Monday, September 25, 2017

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Those in the Caribbean Sea are under the gun from a hurricane yet again. This time, it’s Maria. Hurricane Maria is expected to impact the Leeward Islands overnight Monday, with ...
In this Feb. 9, 2016 file photo, a restaurant posts a sign indicating they are hiring, in Miami. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)

The effects of Hurricane Irma on the job market remain to be seen, but Florida did see unemployment drop in August, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity announced. Florida added ...

BY | Dara Kam The News Service of Florida THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE……… The deaths of eight seniors who were in a sweltering Broward County nursing home for days after Hurricane ...

BY | Jim Saunders The News Service of Florida THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE……… A key economist offered a sobering message Friday to state lawmakers: Forget having extra cash for next year’s ...

BY | Jim Turner The News Service of Florida THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, September 15, 2017………Florida has preliminarily outlined more than $273 million in Hurricane Irma costs for federal reimbursement, with ...

For those still without power who need a place to cool off, or for those who need food or water, the following locations are open. Ice is not available at ...

Updated: 2:52 p.m. Friday Collier Schools will now be closed until at least Sept. 25 as the district continues to clean up. District spokesperson Greg Turchetta said Friday in an ...
A car sits in a flooded parking lot outside the Germain Arena, which was used as an evacuation shelter for Hurricane Irma, which passed through yesterday, in Estero, Fla., Monday, Sept. 11, 2017.

The Southwest Florida Hurricane Relief Fund has already raised $500,000 to help the victims of Hurricane Irma. The fund, which is a joint effort between the Southwest Florida Community Foundation ...

Collier County officials are begging residents to conserve water usage as wastewater pumping stations are being stretched to their limits following Hurricane Irma. With much of Collier still without power, ...

Nearly six million Floridians fled ahead of Hurricane Irma last week. Now they’re trying to find their way home, and are facing significant challenges in doing so. Some roads in ...
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