• KRAZY KOMBUCHA, which brews its fermented teas in a shared kitchen and serves them at the downtown Saturday curb market, is planning to move into its own brick-and-mortar space at 1030 S. Florida Avenue next month.
  • VACCINES: More than 100 area law enforcement officers who are 50 or older have received Johnson & Johnson COVID 19 vaccines at a Polk County Sheriff’s Office clinic. Gov. Ron DeSantis visited on Friday.
  • IDEA PUBLIC SCHOOLS, which has applied to start a charter school in north Lakeland, touts a record of academic success, but a Polk School Board member is raising questions about reports of the company’s spending excesses. (Subscribers-only story)

Source: The Ledger

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