Census Fight Could Affect Florida Political Numbers

Census Fight Could Affect Florida Political Numbers

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — With the U.S. Supreme Court moving quickly to hear the case, a legal battle about a proposed citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. census could have political ramifications for Florida. The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to take up the U.S. Department of Commerce’s appeal […]

Why Choose Tallahassee Classical School?

Why Choose Tallahassee Classical School?

By Priscilla West This August, approximately 450 students will begin studies at Tallahassee Classical School, Leon County’s newest tuition-free public charter school. With the first admissions lottery, my husband and I find ourselves in the fortunate position to choose whether our children will be among them. Charter schools justify their existence by offering alternative teaching […]

City Delays Vote on $60 Million Safety Complex

City Delays Vote on $60 Million Safety Complex

In the first meeting in city hall since four new members joined the Tallahassee City Commission, three of those officials voted to delay a move forward with a $60 million Public Safety Complex. Despite some community concerns, the Public Safety Complex was on the fast track due to the votes of a city commission that […]

Tallahassee Economic Index Shows Slowing Local Economy

Tallahassee Economic Index Shows Slowing Local Economy

Tallahassee, FL – The Tallahassee Economic Index (TEI) released numbers ending November 2018. Following a 1.06 point slide in October, the Index fell .75 points from 36.96 to 36.21 in November. “The Index fell for the third month in a row in November. The local economy just can’t seem to get any meaningful traction. Business […]

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