The $200 Million Question On Palm Beach County Ballots – Housing Bond  

A bond question will be on every Palm Beach County voters’ ballot in the November 8th General Election. You’ll be asked if you want to approve a $200 million affordable housing bond. CEO of the Economic Council of Palm Beach County Michele Jacobs hopes you vote yes. 


Action News Jax  

SJC Board of Commissioners approve budgeting of $500,000 to provide mental health support for SJCFR  

St. Johns County commissioners unanimously approved an allocation of $500,000 from Fire District Rescue Reserve to provide mental health support to St. Johns County Fire Rescue. 


Sanibel Captiva  

Ian deals blow to Florida’s teetering insurance sector  

Daniel Kelly and his wife bought a 1977 doublewide mobile home in May for about $83,000 at Tropicana Sands, a community for people 55 and older in Fort Myers, Florida. But he ran into roadblocks when he tried to insure it. 


Tallahassee Democrat 

Leon County Verizon users see ‘significant delays’ when calling 911 

Verizon users in Leon County, like others across the southeast, have been experiencing “significant delays” when calling 911. 


TC Palm 

Martin and St. Lucie counties will soon see 110-mph Brightline trains  

For six weeks starting Oct. 17, Brightline will begin testing trains at full speed — 110 mph — through parts of Martin and St. Lucie counties. 


News 4 Jax 

Ian left at least $38 million in home damage in St. Johns County; first responders made 26 high-water rescues  

  1. AUGUSTINE, Fla. – Even though it wasn’t as bad as it could have been, St. Johns County officials said Tropical Storm Ian still left millions of dollars in damage in its wake when it blew through the area last week.



Sarasota County commissioners share thoughts on Hurricane Ian  

Sarasota County leaders remarked Monday evening on Hurricane Ian’s devastating impact on south county and affirmed that residents needing help after the storm would receive it. 



FOX 29 

Three IRC beaches still closed over erosion concerns  

County crews across the Treasure Coast continue to assess the impacts of Hurricane Ian on our local beach 


Click Orlando 

South Brevard beach erosion similar to Hurricanes Matthew, Irma, county says  

MELBOURNE BEACH, Fla. – Like Hurricanes Matthew and Irma five and six years ago, Brevard County officials said Ian is eroding beaches too.