BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Just a quick reminder to our readers. BocaNewsNow.com has been serving South Palm Beach County for nearly a decade. We are a top-ranked, vetted news website. You’ll find us on our website and you’ll find our stories in Google News, the NewsBreak App, Apple News, SmartNews, and many other locations.
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BocaNews, however, is the name once attached to a now defunct newspaper. It does not exist.
But the website BocaNews.com does. It’s a real estate firm that purchased the domain. It is not a news organization. It is a company that wants to sell you houses, or sell your house. There is nothing wrong with that. We love great marketing. But know the difference between news and marketing.
We have learned that people using the “BocaNews” name are showing up in various places, claiming to represent a legitimate news organization. They don’t and they do not.
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