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  • Weekend outlook: hot days, gentle surf, cooler ocean

     
    Local lifeguards say it's been a relatively slow week at the beach. Crowds have been light and there has been little news, save for a drowning at Canaveral National Seashore. Heat has been the big issue with a few cases of heat stroke among beachgoers,...
  • Sea turtles affected by Hurricane Irene

     
    Lucky for Florida, Hurricane Irene did little damage to the coast, causing only minor beach erosion. One impact still being assessed is what happened with nesting sea turtles. Thousands of sea turtle nests were still incubating this week on Florida...
  • UCF biology professor named Outstanding Educator

     
    Our hats are off this afternoon to UCF biology professor Linda Walters, who was recently named as an Outstanding Educator by a national research group. The Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation recognized Walters because of her work educating...
  • Birds! Bugs! Gators! See national parks for free

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — To help build public support for national parks, the Interior Department on Monday announced 17 admission-free days next year for visitors to the Everglades and other parks. Federal officials want...
  • Weekend outlook: colder weather, power-ski event in Daytona, Canaveral admission waived

     
    Today was not a day for fair-weather beachgoers, with the 50 degree high today.á The weekend forecast calls for much of the same, with lows in the 30s. Volusia beaches have been very quiet this past week, though beachgoers did get a few better weather...
  • Canaveral Seashore Plein Air Paint Out set for October

     
    Outdoor enthusiasts and art lovers can come togetheráforáa good cause Oct.á21-27 at Canaveral National Seashore in New Smyrna Beach. The third annual “Canaveral Seashore Plein Air Paint Out,” hosted by the Friends of Canaveral, is a fund-...
  • Camping in the wilds of Florida

    Camping in the wilds of Florida
    If you're looking to really get away from it all, here are a few spots in the Florida wilderness. Inexperienced campers should find someone who has been there to accompany them. This type of camping isn't for solo beginners. Everglades National Park/...
  • In Northeast Florida: Pirate's lore and a lovely sunset

    Northeast Florida Hang out with pirates and ghosts (Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island): Ghost tours, pirates and an annual shrimp festival are the highlights of a port town that is only a couple of hours by car from Central Florida, though it's almost at...
  • Winter the dolphin's rescue off Volusia has Hollywood ending

    Winter the dolphin's rescue off Volusia has Hollywood ending
    Nearly five years ago, a wintry day of fishing turned into a dolphin-rescue story made for Hollywood. And now the tale of the tail is being made by Hollywood. "Dolphin Tale" is based on the life story of Winter the dolphin, who lost her tail but now...
  • Beach events for Central Florida today

     
    Today promises to be a busy day of beach events in both Volusia and Brevard counties. This morning, dozens of kids are expected at the Sunglow Pier today for the annual kid's fishing clinic organized by the Halifax Sport Fishing Club. (The photo at...
  • Horse trails: There are plenty of options in Florida

     
    The weather has been about picture-postcard perfect this week in Central Florida — at least today — which makes even a city slicker (moi) consider the notion of horseback riding as a fun Florida diversion. It was good timing,┬áthen, that I...