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As AAA prepares to rescue more than 360,000 drivers with car trouble this holiday weekend... more
AAA expects to rescue over 360,000 stranded motorists nationwide over Thanksgiving weekend... more
When you think of decorative holiday plants, you might buy traditional poinsettias. But have you ever considered a caladium at Christmas? more
Overall, cooking is the leading cause of U.S. home fires and injuries,... more
According to NFPA data, candles accounted for an annual average of 7,400 home fires... more
Start Giving Season early this year by participating in UF/IFAS Extension’s 2023 Peanut Butter Challenge throughout October. more
The annual Fish Art Contest is now open! more
Florida 4-H Camp Cherry Lake sits in the northernmost reaches of Florida, dotted... more
Thanks to Glades Electric Cooperative members, over $16,550 in Operation Round Up... more
Running out of at-home activities for your kid to do? more
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides the following electrical safety tips: more
Glades Electric Cooperative announced it has secured $5,000,000 in funding through... more
A new study finds that electric vehicles (EVs) lose a significant amount of range when... more
A recent AAA survey found that 52% of Floridians plan to get a professional vehicle inspection... more
Average gasoline prices in Florida have fallen 8.8 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.52/g on Monday, May 8... more
Average gasoline prices in Florida have risen 15.9 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.69/gallon today (April 24)... more
Many people leave expired or unneeded medications in their medicine cabinets. These substances can cause serious health problems, including drug overdose, if they fall into the wrong hands. … more
The festival included tours of the historic home, musical entertainment, … more
As registration for 2023 Florida 4-H summer camp programs is underway... more
A Florida Humanities program with an environmental focus is scheduled for March 2 at Highlands Hammock State Park. Dr. Steven Noll... more
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