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2 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
The search for Tallahassee's next fire chief has reverted back to the recruitment of candidates after negotiations with one of three finalists failed.
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3 hrs ago | The Tallahassee O
We are trying to reach the attorney general for a comment on calls for a review of the Jameis Winston sexual battery investigation.
3 hrs ago | Canada.com
Last year's Adopt-a-School campaign exceeded all expectations and raised close to $800,000 in cash donations and matching funds and a substantial amount of goods and services for inner-city schools struggling against a rising tide of classroom poverty.
7 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
The holiday season is showing no signs of slowing down. Here's a guide to the holiday-themed events happening in the area this week: "The 12 Days of Christmas," an Original Christmas Ballet: Presented by the Hannah Bergstrom School of Dance, about a family in need and a Christmas fairy who helps.
Your search may be over for a fun night in downtown Tallahassee. The downtown sense of place catalyst team has kicked of its newest campaign with 'Capital City Date Night.'
Following a cal from a new tenant, a Tallahassee Animal Control officer found Diamond the pit bull dead in April.
The Tallahassee Police Department is searching for a boy who was last seen on Dec. 6. TPD's Special Victims Unit is looking for Kassiem McNeill, who was last seen in thea area of Holton Street, according to Officer David Northway, spokesman for TPD.
A fire tore through a central Tallahassee home Wednesday evening, causing $20,000 in damage.
Tallahassee's big blue landmark is leaving town. The landmark is the 70-foot tall, 20-ton, blue-painted sculpture, which has graced Doug Burnette Park on Gaines Street since 2008.
The Springtime Charitable Foundation, Inc. is a 501 3 whose purpose is to promote Tallahassee's history and culture through festival activities and to create major economic benefits for our Community.
The Tallahassee Ballet is proud to announce its 2013 production of the holiday classic, The Nutcrackerat Ruby Diamond Concert Hall Dec. 20 and 21. This year's production is a collaboration between TTB's new Artistic Director, Tyrone Brooks, Performance Director and Guest Resident Choreographer, Kathryn Karrh Cashin, and Artistic Associate, Lauren ... (more)
The Doubletree Hotel was the site of the Oct. 27 Belles and Gents Coronation Ball.
Long-time USTA Leagues participant Lois Carrington is giving back to the children of Tallahassee from what tennis has afforded her over the years -- a way to keep active, meet new friends, and above all become involved in the "Sport of a Lifetime."
Sometimes, after midnight, when trying to think of a cunning way to get readers' attention, I recall Dolly Parton's song, "9 to 5", and in my best country dialogue, murmur, "Humph, ain't nothin' '9 to 5' about this non-payin', time-consumin', hair pullin' job."
Tallahassee FL- Red light cameras in Tallahassee are capturing more car accidents.
Results of Florida teacher evaluations released last week gave most teachers good marks, and showed the system is still a work in progress.