OUR POSITION: After “green slime” and red tide, people have lost faith in the state’s protection of environmental resources.^p
For much of the past year, as Southwest Florida was blanketed by the stench of red tide, public officials heard one loud demand from coastal communities: “Do something!”
Have you ever wanted to be in the movies? You will be, if you visit downtown Venice or the festival grounds after the city has surveillance cameras installed.
Before voting Tuesday for the city to take over emergency medical services from the county, Venice Vice Mayor Rich Cautero said it was the hardest decision in his time on the Council.
Gov. Ron DeSantis is right to push for all of Florida’s colleges and universities to declare every viewpoint should be open for discussion on campus, even ones that students may “loathe” or find “deeply offensive.” The whole point of the liberal arts is to sharpen a student’s thinking and to…
Need a break from “the news”? Here are a few things to be happy about or grateful for that have nothing to do with Brexit, Robert Mueller or tariffs on goods from China.
The local housing market has rebounded. Prices are up and construction is booming. If you’re recently retired and looking for your home in paradise, you have a lot of options.
OUR POSITION: The public is best served when government notices are printed in newspapers and placed online. Rep. Randy Fine’s bill to eliminate publishing public notices in newspapers is just a slap at the press.