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Hurricane Irene (2011)

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Top Hurricane Irene (2011) Articles

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  • Irene giving local kite surfers a ride for their money

    Irene giving local kite surfers a ride for their money
    For a kite surfer, this time of year is regarded as the off season in south Florida. "No wind whatsoever" said Kate Jonson of Hallandale Beach,  "unless there's another storm we might have absolutely no good kite surfing conditions for months." At the...
  • Photos: Hurricane cleanup begins on battered East Coast

    Photos: Hurricane cleanup begins on battered East Coast
  • Correction

    Due to erroneous information provided by the Maryland Department of Agriculture, an article in Tuesday's editions incorrectly reported that 30,000 chickens died in Maryland during Hurricane Irene. A departmental spokeswoman said Wednesday that the...
  • Dry, breezy and sunny until ...

     
    Sunday's storms marked the passage of the cold front that has brought us this bright, sunny and dry weather for the bulk of this week.The high-pressure system pushing in on north winds will mean very pleasant weather for the mid-Atlantic......
  • Hurricane Irene poised for sweep up the East Coast

     
    The first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic season was leaving Puerto Rico and moving toward the northern coast of the Dominican Republic and Haiti Monday morning. And if Hurricane Irene follows the forecast storm track, it can be expected to......
  • Hurricane Irene: “It’ll be a nail biter for us”

     
    Central Florida is eyeing Hurricane Irene very closely, as the ninth named storm of the year hits Puerto Rico this morning and could be on a path to come up Florida by the end of this week. Volusia County Emergency Management Director Charlie Craig's...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Hurricane Irene, FAU v. FSU and Jeb Bush

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Welcome back to the work week and today's edition of Monday Morning reads. Here are five stories that you should be reading this morning. * The Sun-Sentinel's Scott Travis has a great read on the teacher merit pay law and what it means...
  • Colleges watch storm, urge students to seek updates on school websites

     
    Colleges across the region are watching Hurricane Irene closely. They're urging students and employees to keep an eye on their school's website for updates on possible school closings or class cancellations later this week. At Seminole State College,...
  • Why start school at hurricane season peak?

     
    With one eye on the dreaded Cone of Concern, I took my little girl to her first day of kindergarten this morning. Then I came home to hear interim Broward Schools Superintendent Donnie Carter on the news talking about shuttering......
  • Rain forecast cancels Easton's first Smoke on the Water Festival

     
    Creedence Clearwater Revival sang, “Who’ll Stop The Rain.” But for the Easton School of Rock’s first Smoke on the Water festival, it was the rain that stopped it. Heavy rain forecast for this weekend has forced cancelation of the...
  • White House to host local Hispanic summit

     
    White House staffers and officials will be in Orlando next month hosting what it's been billed at the first of its kind Hispanic Community Action Summit. The two-day event will take place on Sept. 9 and 10. It had originally been scheduled for this Friday...