In a city the size of Wilton Manors, with limitations on funding for lofty ideas, the watchdog function of our City Commission to question certain projects is ever more important.
Donald Trump has been called many things over the years. Unfortunately the name-calling is not yet over.
There seems to be plenty of calls for building walls lately, but not many for bridging what divides us as a community.
As we move past Election Day here in the Island City and around the nation, a sense of optimism is in the air.
This time of year, my calendar is full of birthday celebrations for many friends and family.
About two months ago, life seemed to burst back with a glorious exuberance coming out of a COVID hibernation for over a year's time.
Recent news and media hype concerning billionaires blasting themselves into outer space leaves this concerned resident of planet earth-shaking his head in disgust.
Two weeks ago our nation paused to remember the tragedy and horror of Sept. 11, 20 years ago.
As COVID-19’s devastating impact on our economy continues with no end in sight, this past Labor Day Holiday witnessed many residents of our Island City struggling to get by and unemployed.
The New Year is off to a roaring start with a busy January here in our Island City.
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