GOP Chairman Jim Greer will be stepping down in wake of criticism regarding how he handled the party's finances, State Lawmakers meet March 2nd to begin their 60 legislative session, and critics of Florida's class size amendment want to stop that amendment in its tracks.
Today Florida public school students in grades 4, 8, and 12 will be taking the writing portion of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, The Florida Public Service Commission may be facing tougher rules regarding relationships with the utilities in which they regulate, Florida Republicans react to Florida GOP Executive Director padding his salary with a secret fundraising contract, and protection for homeowners facing forclosure.
Florida Republicans react to Florida GOP Executive Director padding his salary with a secret fundraising contract, and protection for homeowners facing forclosure. A Lincoln rally in Pasco County. On My Last Tour, snow in Afghanistan.
ArtCenter Manatee is proud to be one of six venues nationally selected to present the 142nd Annual Traveling Exhibition in the Kellogg Gallery in Bradenton, FL January 15 - February 28 2010. Bradenton is the only stop in the Southeast and offers visitors and locals alike the opportunity to celebrate some of the best watercolor paintings in the world.
Local watercolorist Anne Abgott will share the "inside scoop" on the American Watercolor Society selection process. Anne maintains studios in Cortez, Florida and Linville, North Carolina. She is the author of the best selling book “Daring Color,” published by North Light Books and she is featured in the February 2010 issue of Watercolor Artist.
The James A Haley Veterans' Hospital is hosting the third annual Welcome Home America’s Heroes Celebration for Florida's active-duty military members and veterans who have returned from military service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fort De Soto County Park Birdwatching Walk
Sponsored by Clearwater Audubon Society http://clearwateraudubon.org/index.php
Meet at the Fort De Soto ranger station at the entrance to the park.
Contact: Lynn Sumerson, 727-596-8822