November 27, 2020
Florida Business News

Florida small businesses banking on families shopping local this holiday season

Small business owners in Florida are hoping people shop local this holiday season to make up for lost revenue due to the pandemic. According to a survey, 52 percent of shoppers plan to do their gift buying online, while 24 percent plan to shop at local businesses.

‘A high bar’: Florida praised for its elections in 2020

For the past two decades Florida has been heavily scrutinized for election night performances, most notably because of the 2000 presidential recount. This year, however, it was commended.

Prison population drops during pandemic

State analysts say the number of inmates in Florida prisons has dropped but is expected to snap back to more-normal levels in the coming years.

Hurricane season may not end on time. That’s not the only problem.

The real question is, will the western Caribbean Sea continue producing monster storms like Hurricanes Eta and Iota late into the year?

Florida sees lowest Thanksgiving gas prices in over a decade

Florida drivers are paying an average of $2.03 when they go to the pump. This is 7 cents less than what people were paying only a month ago, but is it something that will get them back on the road this Thanksgiving?

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Historic front drive restored at The Don CeSar; Time capsule buried
Historic front drive restored at The Don CeSar; Time capsule buried

A special commemoration ceremony is underway at The Don CeSar, unveiling the newly-restored historic front drive and burying a "time capsule."

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