The K-12 education system in Florida — the one that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos likes to praise as a model for the nation — is in chaos.
Two Collier legislative candidates helped lead a forum on the toxic algae blooms that are poisoning our waterways and prolonging the Red Tide outbreak.
Here’s the truth about the confusing new beach access law that threatens the rights of Floridians to enjoy the beach and will hurt our tourism economy.
A record number of Democratic candidates showed up for Politics in the Park this week, reflecting the surge of interest among Democratic voters in this year’s mid-term elections.
On Thursday, August 2, voters will have the chance to see the last debate among the Democrats vying for the gubernatorial nomination when it takes place in West Palm Beach and is televised statewide.
Today is the day to show your support for local Democratic candidates at the annual Politics in the Park event in Naples. It’s also a great time to get acquainted with your fellow Democrats who are stepping up in this crucial election year and running for Congress in District 19 (David Holden and Todd Truax),…
This year’s election for members of the Collier County School Board could shape the school district for years to come. Meet the candidates who want to lead our public education system at a forum on Tuesday, July 31.
Once again, our rivers and waterways are being choked by green algae slime that is harmful to both wildlife and humans. Why does this keep happening? What can be done about it? Why hasn’t anything been done about it? How can we change that? If you are concerned about the health of our environment and…
Sara McFadden, candidate for the Florida House, needs volunteers. Here are some of the events where she will be be and how you can participate.
A new law in Florida that will limit public access to beaches is stirring controversy, and videos of people being kicked off beaches have gone viral on social media.
Sick and tire of the algae that’s polluting our waterways? Blame the politicians in Tallahassee, not Mother Nature.
Gather some friends and come to Bambusa Bar & Grill on July 25 for a night of Trivia Pursuit. Festivities begin at 5:30 p.m. with appetizers and the trivia games begin at 6 p.m.