Killearn Moves Away from Entrance Land Sale, Opposes Northeast Gateway

Killearn Moves Away from Entrance Land Sale, Opposes Northeast Gateway

During a two-hour meeting, approximately 50 Killearn Estates residents voiced concerns over the proposed Northeast Gateway and the controversy over possibly selling land at the Thomasville Road entrance to the neighborhood. The meeting was held at the Killearn Homeowners Association (KHA) headquarters located on Killarney Way. The least controversial of the two issues was KHA’s […]

FSU Receives $8 Million to Revive Apalachicola Bay

FSU Receives $8 Million to Revive Apalachicola Bay

By Kathleen Haughney, FSU News Florida State University has been awarded nearly $8 million from Triumph Gulf Coast as part of a major 10-year initiative to restore Apalachicola Bay and revive the region’s imperiled oyster industry. The project — the Apalachicola Bay Systems Initiative — will be funded by a grant from Triumph Gulf Coast, […]

FAMU President Appoints New Auditor and General Counsel

FAMU President Appoints New Auditor and General Counsel

By Veronique George, FAMU Forward Florida A&M University (FAMU) President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., announced two accomplished executives will be joining his senior leadership team. Joseph K. Maleszewski has accepted a position as the University’s vice president for Audit. His appointment is effective March 29, 2019. Maleszewski most recently served as the city auditor for the City […]

Six Questions with Daniel Parker on the Appeal of Socialism in the U.S.

Six Questions with Daniel Parker on the Appeal of Socialism in the U.S.

Why is socialism controversial in the United States? Some media and elected officials are yelling the term “socialism” over and over until it becomes something people are afraid of discussing rationally. This is exactly the orchestrated goal. It may be because of the upcoming presidential elections and the few incremental gains that working-class Americans have […]

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