On the first anniversary of Florida’s passage of Amendment 4, the lawyers were back in court, arguing over what it meant and how to implement it.
In many ways, I did not want to write this week’s Top Five column because it meant I had to re-read the story at #1. I really didn’t want to visit that story again because of the new, horrifying details.
If you’re ever washing your hands in my bathroom sink at home — and let’s denote that with our “editor/reader” relationship has apparently changed — you may notice a small ceramic turtle hanging out.
OUR POSITION: There are avenues to turn to for help, but caregivers still find themselves in difficult and challenging situations in deciding best course for their loved ones.
Charters and private schools are here to stay in Florida, and that’s just the way it is. That’s not a bad thing. But the rules that apply to public schools sometimes don’t apply to the other schools.
My relative lived with a person of the same gender for as long as I can remember — up until their deaths within a few weeks of each other in their elderly years.
Here’s how we see interviews with Venice City Council candidates: There’s an opening in our municipal corporation; why are you the best qualified person to fill it?