Alicia Devine, Tallahassee Democrat

Alicia Devine

Tallahassee Democrat

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Alicia:

Through wars and hurricanes, Sylvan Strickland delivered the news in the 1940s

Sylvan Strickland delivered the Florida State News and Democrat Daily to 80 customers in the 1940s. → Read More

Gender justice and women's rights march attracts hundreds to Florida Capitol

Roughly two hundred activists gathered at the Florida Capitol on Saturday to demand gender justice and keep the right to have an abortion. → Read More

Florida A&M University celebrates 134 years with wreath laying ceremony

FAMU was established on Oct. 3, 1887. A wreath laying ceremony was held to commemorate 134 years. → Read More

'End the Silence on Domestic Violence': Five agencies join forces to help

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Local law enforcement agencies have come together to help those in need. → Read More

'It's the boost that colleagues need': Leon students give thanks to local healthcare workers

Leon County students draw and write thank you notes for healthcare workers at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare and Capital Regional Medical Center. → Read More

'This job was her lifeline': For 40+ years, Linda Seyboth delivered the Tallahassee Democrat

Linda Seyboth delivered the Tallahassee Democrat throughout Tallahassee for more than 40 years. → Read More

'Project Daring' mural celebrating female trailblazers unveiled in Downtown

The Junior League of Tallahassee commissioned Tallahassee-based artists to create the mural. → Read More

Florida Department of Corrections officer trainee dies from accidental firearm discharge in Wakulla

A Florida Department of Corrections trainee died after an accidental discharge of a firearm. → Read More

'Don't let me die': Life and death inside Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare's COVID unit

Inside the COVID unit at TMH, a thin curtain separates life and death. The Democrat's Alicia Devine went behind the curtain. → Read More

Florida High's Faurot steps in and runs the field to the Seminoles' first victory

The Florida High Seminoles defeated the Thomas County Central Yellow Jackets 35-15 during the first game of the season. → Read More

Tallahassee's second Aldi is open for business

There are two Aldi locations. One is on Pensacola Street and the other is on Apalachee Parkway. → Read More

Anonymous donation provides scholarships for graduates from 32304 zip code to attend TCC

An anonymous donation was made to Tallahassee Community College to provide scholarships for high school graduates living in the 32304 zip code. → Read More

'We need you now more than ever': FSU's Thrasher presides over his final commencement

FSU President John Thrasher, who retires Aug. 15, not only presided over FSU’s summer 2021 commencements Friday at the Tucker Center, he was the keynote speaker. → Read More

Mammoth 12-foot sunflower draws admirers at Southwood home

Laurie Matheny grew a mammoth sunflower that stands an estimated 12 feet tall outside her Southwood home. → Read More

Hundreds enjoy the dazzling display at Tom Brown for 4th of July

Hundreds gathered at Tom Brown Park to watch a Fourth of July firework display that hadn't been seen in years. → Read More

70th Annual Monticello Watermelon Festival draws crowd of 3,500

From street dancing Friday evening to the parade Saturday morning , the Monticello Watermelon Festival draws a large crowd. → Read More

Juneteenth Empowerment Day is a sign of 'progress' to many at Cascades Park

Dozens of Black owned businesses set up tents at Cascades Park to showcase their products as others checked out what they had to offer. → Read More

Inaugural Southside Tour of Homes features 10 homes in four neighborhoods

Christic Henry hopes to make the event a quarterly showcase of homes and information as the real estate market is constantly evolving. → Read More

One year later, vigil honors late Tallahassee protester Oluwatoyin 'Toyin' Salau

Oluwatoyin 'Toyin' Salau, 19, a local activist who participated in multiple Black Lives Matter protests, was killed last year. → Read More

'Today's students are tomorrow's workforce': Tallahassee businesses adopt kindergarten classes

Businesses that adopt a classroom will assist teachers by volunteering to read, hosting school supply drives, provide virtual field trips and more. → Read More