New 5G Technology Threatens Canopy Roads

New 5G Technology Threatens Canopy Roads

TALLAHASSEE – The Leon County Board of Commissioners is holding its only public hearing Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. on a proposed local ordinance addressing legislation recently signed into law by the governor which potentially threatens Leon County’s iconic canopy roads. According to Assistant Leon County Attorney Jessica Icerman, the Advanced Wireless Infrastructure Deployment Act (“AWIDA”) is […]

Hanna: School Choice Caused Resegregation

Hanna: School Choice Caused Resegregation

During the October 10th Leon County School Board (LCSB) meeting, Superintendent Rocky Hanna blamed school choice in Florida for Leon County’s recent ranking as one of the five most highly-segregated school districts in the state. Hanna faced questioning from LCSB chair Georgia “Joy” Bowen on the resegregation of Leon County schools identified in a Sept. […]

PlayBig Opens Marianna Facility

PlayBig Opens Marianna Facility

PlayBig Therapy Center opened its second facility Oct. 9 in Marianna to expand its ability to treat Panhandle children with autism, ADHD and other neurological conditions. Kelley Hutto, a licensed Physical Therapist and co-owner/founder of PlayBig said PlayBig Therapy Center in Tallahassee was drawing clients from Chipley, Bonifay and Marianna. Her husband, Mike, a co-founder […]

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 […]