Sun Sentinel: Want to see the Rivers of Grass and then the waves of the Atlantic? The Cypress Creek Greenway is the longest stretch of paved, recreational path around.
News-Press: Test results obtained by The News-Press show why the city will be testing off- as well as on- its old South Street sludge dump.
Tampa Bay Times:
ST. PETERSBURG — Forget that street sweeper. Take a rain check for the aerators to spruce up Lake Maggiore. And, while you’re at it, find some other source of cash to make those city recreation cen
Florida Times Union: Camden County has received a $204,375 federal grant to help repair or replace septic systems that are leaking human waste into the St. Marys River.
The Star: The Florida Master Naturalist Freshwater Systems module is an eight-day course filled with knowledge of the ecology of our Panhandle freshwater wetlands
NBC-2: Lee County is days away from finalizing a more than $40 million deal aimed at protecting the environment and eliminating devastating flooding.
Miami Herald: The public has until Dec. 12 to write the Public Service Commission, which is deciding whether to allow Florida Power & Light to charge customers for cleaning up leaking cooling canals at Turkey Point threatening to damage Biscayne Bay and nearby dri
News-Press: Volunteers are raising money for water treatment for families in a rural and poor Lee County community that has endured bad well water for decades.
WINK: FORT MYERS, Fla. A former Fort Myers city employee says he was among those who disposed of sludge decades ago in Dunbar. And he doesn’t think the neighborhood is in any danger. A community uproar followed the revelation earlier this year that arsenic
Sun Sentinel: Two projects will upgrade deteriorating roads in five Boynton communities and make a waterfront neighborhood less prone to flooding.