The Delray Beach Times is a community news publication launched in 2020 focusing on local politics, business and culture.

By delivering daily content to audiences in a digital, mobile-first format, we earn revenue through online subscriptions, as well as online and (eventually) print advertising.

In 2019 the publisher also launched the Miami Beach Times, which was focused on global sea level rise issues and local news and culture. After a year of publishing it was closed, however it may return.

Prior to that the publisher had launched, and for ten years operated The Rio Times, the leading English-language news source for Brazil, based out of Rio de Janeiro. The publication was sold in March 2019.

The Delray Beach Times Audience:
The city of Delray Beach has approximately 70,000 residents. In 2017, the median age of was 46.2 and a median household income of $53,233. The population is 54.9 percent White, 29.7 percent Black or African American, and 11 percent Hispanic. The median property value is $240,800, and the homeownership rate is 61.1 percent.

The Palm Beach county includes 1.5 million, plus there are 8 million annual tourists in the area*. There is an opportunity to leverage the draw of being rated Most Fun Small Town by Rand McNally, USA Today in 2012.

* Source: In 2018, according to Discover The Palm Beaches, the county’s tourism marketing organization, also visitors generated a record-high $7.4 billion in economic impact to the area, supporting more than 70,000 jobs in the county.

Reporters and Editors:
Stone Korshak – Editor and Publisher
Mike S Payton – Contributing Reporter for Politics, Business and Real Estate
Matthew Lewis – Contributing Reporter for Entertainment, Travel and Sports
Karima Sahloul Korshak – Nightlife Guide Reporter/Editor

It is the policy of Delray Beach Times to promptly correct errors of fact and to promptly clarify potentially confusing statements. Errors, whether brought to our attention by readers or staff members, will be corrected quickly and in a straightforward manner by our newsroom team.

The Delray Beach Times will continue to pursue higher standards of unbiased, factual journalism. Also, as a community news publisher, we will continue to appreciate the comments from our readers.