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Florida Blue Florida Classic Kicks Off with $3.5 million in Health Equity Grants

Florida Blue Foundation awards grants to support nine nonprofit organizations across Florida in enhancement of health equity through their practices, polices and services.

Florida Manatees, Bear Warriors United Sue State for Manatee Starvation

Florida manatees and Bear Warriors United sued the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for violating the Endangered Species Act.

$10M Stunning Beach House on Gulf of Mexico Set for Auction

A stunning, sun-drenched private residence overlooking the picturesque beaches of Lido Key in Sarasota, Florida is going to auction.

Florida Veterans Continue Service as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists

For many veterans continuing their specialized skill, becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists was a natural progression of front-line service.

Providence Homes Wraps Up Seventh Homes for HOPE Project

Providence Homes recently completed its seventh Homes for HOPE project to help fight global poverty.

Brightline Successfully Completes Latest Round of Testing in Brevard County

Brightline has successfully completed the latest round of train testing through northern Brevard County.

Florida Community Loan Fund Receives Millions with New Markets Tax Credit Award

The award will directly impact Florida low-income communities with healthcare, youth services, and jobs.

Florida Blue Selects Exclusive Home Delivery Provider

Starting Jan. 1st, Florida Blue members will have access to low prices on prescription medications and convenient, no-extra-cost home delivery.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Secures 20-Unit Agreement in Florida

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii announced the signing of a 20-unit development agreement in Florida.

Nearly Half A Million Insurance Claims Filed Following Hurricane Ian

Last week, NICB has identified nearly half a million claims (471,581) related to Hurricane Ian with a majority of the claims (431,702) reported in Florida.

Merritt Properties Expands in Jacksonville, Acquires 16 Acres for Flex/Light Industrial Business Park

Merritt Properties acquired 16 acres of land in Jacksonville for development of a 158,400-square-foot flex/light industrial business park.

Warren Henry Auto Group Opens Vespa Key West

Warren Henry Auto Group announced the addition of Vespa and Piaggio scooters to its dealership in Key West, Keys Auto Center. 

Sea & Shoreline Helps Complete Sebastian Inlet Shoreline Stabilization Project

Sea & Shoreline, based in Winter Garden, worked on the Sebastian Inlet North and South Shoreline Stabilization Project.

Expanding Network of Car Culture Clubhouses in South Florida

With locations in Miami and Delray Beach, the premium car clubhouse and storage facilities offer gathering spot for car lovers.

15-Year-Old Powerhouse, Madeline Burns, Releases Latest Pop Single

Florida native and singer/songwriter Madeline Burns released her latest single, "Thin Ice."

Duke Energy Florida Files to Refund Customers Annually

Duke Energy Florida is proposing to pass on $56 million dollars of corporate tax savings annually to customers.

FAMU’s Law Day Inspires Students to Pursue Careers in Law

Law Day at Florida A&M University (FAMU) is special to students and inspires them to pursue careers in law.

Florida’s 3Q Housing Market: Inventory Up, Median Prices Rise

Florida's housing market reported increased inventory (active listings) and higher median prices in 3Q 2022 according to Florida Realtors' housing data.

Christie’s International Real Estate Lands In Miami With New Ownership

Backed by new ownership and offering a comprehensive technology solution and an enhanced connection, Christie's International Real Estate returned to Miami.

Expansive Offers Displaced Professionals Workspace in Florida’s Hurricane Zones

Expansive, a flexible workspace company, is offering free rent to professionals whose offices suffered damage from Hurricane Ian in four Florida cities.

Merritt Properties Signs First Florida Lease

Merritt Properties signed its first lease at Imeson Landing Business Park located in Jacksonville, Florida.

Island Fin Poké Co. Collects Food Donations for Hurricane Ian Relief

Since the beginning of October, Island Fin Poké Co. has been collecting canned foods and non-perishables to donate to Florida food pantries.

USDA Announces Approval of D-SNAP for Florida Disaster Areas

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that low-income Florida residents recovering from Hurricane Ian could be eligible for assistance from the USDA’s Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP). The Florida Department of Children and Families submitted a request to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) asking for approval...

Tervis and Casey DeSantis Launch New Tumbler for Hurricane Ian Relief

Tervis and Florida’s First Lady Casey DeSantis launched a new tumbler created to raise money for Floridians affected by Hurricane Ian.

McDonald’s Iconic Halloween Pails Will Return This Month

The rumors are true - McDonald’s Halloween Pails with the OG McBoo, McPunk’n and McGoblin characters are officially coming back. Here's when:

USPS Resumes Delivery Operations in Central and Southwest Florida

The U.S. Postal Service Florida 2 District resumed delivery and retail operations in much of Central and Southwest Florida.

American Medical Response Advises That You ‘Turn Around, Don’t Drown’

Hurricane Ian will bring heavy rain to the Orlando area this week, and American Medical Response is reminding drivers and others to avoid rising water.

Carbon Monoxide Warning Issued for Hurricane Ian

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns those in path of Hurricane Ian about the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning.

Americares Ready to Respond to Hurricane Ian

Americares relief workers are ready to deploy and respond to Hurricane Ian as the Category 4 storm pummels Florida’s west coast.

The Salvation Army of Florida’s EDS Response for Hurricane Ian’s Impact

The Salvation Army of Florida prepared resources and personnel to meet the immediate needs after Hurricane Ian’s catastrophic landfall.