AARP Weighs In Against FPL's Drilling PlanSenior advocacy group AARP filed a brief opposing state regulators' approval of a plan for Florida Power & Light to invest in drilling for gas in Oklahoma.
5 Discounts Any City OffersFrom discount dining to free admission to museums, here is a look at five discounts any city offers.
How To Plan A Trip With Your GrandchildrenHere are five great tips towards helping you plan the best and safest trip with your loving grandchildren.
Miami Dolphins, AARP Pack Meals For Older South Floridians In Need In an effort to help help out South Florida's seniors struggling to get by, the Miami Dolphins partnered with AARP to make a difference.
How To Find Last-Minute Hotel DealsFind out what the best online booking sites are for last-minute hotel deals.
Miami Dolphins Partner With AARP Foundation To Benefit Older AdultsThe Miami Dolphins announced Tuesday that the team has partnered with the AARP Foundation to help older adults in South Florida.
Nursing Home Bill Limits Who Can Be Sued A bill which passed the House Wednesday, would limit litigants who file a case against a nursing home.
AARP Offers Refresher Driving Course AARP is offering people over 55-years old the opportunity to go back to school, driving school that is. It’s called the Smart Driver Program.
Fewer Floridians Believe They'll Be Able To Retire It’s the dream of many Americans. After a life time of work, the ability to kick back and retire. However, only about half of all Florida voters aged 50-64 say they fear they’ll never be able to retire, according to a new survey by AARP.
Effort To Move Foreclosure Notices Online Fails In LegislatureDespite the fact that there are almost as many homes with computers as there are with televisions, the state of Florida is not yet ready to move home foreclosure notices off the printed page and onto a webpage, killing that proposal Tuesday after intense lobbying by newspapers and groups representing the elderly and minorities.
Bondi Pushes For Timeshare Fraud LegislationBesieged with thousands of timeshare fraud complaints, Attorney General Pam Bondi and two Florida lawmakers are pushing for a new law to crack down on fraud.