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  • Divers pull body from lake in West Park

    Divers pull body from lake in West Park
    Divers have recovered a body from a lake in a residential neighborhood in West Park, Broward Sheriff's officials said. It was found behind a home in the 4300 block of Southwest 33rd Street about 9 a.m. Friday, deputies said. Deputies were called...
  • Brown follows centrist course with earned income tax credit

    Brown follows centrist course with earned income tax credit
    If you were the governor with extra bucks to burn, would you help the working poor? Or help the aged and disabled poor who are unable to work? Another choice: Provide healthcare for immigrants in the country illegally? Or help poor kids get dental care....
  • Tour takes in Italy's religiously significant sights

     Tour takes in Italy's religiously significant sights
    Maranatha Tours, which specializes in Christian tours that visit places relevant to the Bible, has a new itinerary this year that tours Italy accompanied by biblical scholars. Scheduled for Sept. 4-11, the trip will include attending the first night of...
  • Annual festival at Wolf Lake focuses on the environment — and fun

    Annual festival at Wolf Lake focuses on the environment — and fun
    Those attending this year's 15th annual Wetlands, Wind & Water festival at Wolf Lake found many ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Free to the public, the two-day festival is sponsored by the Association for the Wolf Lake Initiative, and featured...
  • Club Notes

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • Canaveral National Seashore a coastal sanctuary for both wildlife and people

    Canaveral National Seashore a coastal sanctuary for both wildlife and people
    Crossing the dunes onto the unspoiled, endless beach at Canaveral National Seashore has a special feeling about it, and it's all yours. Ocean breezes whisper a sweet song as shore birds scurry along the tide line, snacking in the shifting sand on mole...
  • Kayaker indicted for murder after fiance's body turns up in Hudson River

    Kayaker indicted for murder after fiance's body turns up in Hudson River
    When a corpse was found in the Hudson River over the Memorial Day weekend, there were none of the usual questions about its identity. Few doubted that it was Vincent Viafore, a kayaker whose disappearance while out paddling with his fiancee is at the...
  • Getting a thrill out of Ocean City

    Getting a thrill out of Ocean City
    Some people go to Ocean City to relax. They plop their chairs or blankets on the warm sand. They read a book or perhaps drift off for a nap, lulled by the shrieks of seagulls, the lapping of waves, the laughter of children. But for the past four years,...
  • Man who drowned in Lake County trying to save cat was Ingleside resident

    Man who drowned in Lake County trying to save cat was Ingleside resident
    A man who drowned in Lake County over the holiday weekend while trying to save a cat has been identified by the coroner's office as William A. Anderson, 46. Anderson, whose last known address was in Ingleside, died Sunday night after authorities said...
  • Capsized kayak in icy lake washes 'miracle' ashore

    Capsized kayak in icy lake washes 'miracle' ashore
    The moment after Michael Triem's kayak capsized in Lake Michigan's icy waters, he had to make a life-or-death decision. He asked himself, "Should I swim back to shore?" He was three-quarters of a mile from land. He wasn't wearing a wetsuit. The...
  • Gulf County offers some of the best scalloping in Florida

    Gulf County offers some of the best scalloping in Florida
    Have you ever gone scalloping? Personally, I had not, until a recent trip to Gulf County, Fla. I wasn't even sure what the act of "scalloping" was. Yes, getting scallops, surely, but how? And what did that entail? It turns out, it's both fairly simple,...