MetroNet Begins Construction on Fiber Optic Network in Tallahassee

MetroNet Begins Construction on Fiber Optic Network in Tallahassee

MetroNet recently announced that the company has started construction of its fiber network in Tallahassee. Initial construction began at the corner of W. Tharpe and Old Bainbridge Road. The announcement marks the start of a multi-year construction plan in the city of Tallahassee. Customers in the initial construction areas can expect service to start as […]

LCS Settles with EduLog Over Transportation System Dispute

LCS Settles with EduLog Over Transportation System Dispute

The Leon County School Board (LCSB), on the recommendation of Superintendent Rocky Hanna, voted to approve a mediated settlement agreement between LCS and and Education Logistics, Inc.(EDULOG). TR reported about the mediation back in January. EdulLog was the vendor involved with the failed attempt to upgrade the LCS transportation system last fall. The system was […]

Lawmakers Resolve Budget Issues, Including State Employee Pay Raises

Lawmakers Resolve Budget Issues, Including State Employee Pay Raises

By Ana Ceballos, The News Service of Florida As Florida lawmakers inch toward a budget deal, House and Senate leaders on Saturday announced they had reached agreement on a number of key issues, including pay raises for state workers, funding for Visit Florida and leaving intact the affordable-housing trust fund. Legislators, who also met throughout […]

Chiles Lacrosse Rallies to Defeat Lincoln in District Showdown

Chiles Lacrosse Rallies to Defeat Lincoln in District Showdown

By Andy Durham Tallahassee, FL — Chiles High Lacrosse pulled away from crosstown rival Lincoln High on Tuesday night for an 8-4 victory at Gene Cox Stadium. Rain came and went throughout the game, and referees ended up calling the game with five minutes left in the fourth quarter due to an extended lightning delay. […]