March 22, 2012 RSS feed / Top News

State leaders: Pill mill efforts working

Efforts to crack down on Florida’s pill mills have already shown results, Gov. Rick Scott and other state officials said last week.  When Gov. More...

EcoSafaris offers a new kind of theme park

Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida is introducing an entirely new category of theme park to Orlando visitors, the Eco- Park. More...

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Business News

Tablets in the workplace

It might be difficult to picture iconic TV anchorman David Brinkley without his paper script. But today’s tech-savvy news studios are jumping on the technology bandwagon, replacing paper with iPads. More...

It’s Your Business … It ain’t all business

If you don’t do it, who else will?  More...

Make sure managers are helping you buy, not making a sale

MONEY & INVESTING

Investors should know if they are buying or being sold investment services.  Are you, the investment client, doing the buying? Or are they, the money managers or advisers, doing the selling?  More...

SWFL’s new psych hospital fills a gap

It was painful. Doctors fighting doctors. Egos shooting down egos. Mouths hijacking momentum. But there was good intent. That’s the way Greg Gardner remembers it. More...

Medical mission heeds Jamaica’s cry for help

The Peace River-Harbor Heights Rotary Club International is answering a call for help this month from Jamaica by sponsoring a medical mission composed of area health care professionals.  More...

COMMUNITY NEWS

Huge garage sale benefits cancer research   Starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 31, Gregg’s Automotive Relay For Life team will sponsor a garage sale to benefit cancer research. More...

Governor holds off on drug testing bill

A day after Gov. Rick Scott signed a controversial law that would allow state-worker drug testing, his administration said it will hold off on starting the tests until a legal battle is resolved.  More...

Real Estate News

House Hunting:

711 Boundary Blvd., Rotonda West

This pool home in the deed restricted newer golf community of Broadmoor recently has been reduced by $40,000.  More...

Arts & Entertainment News

Wonders of the air

32nd Florida International Air Show to grace Charlotte skies

FROM WAR BIRDS OF A BYGONE era to the latest American air power, the Florida International Air Show will offer aviation enthusiasts an armada of excitement. More...

Edison’s Lee campus offers a chance to speak with Holocaust survivors

Time is becoming more precious to Holocaust survivors as they grow older with less time to share their stories.  More...

‘Pure’

BEACH READING

by Julianna Baggott (Grand Central Publishing, $25.99)   More...