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Tallahassee Community College unveils African American History Calendar honoring leaders

Cover of 2019 Cherry Hall Alexander African American History Calendar presented by Tallahassee Community College. (Photo: Special to the Democrat) Sixteen people were honored Monday night as Tallahassee Community College unveiled its Cherry Hall Alexander African American History Calendar. This is the 19th year for the calendar presentation, which is named after Cherry Alexander, retired […]

Florida Ethics Officials Find Probable Cause On Gillum Complaint

TALLAHASSEE, FL — The Florida Commission on Ethics has determined that probable cause exists that 2018 Democrat gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum violated state ethics laws. The commission voted Friday in a closed-door meeting to proceed with charges against Gillum. Gillum is accused of accepting gifts from lobbyists and vendors during his time as Tallahassee’s mayor. […]

Florida needs more housing but government often gets in the way | Opinion

Adam Millsap (Photo: Your Turn) Florida is the third most populous state in the country and has no problem attracting new residents: From 2010 to 2016, 114,744 new households moved to Florida each year. Unfortunately, only 57,952 housing units were added each year. This discrepancy — with demand outpacing supply — has pushed home prices […]

How To Find Out Of State Housing When You’re Moving

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