Monday, July 13, 2020
One of the factors driving the decision has been Alden Global Capital, which some employees have nicknamed the “destroyer of newspapers,” now ranks as the largest shareholder of Tribune Publishing.
This November, Florida voters will vote on a proposed amendment to the state constitution on whether businesses should be forced to increase the minimum wage, starting at $10 an hour which eventually will increase to $15 an hour by...
On Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s (DEO) Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program has awarded more than $14 million to help organizations aid the state in recovering from Hurricane Irma which struck in September 2017.
The City of Key West Housing Authority is getting the bulk of the funds with $1,278,033 penciled in for that organization. The Monroe County Housing Authority is lined up to receive $94,918.
Dr. Jerry Parrish, the chief economist of the Florida Chamber Foundation, weighed in on Tuesday on how the coronavirus outbreak could impact the Sunshine State. 
Sanders, the favorite to win the Democratic presidential nomination, tore into AIPAC this week, insisting he will not attend AIPAC’s conference next week.
On Sunday, a gallon of gas in the Sunshine State cost an average of $2.41, up from $2.33 at the start of last week. Across the nation, the average gallon of gas cost $2.47 on Sunday.
At the end of last week, U.S. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, D-Fla., showcased $498,500 in grants to the NeighborWorks network serving her South Florida district. The funds “will support efforts to develop and preserve affordable housing, revitalize and sustain neighborhoods, and create jobs.”
This season will apply to those fishing from private recreational vessels in Gulf state and federal waters, and to charter vessels that do not have a federal reef fish permit and are limited to fishing in state waters only.
On Thursday, marking Clay County Day at the Florida State Capitol, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced he is sending $250,000 to the city of Green Cove Springs for electrical line infrastructure upgrades through the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund.