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There’s a silver lining to some of the hardship Florida citrus producers have faced over the past several years. Florida’s orange production is expected to surpass more than 40 million boxes in the 2021-2022 season.
Florida hasn’t seen a major hurricane make landfall in four years, yet a record number of property insurance companies have gone under and premiums for millions of homeowners are soaring.
Two years after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are signs of growing confidence in Central Florida’s commercial real estate market as businesses continue to bring employees back to the office and resume more normal operations.
While some funds around the country have paused or ceased collecting donations as they navigate legal hurdles that have arisen as a result of the Roe ruling, in Florida, abortion is still legal.
With indoor dining not available or extremely limited at brick-and-mortar restaurants during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, food trucks became hot commodities, soaring in popularity across the country — including Tampa.
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The campers from Girls Rock St. Pete rallied against storms and time to play at St. Pete Pride.
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