On his second day in South Florida, President Barack Obama used his annual hurricane briefing to warn about climate change and also made a significant stop before his departure.
The engineering gem that is the PortMiami Tunnel is poised to open by Memorial Day, just four years after construction began on the mile-long, four lane, twin tube built with the sweat equity of thousands of workers and a 3,000 ton drill named Harriett.
Good news for boaters in South Florida. Biscayne National Park’s Elliot Key reopened Thursday, after being closed for nearly 18 months.
In October 2012, high tides from Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged the docks Elliot Key, separating them from the seawall.
At the time, National Park Service decided to close the island to visitors and do some serious repairs.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has replenished 5.1 miles of beaches in South Florida eroded by Hurricane Sandy.
The next time you drive on I-95 in Fort Lauderdale keep your eyes out for the big, green windmills. They’re actually wind turbines designed to harness the wind’s power to create sustainable energy to improve the environment.
Thousands of tons of sand could be brought in at the end of this year to bulk up two thinning sections of Broward’s coastline.
An emergency fix to State Road A1A along a stretch of Ft. Lauderdale beach is almost complete.
With the start of hurricane season just days away, South Florida homeowners that are in the National Flood Insurance program should know that there are changes are on the way.
For those looking for a family-friendly option to take-part in over Memorial Weekend, Ft. Lauderdale may have the answer.