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  • Green sea turtle to return to wild

     
    From the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach: If you're in the mood for a road trip to South Florida on Saturday morning, you can watch the Loggerhead Marinelife Center release a rehabilitated  21-pound juvenile green sea turtle named Cletus back....
  • Caution: Sea turtle nesting is starting

     
    Although this information comes from the Loggerhead Marinelife Center in South Florida, the information applies to all of Florida's East Coast. Brevard and Volusia counties are particularly attractive to sea turtles: Sea turtle nesting season has begun on...
  • Voter interest in Tuesday's local elections varies widely in Palm Beach County

     
    Nestled between Delray Beach and Boynton Beach, Gulf Stream is tiny ??? but it there???s big interest in Tuesday???s local election. Gulf Stream has the highest voter interest of any South County community with voting on Tuesday, and the second......
  • Tuesday is Election Day, polls open until 7 p.m.

     
    Tuesday is Election Day in eight cities, towns and villages in Broward and 19 in Palm Beach County. In Plantation, voters will pick a replacement for retiring Mayor Rae Carole Armstrong in a race that has developed into a major......
  • Voter turnout for Palm Beach County cities, towns and villages

     
    Approximate voter turnout numbers for Tuesday's elections in 19 Palm Beach County cities, towns and villages. Countywide, 30,262 people voted out of 246,284 eligible, for a turnout of 12.29 percent. Click here for Broward County numbers. City/votes/...
  • Florida fishing piers are good fun, rain or shine…

     
    This weekend's Postcards column in the Sunday print edition of the Sentinel is a look at the enduring appeal of Florida fishing piers, which can put a person in a Jimmy Buffett mood even on the most dreary day. The column focuses on piers in Venice,...
  • 8th Annual TurtleFest, ‘Exploring Cultural Conservation,’ is Saturday

     
    The Loggerhead Marinelife Center presents the Eighth Annual TurtleFest: Exploring Cultural Conservation†on Saturday, April 9,†from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach. Here's the info from the center...
  • Gold rush for renewable energy in Antelope Valley

     
    Antelope Valley is betting big in renewable energy. Two solar projects have already been approved for unincorporated Los Angeles County. Eight other renewable energy projects have been proposed. Of these, NextEra Energy Resources of Juno Beach, Fla. and...
  • Need your help

     
    Tire Kingdom is asking its customers to join the fight against childhood cancer by giving a few bucks to the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. You'll receive coupons for donations $5 and †over. This is a good cause – worth at least the cost of the...
  • When storms toss sea turtles ashore, here’s how to help

     
    Even though Hurricane Irene has passed us by and is heading up the Atlantic coast, here's some good advice about helping stranded sea turtles from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: As waves pound sandy Atlantic beaches, they bring...
  • Chip Ganassi Racing expands IZOD Indycar Program to include Graham Rahal

    Chip Ganassi Racing expands IZOD Indycar Program to include Graham Rahal
    Chip Ganassi Racing Teams (CGR) today announced the formation of Service Central Chip Ganassi Racing featuring rising American Indy car star driver Graham Rahal. Ganassi's IZOD IndyCar Series stable will expand with the addition of the new team, which...
  • How to help sea turtles beached by Hurricane Irene

    How to help sea turtles beached by Hurricane Irene
    Young sea turtles beached by Hurricane Irene may need some help. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says the storm may have tossed them from the mats of seaweed that serve as their home when they first enter the ocean. The commission...