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  • Water bill doesn't help struggling Apalachicola Bay

    Water bill doesn't help struggling Apalachicola Bay
    TALLAHASSEE — A major water-resources bill that President Obama signed last week does not appear to accomplish anything for the Apalachicola Bay, which is still struggling to recover after the collapse of its oyster fishery in 2012. Members of the...
  • Team leaves Colliers to launch new firm

    Team leaves Colliers to launch new firm
    A team of Colliers International commercial real-estate agents left the company's Orlando office last week to launch their own firm. Longtime Colliers Managing Director Matt Sullivan, along with executives Wilson McDowell, Jamie Barati and Bobby Isola,...
  • Sugar industry accused of dodging Everglades clean-up costs

    Sugar industry accused of dodging Everglades clean-up costs
    Florida taxpayers have been left shouldering most of the $2 billion Everglades water pollution cleanup cost, despite a constitutional amendment passed by nearly 70 percent of voters that calls for the sugar industry to pick up its share of the tab....
  • Mark Ferrulo: Bondi's "logic" on marriage is a sham

    Attorney General Pam Bondi's attempt to explain her preposterous claim that recognizing same-sex couples would "impose significant public harm" doesn't stand up to scrutiny. Not close. In explaining her actions, Bondi claimed to be "defending the voters"...
  • Parks crack down on boozy boating

    Miami is surrounded by two national parks and on June 27-29, both of them – Everglades and Biscayne – will be swarming with rangers. In the sixth annual Operation Dry Water, rangers will be looking for people boating under the influence,...
  • Storms help douse massive wildfire

    Storms help douse massive wildfire
    One good thing about all the recent rain: It helped bring the massive wildfire in the Everglades under control, the Florida Forest Service said. As of Friday, the fire was 100 percent contained, although it was still smoldering. It's the same blaze that...
  • After years buried in Everglades, another warplane mystery solved

    After years buried in Everglades, another warplane mystery solved
    Hidden in the dense sawgrass or buried in the deep muck of the Everglades are the mysterious wrecks of numerous aircraft. Some were drug planes that fled federal agents, others were private aircraft that ran into trouble or vintage warplanes that...
  • Windermere Prep girls team ties for second at state tournament

    Windermere Prep girls team ties for second at state tournament
    Windermere Prep’s girls tennis team tied for second in the Class 1A state tournament Thursday at Red Bug Lake Park in Casselberry. The Lakers tied American Heritage-Delray with nine points. Miami Ransom Everglades won with 19. Windermere Prep&...
  • Firefighters battle large Everglades blaze

     
    Wildfire season is starting to sizzle, as firefighters battled a 2,630-acre Everglades blaze in western Palm Beach County on Friday....
  • Agriculture chief doesn't see pot as boon for Florida farmers

    Agriculture chief doesn't see pot as boon for Florida farmers
    Don't expect to see lush fields of marijuana growing in Florida, the state's agriculture chief said Wednesday, even if the state's voters authorize medical marijuana in November. "This is not a boon for Florida agriculture," Agriculture Commissioner...
  • Inaugural Everglades Earth Day Festival staged in Miramar

    Community was the theme at Everglades High School's inaugural Everglades Earth Day Festival, staged at Miramar Regional Park. Partnering with the city, school officials designed the event to encourage residents to mingle while learning about ways to...