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  • Jason Derfuss gives God the glory
    Shooting at FSU shows a miracle among misfortune
    On Thursday, November 20, 2014, Myron May, a 31-year-old lawyer and FSU alumnus, opened fire on the campus at 12:30 a.m., wounding three people in the Strozier Library. May graduated from Florida State University in 2005, was licensed to practice...
  • David Lareau
    Interview: Indie musician David Lareau on selling chicken to vegetarians
    Indie band David Lareau and The Copperpots has been making a splash throughout the Southeast with non-stop touring of Florida, Georgia, Alabama and the Carolinas. From big festivals to solo acoustic shows, the Americana band has been steadily...
  • Legislative Town Hall
    Local HOA lobby organizations sponsor legislative town hall meetings
    In South Florida, we are fortunate to live in an area where two of the largest community association lobbying organizations are headquartered. In June, both the Community Association Leadership Lobby (CALL) and the Community Advocacy Network (CAN)...
  •  Alexandria Lainez
    Florida Carry sues Broward County and Tallahassee
    Today, May 2, 2014, gun rights advocacy group, Florida Carry filed two lawsuitsfor blatant violations of Florida's law that preempts local gun control. Joined by the Second Amendment Foundation, the first case filed is against the City of...
  • Rick Scott at the podium
    Florida lawmakers vote to protect homeowners from unnecessary legal fees
    On Tuesday, April 29, theFlorida State Senatevoted 36-3 to pass a bill aimed at preventing homeowners from incurring legal fees for community association paperwork. The bill, which preserves competition in management services for Florida...
  • Parking Lot
    Can your condo association deny your visitors parking?
    Probably not, while condo associations may be contending with complex management issues MSN Real Estate reports that condo associations are becoming increasingly aggressive in dealing with them. Operating within the law may be a vicarious...
  • Tallahassee, Florida: Gardens, Nature, History
    Tallahassee, Florida: Gardens, Nature, History
    Florida’s capital city of Tallahassee is about a 5.5-hour drive from Birmingham and well worth every minute. There’s good food, great shopping, theater and arts, and so much more – too much, in fact, to cover in only one article....
  • Banking on Credit Unions
    The Battle for Tallahassee: Credit Unions vs. Banks
    When considering where to store your money in Seminole Country, you'll have two options: big banks such as Bank of America or local Tallahassee credit unions, such as First Florida Commerce or the Florida State Credit Union. In many ways, the...
  • Breeder's Cup
    Horse racing superstars, and average citizens, are ready for gambling hearings
    It would take a pretty big reason to make a famous football coach to fly home for a day or so while his team is training to compete in the Super Bowl.In the world of Thoroughbred racing, the equivalent of the Super Bowl is known as the &ldquo...
  • Horse racing is big business
    Florida's independent horsemen remind lawmakers to consider their interests
    With the Florida Senate Gaming Committee set to hold itsfirst interim meetingthis Monday (September 23) before commencing aseries of public workshopsnext month (the first is October 23 in Coconut Creek), the professional horsemen of Florida&rsquo...
  • Did Governor Scott reject or reserve on Amazon deal?
    Press release: Did Florida Gov. Rick Scott reject or reserve on Amazon deal
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who has made job creation his top priority since coming into office, has rejected a proposed deal to bring major Internet retailer Amazon to the state.It is reported Florida Governor Rick...
  • Stone #420
    Tallahassee RollerGirls MVP of the Month: Stone
    Our MVP of the Month is Stone (#420), who has been with TRG since 2009! You can usually see her hopping, skipping, and jumping her way through the pack when she jams, as well as engaging in some awesome jammer on jammer action. When she blocks,...
  • Florida strenghtens animal cruelty laws with more fines and punishments
    Florida strengthens animal cruelty laws with more penalties and fines
    Florida is becoming a safer place for animals as the Florida Senate in Tallahassee unanimously passed legislation on Friday making animal fighting and baiting a racketeering offense added to the state's organized crime statute.The Florida...
  • National Crime Victims' Rights Awareness Week
    National Crime Victims' Rights Awareness Week
    Tallahassee honored victims, advocates and families this week as a part of National Crime Victims’ Rights Awareness Week. The week began with a book signing by Dr. Gwen Williams at Eternal Grounds Coffee Shop on Saturday, 4/20/13. Dr. Gwen...
  • Zingales to host Capital City 9-ball classic on May 4-5
    Zingales to host Capital City 9-ball classic on May 4-5
    Zingales Billiards and Sports Bar, located at 1861 W. Tennessee St. in Tallahassee, FL, is hosting the Capital City 9-ball classic from May 4-5. This event, which will also feature a mini-tournament and second chance tournament, will add $3000 to...