Saturday, January 29, 2022

Tag: Biscayne Bay

Volunteers and groups such as Debris Free Ocean drive the cause...

As water quality deteriorates in South Florida, citizens and organizations work hard to stop plastic pollution and trash in Biscayne Bay. Debris Free Ocean is...

After a death, traffic snarls FIU in North Miami (includes video...

On Monday afternoon, North Miami police responded to a construction accident that killed a man near the entrance of Florida International University's Biscayne Bay...

Police investigate reports of a gun at Alonzo and Tracy Mourning...

Alonzo & Tracy Mourning High School went into lockdown around 10:30 a.m. yesterday after a gun threat appeared on social media. Parents crowded the...

Little River is county’s first attempt to localize sea level rise...

As sea level rise continues to threaten South Florida’s future, local officials are imagining the ways that residential landscapes could change to adapt to...

Biscayne Bay and the Little River Canal need help now (includes...

Biscayne Bay reached its tipping point after years of chemical and plastic pollution. Soon it will be almost impossible to bring back the water...

Miami Beach canals await dredging

Miami Beach waterways and canals have become a concern. Lack of attention and sedimentation over the years have made them difficult to navigate in...

March for the Bay aims to preserve local water, end massive...

Activists, local and state representatives, and concerned residents took to the streets of North Bay Village this past weekend to call for more action...

Can the Biscayne Bay Coastal Wetlands project save us from global...

The future of Florida’s coastal communities is at risk due to the threat of rising seas. Like most cities built alongside bodies of water,...

Coconut Grove Arts Fest: Spend an evening under the stars with...

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival kicks off this Friday, Feb. 14, at 6 p.m. with its first-ever Friday night concert, An Evening Under the...