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  • Florida travel calendar for February

    Florida travel calendar for February
    Check out festivals and events in February across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Jan. 31, 2014 - Feb. 1, 2015: 9th...
  • Group offers modern take for grieving widows

    Group offers modern take for grieving widows
    Carolyn Moor and her husband were both 36 years old the night he was thrown from his vehicle in a hit-and-run accident that killed him. It was Valentine's Day nearly 15 years ago. Suddenly a widow with two young children, Moor joined a support group for...
  • Home and garden briefs for Feb. 5: Bus trip to flower show, free tickets to garden show, pruning clinics scheduled

    The Daily Press has a limited number of free tickets available for readers to attend the Coastal Virginia Home & Garden show this weekend. The tickets are available beginning Thursday, Feb. 5 at 8 a.m. Tickets must be picked up in person at the Daily...
  • Turner River: Reviving an ecosystem

    The five-foot alligator posed agreeably as tourists shot photos of it lounging in the canal that runs parallel to Turner River Road, north of U.S. 41 in the Big Cypress National Preserve. The gator's hangout that Friday afternoon may have been no...
  • "Fifty Shades of Grey" avivará el fenómeno del libro

    MADRID - Con más de cien millones de ejemplares vendidos en el mundo, la trilogía de "Cincuenta sombras" es la pionera y reina incontestable del "boom" de un género nacido de la fusión de la novela romántica y de la erótica. El estreno ahora de su...
  • Chronic Wasting Disease becoming a larger issue for Missouri deer population

    The concern over Chronic Wasting Disease continues in Missouri. The disease, which is contagious among deer populations and is fatal, once was of only mild interest to Missouri hunters, who watched the disease cause losses in states such as Wisconsin and...
  • Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites

    Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites
    County officials are betting on a new approach to lure businesses into Isle of Wight's troubled intermodal park — one that will cost the county up front but will pay dividends if successful. The county has allotted $1.9 million in its proposed...
  • Join in the Great Backyard Bird Count; and meet berry-best plants that attract birds to your yard

    Join in the Great Backyard Bird Count; and meet berry-best plants that attract birds to your yard
    Plump, ripe berries are a bird's best buffet when Old Man Winter makes nutritious insects a hard meal to find. Faithfully-filled feeders are fantastic, too, because birds need the oil and fat from seeds and suet to help keep them warm. Hopefully you...
  • Take hikes, see wildlife at two Orange wetland festivals

    Take hikes, see wildlife at two Orange wetland festivals
    Lake Apopka's north shore has staged a comeback for wildlife and birds after decades of farming left the area laden with pesticides. After years of cleanup, the area puts on its best face annually at the free Lake Apopka Wildlife Festival and...
  • George Lucas works ‘Strange Magic’ with new animated film

     
    Forget Joseph Campbell and “The Power of Myth.” The inspiration for “Strange Magic,” the new animated feature co-written and produced […]...
  • Wildlife expedition: 1,000 miles, 70 days

    Wildlife expedition: 1,000 miles, 70 days
    NOBLETON – On the long trail again is a trio of Florida explorers who previously hiked, pedaled and paddled 1,000 miles up the spine of Florida to focus public attention on environmental treasures. Now, in their second Florida Wildlife Corridor...