38th Annual Tequesta Strawberry Festival
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com Judy Finn came dressed for the occasion, as volunteers gathered to make First Presbyterian Church of Tequesta's signature strawberry jam for their March 1st Strawberry Festival.
The Miami Herald
Appeal over Miami's prehistoric Tequesta Indian village site...
When developer MDM Group managed to yank away from Miami's historic preservation board last week the question of what to do with the discovery of a significant prehistoric Tequesta Indian village site, they moved the ball into a potentially more advantageous court - the political, deal-making world of the City Commission.
WPTV Local News
Heavy rains cause trouble for drivers
Many people in Jupiter and Tequesta are hoping for dry weather. On Wednesday evening, heavy rains pounded the area and caused trouble on the road.
Drink Like a Local: South Florida Breweries Are Creating a Craft Brew Community
For years, we've been hearing about the benefits of farm-to-table cuisine: Buying locally results in lower carbon emissions, support of the local economy, and stronger, fresher flavors.
WPTV Local News
Cyclists on guard after deadly incidents
The warnings are everywhere and yet collisions between cyclists and vehicles occur often on south Florida roads.
Tequesta Brewing Wants to Build a Brewery in Palm Beach Gardens
An application to the Palm Beach Gardens Planning and Zoning Department filed last November shows that a Houston company is seeking approval for a Twisted Trunk microbrewery at the southwest corner of US 1 and PGA Boulevard.
Debate Sharpens Over Potential Miami Historic Site
The debate over what to do about a site of a prehistoric Tequesta village in downtown Miami continued at a hearing on the issue Friday.
Developer: Tequesta site in downtown Miami is 'a joke'
Sharply changing tack, the owners of a downtown Miami lot where the remnants of a prehistoric Tequesta Indian village have been unearthed launched an attack Thursday on the archaeologists responsible, calling their conclusions about the site “hokum” and “a joke.’’ In an interview Thursday, an attorney for MDM Development ... (more)
WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
Native American site leaves Miami in quandary
As more Native American archaeological sites are being uncovered around the nation, the findings are posing difficult questions for the cities where they are found.