Judge sides with environmentalists, says lawmakers failed to comply with Amendment 1
Striking a blow to the Legislature, a Tallahassee judge said state lawmakers failed to comply with a voter-approved constitutional amendment to buy and preserve environmentally sensitive lands.
Water in Stuart showing improvement but still filled with toxic algae
In Stuart, the water on the Caloosahatchee river looks better than it did before when it was rid with blue green algae.
Pine Island organization discusses water quality
. Greater Pine Island Civic Association invited Calusa Waterkeeper John Cassani to its meeting last week to discuss the water quality issues Southwest Florida has recently been facing.
Opinion: Editorial: Be prepared for the next hurricane
With Hurricane Florence barrelling toward the Carolinas, Floridians are not the ones having to prepare for a major storm for once.
Longboat kicks off north-end beach project
Earthmovers and other construction equipment will become common sights during the next month for Longboat Key residents who live on the north end of the island.
Utilities add backup power after Irma to avoid sewage overflow repeat
Tony Gaffoli knew he had a problem when brown, wretched water began bubbling out of the manhole in front of his Morning Sun Lane home just days after Hurricane Irma struck Florida last September.
Army Corps to slow Okeechobee releases even as Lake O rises
Lake Okeechobee levels are rising, but the federal agency in charge of releases reduced discharges Friday to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers.
ECUA to start Pensacola Beach water line project Monday
The relocation of an Emerald Coast Utilities Authority water line that serves Pensacola Beach is expected to begin early Monday morning.
Crash shuts down Bunnell's water system, prompts boil water notice Bunnell city officials were hoping to restore water service to homes and businesses by 8 p.m. Thursday after a morning car crash forced a citywide shutdown of the water supply. more