Saturday, March 4, 2017

BREAKING: News about politics in City of Greenacres makes front page, local section, in Post print edition today!

Feast your eyes! Here’s the news about Greenacres that was actually published in today’s (3/4) print edition, on page B1, above the fold.

However, in the online edition of the story comes this correction:

A previous version of this story incorrectly said Jonathan Pearce was active in the county Republican Party and that he had resigned his council seat to run. He’s running as a “no party affiliation” candidate and is registered to vote as a Democrat. His resignation is effective after the election.

Before today, other than crime news or vehicle crashes, does anyone remember the last time there was any news in the Post print edition about politics in Greenacres? Kevin Thompson is the beat reporter for the cities of Lake Worth, Greenacres, and the Lake Worth Corridor. And did you know, by area and population, Greenacres is nearly the same size as Lake Worth? It’s true.

But of course, for reasons unknown, the focus in almost totally on the City of Lake Worth.

For example, each and every Monday is the Post’s Lake Worth Very Very Special Monday Collector Print Edition (LWVVSMCPE), a weekly print edition special report. That’s right. Each and every Monday about the little City of Lake Worth.
Remember this “IN FOCUS: LAKE WORTH” in the LWVVSMCPE? This RaceTrac isn’t in Lake Worth. It’s located in Palm Springs.