Governor DeSantis Signs Controversial Anti-Riot Bill Into LawThe law, HB-1, is one of the strictest in the country when it comes to regulating riots.
Pasco Schools May Eliminate Mask Requirement For Students By The End Of AprilThe Pasco County School district announced it might not enforce mask-wearing by the end of April 2021.
Pasco, First FL County To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines Via WalgreensGovernor DeSantis held a press conference Wednesday addressing updates on COVID-19 vaccinations in Pasco County. Thousands of shots are now going into the arms of Floridians as distribution efforts enter the next phase across the state.
DeSantis Pushes Election Changes, Doesn't Brief Supervisor Of Elections In Hillsborough CountyGovernor Ron DeSantis says “Florida had the most transparent and efficient election than anyplace in the country in 2020,” yet he wants to make changes. The Supervisor of Elections in Hillsborough County says they haven't been made aware of any such plans.
Technical College System Of Georgia Awarded Additional $13 million In Dislocated Worker Relief FundingTechnical college system of Georgia awarded additional $13 million in dislocated worker relief funding.
La Regina Atlantica To Open First U.S. Processing Facility For Famous Tomato Sauce In Bacon CountyLa Regina Atlantica to open first U.S. processing facility for famous tomato sauce in bacon county.
Georgia DPH Recommends Flu Shots To Prevent A 'Twindemic'Governor Brian Kemp gave an update on the COVID-19 pandemic at a press conference on October 7, 2020. He was joined by Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey.
Georgia: Mayors Vs. Governor's Ban On Face Mask MandatesMany mayors across Georgia agree with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Thursday after the state's governor filed a lawsuit against her over the city's mask mandate.
Georgia Hits Another Bleak Coronavirus MilestoneGeorgia added nearly 3,000 new cases on July 1 – beating the old record by over 700 new cases.
Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'Beginning Friday, June 19 at 5:00 P.M., all businesses in St. Pete are required to have their employees wear masks/face coverings when in areas of the business open to the public.