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All-Stars a Three Run Homer for Miami

All-Stars a Three Run Homer for Miami

For the first time in the 88 years of the MLB All-Star game, the event was hosted in Miami, and the local economy cashed in.
Thursday, July 13, 2017/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (729)/Comments (0)/
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Jacksonville Pension Solution on the Right Path

Jacksonville Pension Solution on the Right Path

While TaxWatch believes Mayor Curry’s plan is a step in the right direction, there is still work left to be done.
Thursday, April 20, 2017/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (817)/Comments (0)/
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Orlando Scores Big

Orlando Scores Big

After hosting the Pro Bowl, and with March Madness on the horizon, Orlando is poised to score big.
Monday, March 06, 2017/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (943)/Comments (0)/
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St Pete Eyes a Renewable Future

St Pete Eyes a Renewable Future

St. Petersburg has committed to a cutting edge plan to become the first city in Florida to garner all its energy from renewable resources.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (1138)/Comments (0)/
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Homelessness in Florida: Is there a better way?

Homelessness in Florida: Is there a better way?

Across the state and nation, homelessness continues to be an issue for many communities. While the state of Florida has seen a drop in the number of homeless individuals over the past few years, cities and counties across the state still struggle to deal with the fiscal and social impacts of homelessness.
Monday, October 10, 2016/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (1302)/Comments (0)/
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Host Countries Fail to Medal after the Olympic Games End

Host Countries Fail to Medal after the Olympic Games End

Is there a long-term impact on the host country?

The summer Olympics has now come and gone, and it will certainly be a memorable one. People from around the world cheered on their fellow countrymen, and women, as they put their hearts on the line in pursuit of gold and glory. However, now that the Olympic Games have concluded what happens to Rio de Janeiro? Will the country experience a boost in tourism or economic activity? Or, like our recent obsession for all things gymnastics and swimming, will Rio be forgotten with time?

Friday, September 30, 2016/Author: Kyle Baltuch/Number of views (1213)/Comments (0)/
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