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  • Boca Raton seeks input on Wildflower property

     
    Boca Raton is looking for ideas for its waterfront Wildflower property at 551 E. Palmetto Park Road. A section of the city website was established at www.myboca.us/wildflower to collect letters of interest from developers, residents and interested parties...
  • Architects to present preliminary Ocean Strand findings next week

     
    Architects planning the Ocean Strand park for the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Parks District will kick off the public park planning process at the district's meeting on May 23. "They're going to say here???s what we own, what......
  • Shores Resort & Spa offers Valentine’s Day fun

     
    The Shores Resort & Spa is heating things up for couples this Valentine’s Day with a special s’mores roast by the resort’s oceanside fire pits, including heart-shaped chocolates for just $10. Guests may also purchase a bottle of champa...
  • Acqualina Resort & Spa award AAA Five Diamond Award

     
    Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach, in South Florida, has received the prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award for its second consecutive year. Acqualina boasts 4.5 beachfront acres with 400 feet of stunning Atlantic coastline. From its...
  • Florida cold snap sends manatees toward the warmth of power plants

     
    APOLLO BEACH, Fla. — People aren't the only ones in Florida who don't like cold weather. Manatees -- those giant aquatic mammals with the flat, paddle-shaped tails -- are swimming out of the chilly Gulf of Mexico waters and into......
  • October: Florida Greenways and Trails Month!

     
    The local-commuter agency reThinkYourCommute.com — which promotes car alternatives — alerted me to Florida Greenways and Trails Month, designed to get you out on your bicycle (or feet) now that fall has really arrived in Florida. A full list...
  • Catch waves, whales at the pier in Flagler Beach

    Catch waves, whales at the pier in Flagler Beach
    When someone at the next table is re-enacting a Corona TV ad — the ones where a beer bottle is the silent centerpiece in some idyllic beach scene — you know you've found a laid-back spot. You could do a series of those ads at the rustic...
  • The 1910s: A time of commerce, pioneer farmers and wild boat parties

    This was the decade when the frontier town of Fort Lauderdale became the center of the region's burgeoning commerce. Its early and naive efforts at mercantilism involved the exploitation and destruction of what is now recognized as a vital environmental...
  • After centennial, city looks ahead to its future

    After centennial, city looks ahead to its future
    As the city marks its first 100 years this weekend, officials are planning what the future should look like. Downtown will expand with more offices and shops as well as more nearby condos and townhouses. The New River would be abuzz with entertainment...
  • FPL customers pay to keep manatees cozy — and alive

    FPL customers pay to keep manatees cozy — and alive
    COCOA — The biggest gathering of Florida manatees ever observed survived a deadly cold snap last winter by huddling in warm water discharged from a power plant on the Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County. The 1960s-era Florida Power & Light Co....
  • Toot-Toot! Train Bridge Leaving Houma

    Toot-Toot! Train Bridge Leaving Houma
    A 12-story-tall steel railway bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway is leaving Houma for Freeport, Texas - where it will span the same shipping highway. Union Pacific Corp. crews were to begin dismantling the bridge Saturday, starting with the 260-foot-...