JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 222
Search - JEvents
Search - Categories
Search - Contacts
Search - Content
Search - News Feeds
Search - Web Links
Search - SunBay
Search - JComments


Saturday, 03 July 2021 11:12

Fireworks Are Back in SW Florida!

Written by
After last year’s lack of Independence Day due to COVID, big events are making a comeback. That includes most of the major annual fireworks…
A NOAA expedition is underway to explore unmapped areas of seafloor off the East Coast, including the first known visit to a puzzling deep…
Florida and the Feds can’t agree, so a lawsuit lodged by the state demanding an immediate resumption of cruise-line sailing will proceed. And that’s…
Sunday, 10 January 2021 08:45

Proposed Toll Roads And Panther Saftey

Written by
People were responsible for most of the 22 Florida panthers deaths in 2020. According to data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,…
Gov. Ron DeSantis hinted Thursday he will announce further relaxations of COVID-19 restrictions Friday, including allowing parts of Florida to move into phase two…
          The real obstacle in rebuilding Florida's post-pandemic tourism economy will be convincing visitors that attractions and businesses are safe,…
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 19:15

Meteor shower tonight

Written by
You may not be able to see the moon in the sky tonight because it's almost the new moon, but if you look up…
          Former Vice President and presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has joined a mostly-Democrat chorus of critics in…
Planning an accessible family vacation doesn’t have to mean sacrificing fun or your family’s budget. There are so many easy ways to save money…
Wednesday, 25 September 2019 21:14

No Time To Cry For Ailing Springs

Written by
      Last Saturday, the Florida Springs Institute (FSI) and Kings of the Springs (KOTS) environmental non-profits came together to host a Springs…
Wednesday, 25 September 2019 21:10

Hemp Will Be A 2020 Cash Crop In Florida

Written by
The Florida Department of Agriculture expects to receive 8,000 applications by December and issue 3,000 cultivation permits early next year when the state rolls…
­Florida’s “last, best hope” to save Apalachicola Bay’s multi-million dollar shellfish industry will play out Oct. 17 before a federal judge in Albuquerque, N.M.…
Friday, 10 August 2018 09:48

Working to Preserve Species

Written by
Florida residents experience the impact of the Endangered Species Act all around them: The sea turtles that nest on local beaches. The manatees that…
Sunday, 23 April 2017 08:04

Rain Brings Relief but Fires Still Burn

Written by
Even though Heavy downpours early Sunday morning have finally brought some relief to Firefighters battling wild fires across the southern half of Florida, Fires…
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 22:28

Florida Cities Closer To Banning The Bag

Written by
With last year’s styrofoam ban upheld by a Miami-Dade judge, the city of Coral Gables, south Florida’s “City Beautiful,” is stepping into the eco-regulation…
Page 1 of 2



digital version