Stories written by Eye On Palmetto Bay

Holiday Fun In And Around Palmetto Bay

Need something to keep the kids busy during the school break? Send ‘em to camp!

Stay Safe, Palmetto Bay – Holiday Shopping Tips

The holiday shopping season is here, and we all try to get the best deals. Criminals are in the same state of mind, looking for potential easy victims — so let’s look at some ways we can deter them from ruining our holiday spirit while shopping and assist the police at the same time.

A Fright-Nite Food Drive

It seems the word, “small,” just isn’t in Al Rapport’s dictionary…or his heart. Visit the Halloween for the Hungry spooktacular and scary “live” graveyard display to help others.

WHO is Chris Scarano (and Why is He Smiling)?

With the stroke of a pen and a few hundred postage stamps, this little-known resident has done what every political candidate dreams to do – capture the attention, and hearts, of undecided voters.

Audubon Society Conservation Workshop This Saturday

The Tropical Audubon Society is set to host their annual conservation workshop, Saturday, September 18, at the Deering Estate located in Palmetto Bay.

Save a Life with New CPR

Introducing a new, simple CPR technique that does not require breathing into the mouth of the victim – just a series of chest compressions.

Judge Rules to Keep Flinn on Ballot

Circuit court judge Ronald Friedman has denied a petition to disqualify Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn from today’s Miami-Dade County Commission ballot.
Last week, Palmetto Bay resident Stephen M. Cody petitioned the court to remove Flinn from the ballot.  Cody stated Flinn failed to resign his position as Mayor of Palmetto Bay before running for county [...]

Cast Your Vote and Let Freedom Ring

The opportunity for Palmetto Bay residents to cast their ballot in the August 24 primary election has arrived.