October 21, 2014

Tuesday's Daily Pulse

What you need to know about Florida today

| 10/21/2014

› Frontier to discontinue service between St. Augustine and Washington
Frontier Airlines’ service between St. Augustine and Washington Dulles is stopping soon, but whether it’s a temporary shutdown or a permanent one remains to be determined.

› Amateur home brewers turn beer into art
A growing trend of Florida home brewers do it both for hobby and entrepreneurial dreams. For Fort Lauderdale firefighter Aaron Caja, it all started with a one-gallon Mr. Beer kit. The problem was it tasted terrible.

› Regulators approve sale of Palm Beach County’s largest bank
Boca Raton-based 1st United is the largest bank based in Palm Beach County, with assets of $1.7 billion, and the only Palm Beach bank among the Top 25 in South Florida.

› Panthers’ record-low attendance clouds hockey’s future in South Florida
For the first time, the Florida Panthers have stopped distributing free and discounted tickets to games, a strategy that boosted attendance significantly in past years but also, according to the owners, devalued the product and angered season-ticket holders.

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