Lori Griffith

by Lori Griffith May 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Turning a tragic accident into something positive is no easy feat, and losing a child is something no parent can fathom. But, for Blu Stephanos and Carly Black, creating a legacy for their son, Austin, gives them a sense of peace, purpose and hope that they are saving others’ lives by educating kids on safe boating practices.

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by Lori Griffith Apr 2018 Also on Digital Edition

Brian Mast opens the first-ever congressional office inside of a VA facility in West Palm Beach.

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by Lori Griffith Oct 2017 Also on Digital Edition

There are 50 miles between Bimini and Florida, and every year Travis Suit crosses that much ocean by paddleboard to raise money for cystic fibrosis.

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by Lori Griffith Oct 2016 Also on Digital Edition

More than a decade ago, John Weller faced medical complications that not only threatened his life but also changed his career path. Through the organization Freedom Waters Foundation, he and co-founder Debra Frenkel provide children facing life-threatening illnesses and their families with boating excursions.

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by Lori Griffith May 2016 Also on Digital Edition

At age 38, Gabrielle Finley-Hazle has become the leader at St. Mary's Medical Center, making her the youngest female CEO in the Tenet South Florida group.

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by Lori Griffith Apr 2016 Also on Digital Edition

As part of the 29-city Sacred Art Tour, eight Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Monastery in India return for a second time to the Palm Beaches. Committed to a life of compassion, kindness and peace, they educate the world about their plight, and share their culture and traditions.

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by Lori Griffith Jan 2016 Also on Digital Edition

Three local kiteboarders share their passions for the sport, and encourage other women to give it a try.

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