Jordan Beats the Odds

Jordan Beats the Odds

TALLAHASSEE — As Madeline (Maddie) Jordan headed toward the last line of brightly-colored jumps, a hush settled over the large crowd of spectators gathered for the United States Equestrian Federation Pony Finals in Lexington, Kentucky. It was so silent, it made the 13-year-old Tallahassee native nervous. She worried if her pony so much as brushed […]

Grand Jury Clears Gillum of Criminal Conduct, Questions City of Tallahassee

Grand Jury Clears Gillum of Criminal Conduct, Questions City of Tallahassee

TALLAHASSEE — A Leon County Grand Jury determined Monday the “conduct of (Tallahassee) Mayor Andrew Gillum was lawful” under Florida Statutes in a case concerning the mayor’s use of City of Tallahassee software to send campaign-related emails and correspondence, despite the fact the grand jury also determined the software was used for personal or political purposes. The […]

Hanna Not Happy with HB 7069

Hanna Not Happy with HB 7069

TALLAHASSEE — While not prepared to join other Florida school districts in a lawsuit against recently passed HB 7069, Leon County School Superintendent Rocky Hanna is clearly frustrated with the new legislation. “The state is trying to destroy public education which is a cornerstone of our great nation. Without a productive education system, I fear […]

Pam Marsh Responds to Questions About City of Tallahassee Contract

Pam Marsh Responds to Questions About City of Tallahassee Contract

TALLAHASSEE — Ausley McMullen’s newest attorney Pamela Marsh said unequivocally there is no problem with her contracting with the City of Tallahassee to “consult and advise” on the recent FBI investigation even though Marsh was the former supervisor of the attorney overseeing that federal investigation. The contract between Ausley McMullen and the City of Tallahassee […]