Florida Business News
Search-and-rescue teams in Florida doubled back to examine tens of thousands of homes and businesses after an initial sweep through areas ravaged by Hurricane Ian, as the death toll from one of America’s fiercest storms on record topped 100.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and the State Emergency Response Team have activated the business damage assessment survey in response to Hurricane Ian.
Many Floridians will need to rebuild homes and businesses. That means people will need to be on alert for scammers and contractors who aren’t qualified to fix their homes.
A federal judge has rejected — at least for now — a lawsuit challenging a controversial new law that restricts instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation in public schools.
One of Sarasota's best-known restaurants has teamed up with an internationally renowned nonprofit founded by a celebrity chef to help feed those in need in Southwest Florida following Hurricane Ian's devastation.
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