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Past articles by Cristi:

Finnegan’s Wake announces soft reopening dates

Midtown Tallahassee bar Finnegan’s Wake announced its soft opening dates after closing over a year ago due to the COVD-19 pandemic on Sunday. → Read More

VFD: All first responders injured in downed power line incident now home

All Valdosta first responders injured in the downed powerline incident on Madison Highway on June 12 have returned home, the Valdosta Fire Department announced in a video Sunday. → Read More

Florida leaders pay respects to Bobby Bowden

Following the passing of legendary Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden, leaders across the state of Florida are paying their respects. → Read More

Liberty County Sheriff’s Office welcomes new K-9 to team

K-9 Scout is a German shorthaired pointer from The Netherlands trained in drug detection and tracking. → Read More

Gaming compact between Florida, Seminole Tribe of Florida approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior

The historic gaming compact between the State of Florida and the Seminole Tribe of Florida was deemed approved by the U.S. Department of the Interior. → Read More

FAMU COVID-19 vaccine site relocates

Florida A&M University’s COVID-19 vaccination site has been relocated north on campus. → Read More

FAMU pays off $16 million in student fees, tuition for students

FAMU Vice President for Student Affairs William E. Hudson, Jr., Ph.D., said the money went toward paying off students’ outstanding tuition and fee balances during 2020-2021 school year. → Read More

Valdosta firefighter injured in downed power line incident released from hospital

A Valdosta Fire Department firefighter who was injured in a downed powerline incident on Madison Highway on June 12 has been released from South Georgia Medical Center. → Read More

FSUPD Police Chief Terri Brown retires after 30 years with department

Florida State University Police Department Chief Terri Brown has retired after 30 years of service to the department. → Read More

Thomas County Sheriff’s Office to get body armor donation for K9

K9 Flex with the Thomas County Sheriff’s Office will soon be getting new body armor to protect him while on the job, according to TCSO. → Read More

Tallahassee International Airport wins environmental award for newest solar panel farm

he Tallahassee International Airport was recognized with the 2021 FAC J. Bryan Cooper Environmental Award at this past week’s Florida Airports Council Conference for its most recent solar farm development. → Read More

TPD warning residents of utilities scam circulating in Tallahassee

The Tallahassee Police Department is warning residents of a telephone scam that is circulating in the city. → Read More

Rep. Al Lawson: ‘expect an 18-week wait time’ for passport services

Florida residents planning to travel out of the country should expect an 18-week wait for routine passport and passport renewals and 12 weeks for expediated passports. → Read More

LCSO asking public for help locating owners of found goats

The Leon County Sheriff’s Office has found the remaining runaway goats involved in a case that the Tallahassee Police Department responded to Saturday afternoon. → Read More

TPD rescues goat weaving in and out of traffic, 2 still missing

Two Tallahassee Police Department officers were in for a surprise Saturday afternoon when they responded to an unexpected call for help. → Read More

Capitol Police rescue kitten found injured near Florida Capitol

Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Capitol Police recently rescued a small, injured kitten near the Florida Capitol building, according to a Facebook post by the agency. → Read More

FSU announces 2021-2022 Opening Nights lineup

This year, 29 live performances will be coming to Tallahassee this fall. → Read More

City of Valdosta Public Works launches e-recycling drop-off site

The City of Valdosta Public Works Department has announced that it will launch a new e-recycling drop-off site Wednesday to keep “the city as clean and litter-free as possible." → Read More

Florida Forest Service deploying crews to battle western wildfires

The Florida Forest Service said Friday that it is deploying a 20-person Type 2 initial attack hand crew to help battle the salt fire that is currently burning at the Shasta Trinity National Forest in California. → Read More

CFO Jimmy Patronis warns against Surfside GoFundMe scams

Patronis is warning anyone looking to contribute to Surfside relief efforts to be cautious of imposter Surfside GoFundMe websites. → Read More