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It's possible a university president could have handled a controversy worse than FAU's Mary Jane Saunders did last week. Possible, but not likely.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The plan to relocate Pensacola’s downtown YMCA to one of the parcels at the Community Maritime Park is a wise one.
Pensacola News-Journal
Sending a man and woman to circle Mars would be the greatest tourist trip yet.
Daytona Beach News-Journal
The stranding of the Triumph in the Gulf of Mexico after an engine fire might have been written off as an aberration, if not for similar accidents.
Fort Myers News-Press
Mr. Doyle is the owner of the Ringling Shopping Center, the Tuesday night victim of the Alta Vista neighborhood Luddites who don’t like Walmart.
Sarasota Observer
Don Gaetz offered a surprising and intriguing response to a question about Sen. Bill Galvano's leadership potential in the chamber.
Bradenton Herald
Vision Airlines could have avoided this embarrassing run-in with the law by simply paying Okaloosa what it was owed early on.
North Fort Myers Neighbor
he Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce named presented their roster of PACE award winners Tuesday night.
Pensacola News-Journal
It's not like buildings don't come and go around here, especially on Dale Mabry, the world's longest strip mall.
Tampa Tribune
FAU recently accepted a $6 million donation from GEO Group a private prison firm in exchange for naming rights to the university's football stadium.
Gainesville Sun
We don’t care what charities the GEO Group donates to. We don’t want them to come anywhere near our definitely prestigious institution.
FAU University Press
At a time when American business needs to become more innovative and productive, the issue of working remotely is grabbing more attention.
Miami Herald
The Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce announced this week that it has created the energy study group to look at utilities in communities like ours.
Gainesville Sun
Arvana Inc. served Journey Church, The Grove Downtown Martini Bar and Karma Boutique with writs of possession, giving tenants little notice.
Citrus County Chronicle
Florida has been turning over more and more state functions to private entities, arguing they can deliver the services and save the taxpayers' money.
Baker County Press
If private companies want to do the state’s business, they must do it in the same open manner as state government.
Tallahassee Democrat
What does it take to create a huge tax loophole for a multinational corporation?
Key West Citizen

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