Hannah Morse, The Palm Beach Post

Hannah Morse

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Hannah:

Traveling in South Florida for Thanksgiving? Expect busy roads and airports

Millions of travelers are expected to take the skies and hit the roads in South Florida for this Thanksgiving holiday. → Read More

Delivery Dudes becomes ASAP: What's next for the homegrown delivery service

Delivery Dudes, the Delray Beach-based service, has now become ASAP, part of a national brand to deliver food, flowers, auto parts and luxury goods. → Read More

More than 400,000 Florida Power & Light customers see power go out due to Hurricane Nicole

More than 400,000 Florida Power & Light customers were impacted by Hurricane Nicole. As of noon Thursday, 63% of those customers' power was restored. → Read More

Tropical Storm Nicole power outage updates: Thousands of Florida Power & Light customers affected

Thousands of Florida Power & Light customers were impacted by Tropical Storm Nicole hours ahead of its anticipated landfall as a hurricane. → Read More

As gas tax holiday ends, did Florida drivers save?

The 25 cents that Florida drivers saved with a month-long gas tax holiday was mostly eaten up by the chaotic oil market. → Read More

Tolls resume on Alligator Alley and others nearly one month after Hurricane Ian suspension

The Florida Department of Transportation resumed toll collection on Alligator Alley, the Pinellas Bayway and the Sunshine Skyway on Oct. 25, one month after Hurricane Ian. → Read More

Mosquito Control to spray nearly 20% of Palm Beach County on Monday

Palm Beach County will spray an area nearly 260,000 acres big to curb mosquito populations. → Read More

OPEC+ oil production cut could reverse downward trend in Florida gasoline prices

Florida drivers' 25-cent gas tax break could be eaten up by a decision of oil-producing countries, OPEC+, to reduce output by 2 million barrels per day. → Read More

The property insurance market was melting down. Then Hurricane Ian flooded Southwest Florida

In Ian's aftermath industry analysts say more companies are expected to falter. Plus, the price of premiums and policies are likely to rise even more. → Read More

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford winter homes survive Hurricane Ian

The structures at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates museum survived the wrath of Hurricane Ian. → Read More

'Things can be replaced, but my life can’t': Fort Myers picks up after Ian's destruction

By the time 24 hours had passed since Ian made landfall, people in Fort Myers were cleaning up the mess Ian made to their homes and businesses, or wandered around in awe of what the storm had turned the city into. → Read More

Hurricane Ian: Expect 'challenges in the days ahead,' says Florida Power & Light CEO

Florida Power & Light CEO Eric Silagy said customers should expect "challenges in the days ahead" as Hurricane Ian approaches. → Read More

FPL says Hurricane Ian may cause 'widespread outages' even outside of cone

While the storm's impact will be more harshly felt on the Gulf Coast, the sheer size of the storm in addition to its feeder bands could affect impact access to electricity in South Florida and most of FPL's 5.6 million customers, even those outside the cone of uncertainty. → Read More

Pahokee native recounts Queen Elizabeth II's visit at Miami school

John Williams was the principal of Booker T. Washington Middle School when Queen Elizabeth II visited in 1991. → Read More

Tuesday is election day for the August 2022 primary

Voting begins at 7 a.m. for Florida's August primary election day. → Read More

One in seven voters in Florida cast a ballot ahead of Tuesday's primary

Just over 2 million voters have cast a ballot by mail or during early voting ahead of the August 2022 primary. → Read More

Three in Palm Beach County arrested on election fraud charges, face up to 5 years in prison

Three Palm Beach County men were arrested Thursday as part of an election fraud investigation by Florida's Office of Election Crimes and Security. → Read More

Two Republicans in primary seek to challenge state Sen. Berman in November

Steve Byers and William Wheelen are vying for Republican votes to be on the ballot in November to face state Sen. Lori Berman. → Read More

You can now schedule an appointment to vote: Palm Beach County tests new system

Palm Beach County will emphasize electronic voting machines and test out an appointment system during the August 2022 primary election. → Read More

Four Florida sales tax holidays start Friday. Which items can you save on?

Four tax holidays in Florida begin on Friday, offering savings on energy-efficient appliances, outdoor equipment and baby clothes and diapers. → Read More