TPD to Community: We Have a Problem

TPD to Community: We Have a Problem

The Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) is having a problem gaining the cooperation of private business owners in policing crowds and obtaining statements from witnesses of crimes. On July 25 at 2:45 a.m. a homicide occurred in the parking lot of 1143 Orange Ave. During the course of TPD’s investigation hundreds of people gathered at the […]

Leon Teachers Union Responds to Schools Reopening Plans

After Leon County Schools (LCS) reopening letter had been shared through the LCS website and other media outlets, the Leon County Teachers Association (LCTA) sent out a letter of their own addressing a need for clear communication and collaborative decision making. It appears that the LCTA feels like the LCS is not properly negotiating the […]

County Provides Thousands of Free Face Coverings to Businesses

County Provides Thousands of Free Face Coverings to Businesses

Starting July 7th the Tallahassee-Leon county office of economic vitality will distribute over 100,000 face masks to businesses in the Tallahassee area in an effort to further mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The OEV is also working with local chambers to ensure all businesses are reached. “The public health science is clear—face coverings are one […]

Downtown Market to Reopen July 11th

Downtown Market to Reopen July 11th

The Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority recently announced the reopening of its Downtown Market on July 11. The event occurs each Saturday in Ponce de Leon Park from 9 A.M to 2 P.M. New safety guidelines will be put in place to follow Leon County’s mask ordinance for COVID-19. “Many of our vendors rely on our […]