What a load of crap. Earlier this week, county officials warned that unless unruly Miami Beach condo owners allowed for construction on a waste pipeline stretching to Virginia Key, the sewer line could soon break. "I can tell you it's going to rupture, I just can't tell you when," said John Renfrow, ... More >>
As containers and costs mount, tap water is the rule in eateries.
Wake up, cat lovers!
Well, not exactly. But she sure doesn’t speak well of them.
A UM scientist and global warming pioneer warns the muckety-mucks
The Biscayne Aquifer is pristine no more
Guess what happens when an eccentric ecologist and a couple of feisty backwoods boys claim that a rare Florida panther is on the attack
More evidence that the county's environmental guardian has abandoned his post
Want to hear more about a plan to protect the county's water supply from contamination? Good luck.
From the issue of September 27, 2001
Miami's chapter of the Audubon Society loses a leader and gains critics
Meet the most powerful politician you know nothing about
Hip hip hooray. The Homestead airport is dead. For now, at least.
When an influential developer wants to cram a size-10 project on a size-4 parcel of waterfront land, who can he turn to for help? The ever-accommodating Miami City Commission, of course.
The Green Party stumbles toward election day
From the issue of September 28, 2000
In an act of audacious short-sightedness, Miami is offering its finest bayfront property to the highest bidder
Witnesses to the segregated history of Virginia Beach tell a sorry but inspiring tale
Members of the Collier family want to explore for oil in the nature preserve they helped create
Thanks to the Miami Commission, a historic swath of bayfront property is now slated to become luxury townhouses
Developers are hungrily eyeing Dade's agricultural heartland, where farmers are a dwindling breed
When Coral Gables officials see a tiny lake in the middle of their fair city, they think ... shopping mall!
Believe it or not, Miami's planning czar Jack Luft says he can make Virginia Key both lovely and lucrative
The race to develop Homestead Air Force Base could soon hit a major snag. It's called Mother Nature.
With nothing to show after four years but bitterness and bickering, the plan to turn Homestead Air Force Base into a commercial airport has gone from national model to national embarrassment
Environmentalist George Barley's untimely death has impoverished the fight to save the Everglades. But look out, Big Sugar! Here comes Mary!