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If you’re struggling with your mental health right now, remember: You’re not alone. One in five U.S. adults... more
The Immokalee Foundation has launched a new monthly giving initiative called... more
 Effective July 1, 2022, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will begin issuing Purple Alerts in Florida. more
An algae bloom at Canal Point on Lake Okeechobee tested at 180 parts per billion (ppb) microcystin ... more
There’s a new virus in town, and public health officials want to get the word out about what it is, who is at risk, what the symptoms are and how to treat it. more
With summer officially here, as an Arizonan, you’re likely looking for ways to continue enjoying the outdoors while also staying cool... more
The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Anniversary Day will take place on Sunday, July 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
President Joe Biden signed into law on June 25 a bipartisan bill that is the first significant change in federal gun legislation in nearly three decades. more
The Florida Department of Health reminds residents and visitors to be aware of heat related illness as temperatures rise. more
In not so many years past, Congress spent its days legislating and measuring its work’s effects with meaningful oversight. more
The Belle Glade Branch Library, Clarence E. Anthony Branch and Loula V. York Branch will hold the events listed below in July. more
On June 28, Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill (SB) 898, designated as “Miya’s Law,” to strengthen residential tenant safety... more
The C-44 reservoir and stormwater treatment area will be used to store and treat runoff from the C-44 basin this wet season ... more
The following individuals were arrested on felony or driving under the influence (DUI) charges by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office... more
...in early July 1776, a handful of men got together in Pennsylvania and declared their independence from Great Britain. more
Shots were fired at an apartment in South Bay. No one injured. more
Algae blooms are common on Lake Okeechobee when the summer sun heats up the water. more
Say hello to The Little Library, a little corner of heaven where kids big and small can go and grab a book to read. more
On June 23, Governor Ron DeSantis highlighted record funding for Alzheimer’s and related dementias and signed Senate Bill 806... more
To prevent food poisoning at your next barbeque, Schneider answers some common food safety questions. more
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