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  • 19 sick crew members on cargo ship off Port Canaveral rescued by U.S. Coast Guard

    19 sick crew members on cargo ship off Port Canaveral rescued by U.S. Coast Guard
    The U.S. Coast Guard braved strong winds and high waves on Tuesday to rescue 19 sailors who were suffering from apparent food poisoning on a 584-foot cargo ship. Because of the 35-knot-winds and 5- to 6-foot waves, the Coast Guard had to airlift the...
  • Feds: Man smuggled cocaine on cruise ship

    Feds: Man smuggled cocaine on cruise ship
    A Grenada man remains jailed in Seminole County after federal agents said he hid 12 pounds of cocaine in his suitcase while on a cruise that recently docked in Port Canaveral. Ishermon Tafari, 31, was arrested Saturday when authorities made the...
  • Summer music series heats up at winery

    Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards will have its annual free summer music series from 1 to 4 p.m. every Saturday in July at the winery, 19239 U.S. Highway 27, Clermont. There will be music on the outdoor stage, winery tours and wine tastings. Food, wine,...
  • Hooked on an adventure: Your Central Florida fishing guide

    Hooked on an adventure: Your Central Florida fishing guide
    One of the nicest things about fishing in Central Florida is that, no matter where you are, you are five minutes away from a fishing hole. There are countless places to wet a line from the coast to lakes, rivers, creeks and retention ponds. I have a...
  • 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...
  • Local Roots farm tours mix fun, education

    Local Roots farm tours mix fun, education
    Good golly, Miss Molly! You could steam dumplings in this humidity. To be clear, that's not a suggestion. Along with frying eggs on asphalt, food stunts are just the kind of thing that gets the neighbors talking and the homeowners association in a snit....
  • Roll out barrels, soak up some local color by stomping grapes

    Visitors can try stomping grapes during Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards' 24th annual Harvest Festival June 20-22. Participants can compete in one of several grape-stomping competitions throughout the three-day event. Winners of each two-minute stomp-off...
  • Water bill signing boosts Everglades, seaports

    ┬áPresident Obama’s signing of a big water-projects bill on Tuesday paved the way for federal spending on several Everglades restoration projects as well as dredging of Florida seaports. ┬áThe long-awaited Water Resources Reform and Development...
  • Hop on these Easter dining specials

    Hop on these Easter dining specials
    Easter dinner with family and friends is a much anticipated spring occasion. For those who don't want to cook, local resorts and restaurants are prepared to do everything for you — including the dishes. Here is a sampling of where to enjoy a...
  • Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut

    Carnival Sunshine makes Port Canaveral debut
    Port Canaveral may have lost a Dream, but now it has some Sunshine. The Carnival Sunshine arrived this week to replace the Carnival Dream, which had sailed out of Central Florida since its debut in 2009. The Sunshine, while smaller, is one of Carnival...
  • Kingsley Guy: Bush turned himself into formidable candidate

    Jeb Bush is sounding more and more like he'll make a bid for the presidency. Go for it, Jeb. Unless the Republican Party gets some adult supervision on a national level it risks a decline into irrelevancy. I first met Bush in 1994 during his first...