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Five Things to Know in Florida for Sept. 1

Five Things to Know in Florida for Sept. 1

FIRST COMMERCIAL FLIGHT IN 50 YEARS TO CUBA DEPARTS FROM FORT LAUDERDALE The first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century landed in the central city of Santa Clara after taking off from Fort Lauderdale Wednesday morning. The flight restored regular air service severed at the height of […]

Five Things to Know in Florida for May 4

Five Things to Know in Florida for May 4

FSU STUDENT REPS: NO HEADDRESSES AT SEMINOLES GAMES The Student Government Association resolution, which passed April 20 by a 27-4 vote, is a nonbinding, formal opinion. It asks the university administration to consider adding the wearing of headdresses as a violation of the student code of conduct. FLORIDA NOW READY TO TEST MOSQUITOES FOR ZIKA […]

Lori Riddles, new Navarre Library manager

Lori Riddles, new Navarre Library manager

Lori Riddles has only been on the job as the manager of the Navarre Library for a little more than a week. But in that short period of time she has quickly become comfortable in her new job setting. “The people here are friendly. It’s like “Cheers.” Everyone wants to know your name,” Riddles said. […]

Florida Senate and House pass rival spending bills

Florida Senate and House pass rival spending bills

By Gary Fineout, Associated Press Tallahassee, Fla. (AP) — Flush with plenty of extra cash during an election year, the House and Senate on Thursday passed rival versions of a new state budget that spends more money on child protection, health care for the disabled and public schools. But there remain key differences between the two chambers over everything […]