Tallahassee Civil Rights Lawyer Ben Crump Supports City Commission Candidate Adner Marcelin

Tallahassee Civil Rights Lawyer Ben Crump Supports City Commission Candidate Adner Marcelin

Ben Crump, a civil rights lawyer who has represented the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and George Floyd, has donated the maximum contribution of $1,000 to the city commissioner campaign of Adner Marcelin. Just four years ago, Crump’s law firm made an in-kind contribution of $250.00 to Marcelin’s rival and current city commissioner, Dianne […]

Administrative Judge Upholds Suspension of Chiles High School Principal

Administrative Judge Upholds Suspension of  Chiles High School Principal

After a Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH) proceeding, Judge G.W. Chisenhall recommended that the Leon County School Board enter a final order suspending Joseph Burgess – Chiles High School principal – for two weeks without pay. The ruling came after Superintendent Rocky Hanna filed an Administrative Complaint on July 28, 2021. The complaint alleged that […]

Tallahassee TEAM Program Reaches 772 Individuals

Tallahassee TEAM Program Reaches 772 Individuals

The Tallahassee City Commission heard an update on the Tallahassee Emergency Assessment Mobile (TEAM) unit during the January 12 city retreat. The TEAM pilot program was launched in March 2021 to divert non-violent mental health crises away from law enforcement to a designated response team. The team is comprised of a licensed mental health professional, […]

Tallahassee Events Beginning January 17

Tallahassee Events Beginning January 17

Camp Challenger: Asteroid AcademyDate: Monday, January 17, 2022, from 8:45 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Where: 200 S. Duval St.Cost: $50.00What you’ll get: It’s a day dedicated to the exploration of our moon and the several asteroids throughout our solar system. K-5th grade appropriate activities may include flying a simulated space mission, building an edible asteroid, coding […]

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