Discovery Village at Naples’ New Independent Living Community Wins Grand Aurora Award for Outstanding Architecture & Design


NAPLES, Fla., Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Discovery Village At Naples has earned a prestigious Grand Aurora Award for its new Independent Living community, which opened and welcomed its first, charter residents in late June. Established in 1979, the Aurora Awards are the annual design competition of the Southeast Building Conference (SEBC). The Awards honor outstanding builders, planners, architects, developers, designers and other housing-related professionals actively involved in residential and/or commercial projects across 12 southeastern states and the Eastern Caribbean.

Coronavirus hotspots like Florida, Nevada still seeing increased interest from tourists, travel site’s data suggests


While Americans are still wary of traveling long distances during the coronavirus pandemic, some are searching for domestic travel destinations in COIVD-19 hot spots, a new report suggests.

Florida was the most-searched travel destination in the country, with California

Miley Cyrus wants to make sobriety a ‘long-term lifestyle’


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Miley Cyrus wants to “make sobriety a long-term lifestyle”.

The 27-year-old singer revealed in June that she had been sober for six months and friends say her sobriety has helped to strengthen her relationship with Cody Simpson, 23, and she plans to maintain this healthier lifestyle indefinitely.

A source told Entertainment Tonight: “Miley’s sobriety has made her very present in her relationship. Her decision to be sober has changed the way she thinks about life. She would describe herself as a believer in this new way of life and is looking to make sobriety a

Health, sustainability spur URA chief’s cycling lifestyle, Transport News & Top Stories


Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) chief executive Lim Eng Hwee has been cycling to work since he was chief planner for the authority some 10 years ago.

He is heartened by the uptrend in cycling and is hopeful that more people will take to the “iron horse” when cycling infrastructure becomes more developed.

At the URA, he has encouraged fellow colleagues to find biking buddies to cycle to work when they can.

The URA office in Maxwell Road is cyclist-friendly, with shower facilities and ample bike rests.

Mr Lim, 55, told The Straits Times that he has not cycled to work