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1 hr ago | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Office Depot announced Tuesday that it has selected Boca Raton for its corporate headquarters following its merger last month with Illinois-based OfficeMax.
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
Is racial profiling justified?
3 hrs ago | The Tallahassee O
A top aide to Florida Gov. Rick Scott is admitting that he once misled people about having a college degree.
5 hrs ago | Free Republic
Advocates of Common Core State Standards love to point out how 45 states and the District of Columbia have voluntarily adopted this new national public school regimen.
Gov. Rick Scott's administration sparked an uproar when Secretary of State Ken Detzner ordered county elections supervisors to quit soliciting the return of absentee ballots at satellite sites instead of an elections office or branch.
Is Paul LePage the dumbest governor in the nation? Or in history? His comments on melting Arctic makes powerful case for both... Largest and most progressive media markets in the nation will no longer have commercial progressive talk over our public airwaves... Obams orders tripling of renewable energy; ME Gov. Paul LePage celebrates melting ... (more)
Prudential Network Realty's Linda Benson is the new branch manager at the Fleming Island office.
The Tampa Bay Times ' December 7th editorial focused on one of the most important subjects to all Floridians - jobs .
So here's the latest bull shit from Governor Rick Scott's crony group against Charlie Crist : Let's Get to Work, a PAC affiliated with Gov. Rick Scott, is going on the attack, hitting former Gov. Charlie Crist for his support of President Barack Obama's federal health-care law.
Florida governors and legislators have frequently come up with different ideas for putting state employees on a "merit pay" plan, but they've always run into the same problem.
The following is a press statement Gov. Rick Scott's office released early Monday in answer to the Miami Herald weekend story, "Many Promises, Few Jobs," which the newspaper promises is the first in a series of three stories.
Florida's next generation of standardized tests will move a step closer to adoption next week when the state gets a look at the players that want to create FCAT 's replacement.
At a time when Florida's judicial system was in the national spotlight - right in the middle of George Zimmerman's ultra-high-profile trial - a new law quietly took effect which substantially changed the state's standards for expert-witness testimony.
Adam Hollingsworth sometimes gave an aw-shucks self-deprecating line when he gave advice: "I'm just a guy with a p.r. degree from Alabama."
After the sun sets, the shuttered Georgia-Pacific Hawthorne Plywood Plant, formerly a 24-hour-a-day operation, is dark except for a few emergency lights.
A college president who had the courage and wisdom to tackle a scandal and restore credibility.
DARON.DEAN@STAUGUSTINE.COM Henry "Hank" Whetstone, left, has coffee with retired Col.