January 28, 2015

Valentine's dining

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Photo from
Cress Restaurant
in Deland

A tale of 'two Latin Americas'


Trade between Florida and Latin America has been changing.

[Photo of Certified Slings & Supply by Norma Lopez Molina]

A feast of choices
in Lakeland


Jarrid Masse and
Robyn Wilson make
beignets at the
Poor Porker.

[Photo: Kerry Percy]

Florida Icon: Howard Schnellenberger


Life lessons from the famous football coach.

[Photo: Jeffrey Salter]

Clearing the waters at the Indian River Lagoon


The CEO of Scotts Miracle-Gro offers to pay for a two-year study.

Fruitless: Chasing the yellow dragon


A column by

Mark Howard

The Floridian
of the Year is ...


. . . the city of Miami.

[Photo: Nick Garcia / Blind Light Studio]

Florida Business News

Services sector activity growth accelerates

U.S. services sector growth rebounded in January but companies reported the weakest level of new business growth in years.

Florida leaders give update on state's insurance industry

Business leaders are getting an update on the state of Florida's homeowners' insurance industry.

Florida workers' comp under the microscope

Health care systems in Florida lagged their counterparts nationwide on the dollars spent in 2014 related to workers' compensation claims.

Florida won't say which sports team should get taxpayer money

Florida appears ready to approve multimillion-dollar deals to help several of the state's high profile professional sports teams.

Gov. Scott to pledge millions for Everglades restoration

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is promising to dedicate tens of millions to helping the Everglades.

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