Cuban-born residents living in Central Florida will now find it easier to travel to Cuba. Orlando International Airport has just been granted permission to provide air service between the U.S. and the island nation.
Floridians’ confidence rose to 69 in December, up three points from last month, reflecting a cautious optimism in the economy, according to a recent University of Florida (UF) survey.
Floridians remain gloomy over current conditions as the consumer confidence index remained at 65 in November, unchanged from last month and just six points higher than a record low of 59 set in June 2008, the University of Florida said Tuesday.
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the third busiest airport in the nation behind only Los Angeles and Chicago this 12-day Thanksgiving holiday travel period according to Orbitz Travel.
Dammit Man! The Wildcats handled business by thrashing the Savannah State Tigers 59-3 in front of a so-so 4,964 attendance at Municipal Stadium Saturday.
The search for a new Superintendent of Orange County Public Schools moved ahead on Tuesday with the appointment of a 28-member Superintendent’s Search Advisory Committee.
The $400,000 paycheck B-CU received for the “money-game” against the ‘U’ won’t become evident to Head Coach Brian Jenkins and his Wildcats likely until the conclusion of this football season.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-California) said Monday that she found some of President Barack Obama’s choice of words as he spoke to the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) on Saturday night, “curious.” She said on the CBS “Early Show”, she was unsure who the president was talking to when he told the gathering at the CBC awards banquet to “stop complaining, stop grumbling, stop crying.”
House Republicans leaders outlined in a memorandum Friday, their response to President Obama’s jobs plan. The GOP lawmakers said, they would not agree to tax increase, and it would be “hard to find common ground” to support transfers to state and local government and to fund school construction.