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America has a long history of affection for mutts. Two of cinema’s most famous dogs – Spike from “Old Yeller” and Higgins from “Benji” - were mutts adopted from shelters. more
In addition to purchasing school supplies, uniforms, etc., with COVID-19, families, students and teachers will face many new challenges as they return to school this year. more
Disaster-preparedness suggestions and tips for putting together a go bag are available from FEMA at ready.gov and from Jehovah’s Witnesses at.... more
Communities Connected for Kids welcomes Cayuga and Education Advantage to its child-welfare system this summer. The non-profit organizations are the latest to start recruiting... more
Latest research shows that two-thirds of people plan to travel this year and 50% of them will use public Wi-Fi... more
On July 1, Best Friends Animal Society, a leading animal welfare organization, released its sixth annual pet lifesaving dataset, which gives a national overview... more
Floridians and visitors to the Sunshine State bake during the summer. Daytime temperatures often soar well into the 90s, and the heat index hovers over 100. more
Have you ever been in the park or on a trail somewhere in Florida and seen a tree that just looks so unusual you’re sure it must be one of a kind? more
Whether you’re taking a road trip or just traveling closer to home, SafeAuto is encouraging drivers to play it safe this Fourth of July... more
Breaking a century-old tradition in the name of health and safety, the largest convention organization in the world has moved its annual in-person event to a virtual format... more
Spring is in full swing, and temperatures in many parts of the country are already alarmingly high. While some states may still be enjoying spring... more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will start a new study in south Florida during the 2021 algal bloom season to assess the health effects of exposure to … more
The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA) announced a new easy-to-use website for employers and job seekers to post and find jobs more
LABELLE - It has been 70 Years since President Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14 as National Flag Day. more
As World War II raged in Europe and Asia, hundreds of local volunteers joined the nation's Aircraft Warning Service (AWS), the civilian auxiliary of the U.S. Army's … more
FLORIDA- The Jan La Belle Scholarship Program was established in 2009 to provide a financial resource to Florida residents with disabilities who desire to pursue their personal and career goals … more
Their young faces are hopeful, and their voices – often quiet and sometimes barely more than a whisper – speak a tale that is both universal and yet uniquely their own. more
Earlier in the month, foster care professionals throughout Florida asked residents to commit to any 1K of activity by signing up for a statewide initiative called 1KFor1Kid. more
As the summer season approaches, fire and disaster remediation specialists from SERVPRO in the Okeechobee area know that the number of grill fires... more
Due to the recent increase in precipitation, the Florida Forest Service is now allowing limited burn authorizations for certified burners in Okeechobee... more
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