May 25, 2017
Florida Business News

Gov. Rick Scott signs tax cut bill into law

Gov. Scott signed legislation to cut $180 million in taxes for Floridians, which includes a $61 million reduction aimed at businesses.

Florida cities among nation's fastest-growing

The U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday said Bonita Springs and Fort Myers respectively had the 8th and 15th fastest growth rates in the nation.

For many, Tampa’s 2021 Super Bowl is ‘big win.’ Others remain skeptical.

Members of Tampa’s political, business, media and activist communities are weighing in on the surprising news that Tampa will host the 2021 Super Bowl.

Punta Gorda Airport releases economic impact study finding

A new economic impact study values Punta Gorda Airport’s local economic impact at $208.3 million within Charlotte County.

Jacksonville gets $17.5 million from feds for river dredge

The federal government will contribute $17.5 million in this year’s Army Corps of Engineers budget for dredging Jacksonville’s ship channel.

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Firsthand Florida Fun: Tomoka State Park
Firsthand Florida Fun: Tomoka State Park

Take a trip back in time to Tomoka State Park, where the where the Timucuan Native American village known as Nocoroco once stood. 

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