CCS Theatre Department Presents “Clue on Stage”

CCS Theatre Department Presents “Clue on Stage”

Before you RSVP to that dinner party, you may want to think twice. Is the address Boddy Manor? Are Professor Plum and Miss Scarlet invited? Do candlesticks, ropes, and knives scare you? The Community Christian School’s (CCS) Theatre Department will present “Clue on Stage, High School Edition!” on Thursday, February 28th and Friday, March 1st at […]

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 […]

Florida Commission on Ethics Finds Probable Cause with Complaint Against Dustin Daniels

Florida Commission on Ethics Finds Probable Cause with Complaint Against Dustin Daniels

Jennings DePriest has told Tallahassee Reports that the Florida Commission on Ethics has found probable cause with regards to a complaint he filed against Dustin Daniels. Daniels is the former Chief of Staff for Mayor Andrew Gillum and former Tallahassee mayoral candidate. The complaint was based on reporting by Tallahassee Reports that revealed Mayor Andrew […]

DeSantis Defeats Gillum to Keep GOP in Control

DeSantis Defeats Gillum to Keep GOP in Control

By Lloyd Dunkelberger, Dara Kam The News Service of Florida ORLANDO — In another razor-thin election, Florida voters on Tuesday continued a two-decade streak of Republican dominance by electing former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis as governor. With more than 8 million votes counted, the state Division of Elections showed DeSantis leading Democrat Andrew Gillum by […]

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