Protesters against the partial closure of Mickler's Beach headed down to the beach Monday to voice their opposition.
Want to buy some Florida swampland? You could, without knowing it. And nobody has to tell you.
Last week, I joined Joseph Colbert and Mallory Harmel to learn more about the rattlesnakes of Jekyll Island.
A long list of City of Myrtle Beach elite, industry insiders are pooling $2 million in funds to create the Institute for Responsible Development.
The structures were part of a six-building complex with solar power and a water-collecting system. They were beachfront property when built in the 1980s. Erosion, hastened by hurricanes and storms, has destroyed the domes.
Environmentalists gathered Monday at the Florida Capitol to celebrate the fifth anniversary of voters overwhelmingly approving a ballot measure aimed at steering billions of dollars toward land and water preservation.
Crews transported and distributed sand along the beach near Park Shore Beach Park in Naples on Friday, November 1, as part of Collier County's multi-million dollar beach renourishment project.
To properly address the threat of climate change, Florida Republican lawmakers -- who’ve controlled the Legislature for two decades -- will have to take their heads out of the sand and listen to Florida residents.
Dozens of retired scientists and environmental groups say key recommendations of South Carolina’s statewide flooding task force are misguided and that scientific data don’t support them.
The governor’s Blue-Green Algae Task Force has prepared initial recommendations for the Legislature in 2020, which will make it harder for lawmakers to evade their responsibility.
A new report finds that mangroves provide valuable flood risk benefits and play a critical role in protecting coastal communities in Florida.
MANATEE COUNTY — A judge this week dismissed Manatee County Tax Collector Ken Burton Jr.’s lawsuit against Airbnb regarding the collection of local resort taxes on vacation home rentals.
Water quality issues reached fever pitch this week as residents, already accustomed to avoiding their beach, were barred entirely after an effluent overflow. Village Manager Andrea Agha released an email addressing the issues and outlining solutions, but questions persist.
Pen in hand, Pawleys Island Mayor Jimmy Braswell paused for a moment Monday afternoon, Oct. 14 and said, “I’ve never borrowed so much money in my life.”
The moment I drove over the causeway — my favorite Florida beaches on the islands of Sanibel and Captiva beckoning — the stench in the air foreshadowed bad news.
How to counter invasive species, a common, and often intractable, problem? One entrepreneur’s clever approach offers lessons in finding solutions in the unlikeliest of places.
The three project areas stretch from near the Jupiter Inlet south into Juno Beach. The first renourishment project will center on a strip of beach between Jupiter Beach Park and Carlin Park and is expected to start by year’s end.
Flood waters from Hurricane Florence receded over a year ago, but Horry County is still struggling with how to move past the record-breaking natural disaster.
Lucia Milani sold a 5.6-acre oceanfront parcel to Palm Beach County in 1987 with a promise that the county park be named for her late husband. She’s still waiting for it to be fulfilled.
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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection last week announced its intent to issue a permit to allow an exploratory oil drilling operation in northern Gulf County.
A proposed coastal fishing regulation designed to protect species is drawing sharp differences of opinion from some of those affected. Some think the measure is necessary to prevent continued loss of important fish species. Others think the measure won’t work as intended and could prove catastrophic for coastal fishing industries.
Putting sand on the beach. That’s finally beginning as Marinex Construction Co. of North Charleston “stages” its dredge, two miles of pipe and other equipment at Pawleys Island.
Florida lawmakers Monday dug into issues involving climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, phrases mostly kept under wraps by state Republican leaders before last year’s elections.
The project will cost $5.2 million and will be finished by the start of next year, according to the county.