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Sun staff writer and photographer Cindy Lane covers the environment, tourism and Cortez, and is the Sun's digital and social media editor. Email

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Bill Robinson honored at preserve

Bill Robinson honored at preserve

To commemorate the life of Bill Robinson, the Robinson family organized a candlelight walk at Robinson Preserve on Monday evening. Robinson was the owner...

Florida manatee boating deaths rise

Florida manatee deaths have reached 545 in 2019, 13 more than the five-year average of 532, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation...
Pines plague parking project

Pines plague parking project

BRADENTON BEACH – Controversy over Australian pine trees in the Coquina Beach parking lot may slow down or stop the second phase of a...
Public input sought on museum changes

Public input sought on museum changes

CORTEZ – The Florida Maritime Museum is planning a redesign and is inviting public comment on its conceptual plan daily from 9 a.m. to...

Seafood, music festival hits Coquina Beach

BRADENTON BEACH - The inaugural Coquina Beach Seafood and Music Festival will bring live music, food, and arts and crafts to Coquina Beach Dec....

Bell named Agriculturist of the Year

CORTEZ - Karen Bell, manager of A.P. Bell Fish Co., is Manatee County’s Agriculturist of the Year. The Manatee County native was surprised with the...
Hunters sound off on duck season

Hunters sound off on duck season

BRADENTON – As duck hunters prepare for the opening of season on Nov. 23, they say they want to assure residents surrounding Perico, Neal...
Pinellas County bans water horses

County moves to regulate horses in bay

PALMA SOLA BAY – Taking a cue from Pinellas County, Manatee County commissioners have voted 7-0 to have the county attorney’s office investigate regulating...
Watch out for manatees on the move

Watch out for manatees on the move

When the first cold front hits this month, manatees will be on the move, heading towards warmer waters in Florida’s springs and near power...

Stone crabs here; festival coming

CORTEZ – They’ve been bringing in stone crab claws to the Cortez docks since the season began on Oct. 15, and now, the historic...
Beach umbrella

Tourist tax collections 2019

Here's a look at tourist tax collections in Anna Maria Island's three cities. Numbers reflect the approximate change from the same month in the...
Net ban at 25: Still stings, still opposed

Net ban at 25: Still stings, still opposed

CORTEZ – Red tide, blue-green algae, global warming, sea rise, sewage spills and oil spills combined don’t antagonize commercial fishermen as much as one...

Another turtle generation paddles into the sunset

ANNA MARIA ISLAND – At least 27,298 sea turtle hatchlings scurried safely to the Gulf of Mexico this year from Anna Maria, Holmes Beach...
Egmont Key Lighthouse - Cindy Lane | Sun

Discover Egmont Key Nov. 9-10

EGMONT KEY – Come to historic Egmont Key State Park on Saturday, Nov. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 10 and “Discover the Island.” The event is...