Concerns over transportation of rocket parts halt drawbridge replacements in Port Canaveral
The Florida Department of Transportation has hit pause on moving forward with a plan to replace the State Road 401 drawbridges in the Port Canaveral area, after concerns were raised by space launch companies and Florida Rep. Thad Altman, according to News 6 partner Florida Today.
Port Canaveral cruise passenger total outpaces previous year of record revenue
During his monthly presentation to Port Canaveral commissioners, CEO Captain John Murray said the world’s busiest port is outpacing its total number of cruise passengers from last year, which was a record year for revenue.
U.S. Coast Guard searches for man who jumped from Carnival ship nearing Port Canaveral, cruise line says
The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a man who allegedly jumped from the Carnival Mardi Gras cruise ship early Saturday morning on its approach to Port Canaveral, the cruise line said in a statement.
Man helped former Brevard bike shop worker steal bicycles worth $15K, deputies say
A man was arrested by Brevard County deputies Thursday and accused of helping someone steal more than $15,000 worth of bicycles from a Port Canaveral bike shop they were recently fired from, according to an affidavit for an arrest warrant.
‘God told me not to take this vaccine:’ Brevard restaurateur won’t ask employees to get COVID shot
While many local restaurant owners are waiting for more details from Biden's order that businesses with 100 or more employees require their workforce to get vaccines or take weekly COVID tests, at least one already has made up his mind.