July 21st, 2019
The roar of a jet engine, the vroom of a car, the vibration of a moving ship.
These sounds and sensations, commonly associated with travel and motion, share a common source: fossil fuel-powered engines.
But as regulators and businesses around the world try to reduce carbon emissions, airplanes, automobiles and ships are going electric. It’s good for the environment, but it also means travel itself may be changing. Here’s a look at a few of the initiatives that are underway.
Continue reading By Air, Land and Sea, Travel is Electrifying
April 18th, 2019
CityPlace, the center of entertainment in downtown West Palm Beach for almost two decades, is getting a new name: Rosemary Square.
According to a news release, a five-year, $550 million investment will “transform CityPlace from a retail and entertainment center to a vibrant community and destination known as Rosemary Square.”
The 72-acre Rosemary Square neighborhood transformation is set to offer more residences, retail, a new hotel and more arts and cultural programs.
Continue reading CityPlace has a new name: Rosemary Square
February 21st, 2019
JUST IN: Anglers hoping to hook a shark from a Florida beach will face increased scrutiny and need a special license after the state’s first shore-based shark fishing rules were approved Wednesday.
The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously to give the state better oversight of the generations-old sport in an effort to respond to concerns from beach goers and conservationists.
Continue reading Shark fishing rules now in play; fish collection under Blue Heron Bridge banned.