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Floridians have begun making their travel plans for the holiday season. According to a AAA Travel survey released last week, almost half (48 percent) of residents book their holiday trips by the end of October. “Time is of the essence...
Volusia County Woman Accidentally Receives $3.4 Million from COVID Economic Revitalization Grant Amy Williams of Holly Hill claims she received a $3.4 million economic revitalization grant intended for restaurants recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. According to an article in US...
Earlier this year, state Rep. Allison Tant, D-Tallahassee, introduced a bill to new specialty license plates including the Florida State Parks Specialty License Plate. Having gotten that bill over the finish line, Tant is calling on Floridians to preorder the...
Nassau County Sheriff Office Deputy’s Organs Donated to Five People, Including Baby The Nassau County Sheriff's Office announced that fallen Deputy Joshua Moyers donated organs to five people, including a baby. According to the sheriff's office, the organs donated included a liver,...
On Monday, Florida TaxWatch (FTW) released “Beyond the Pandemic: Long-Term Changes and Challenges for Leisure and Hospitality in Florida,” the fifth installment in the taxpayer research institute’s “COVID-19 Legacy Series.” The report outlines the Leisure and Hospitality sector’s significant contributions...
As a result of the global pandemic, all passport agencies closed for a time to implement safety precautions for their staff. Lawson said his office has received an influx of calls and emails from constituents who are distressed that passport delays are disrupting their travel plans.
More than 47.7 million Americans will take at least one domestic trip this Independence Day (July 1–5). This represents an increase of nearly 40% from last year, yet just 2.5 percent fewer than the 2019 holiday weekend.