Judge John Stargel asked the City Commission to keep an eye out for 3 to 5 acres that could accommodate a new courthouse complex.
The series begins with an expert on Florida author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and ends with renowned American historian Douglas Brinkley.
Lakes & Stormwater staff on an airboat helped to extract the partially submerged sedan from a thicket of aquatic plants.
Nathan Miller, a Tampa native now living in Georgia, won Best of Show and $5,000.
Nathalie Moreno, 2023 winner of Florida Southern’s highest award, helped blaze a trail for others as co-founder of the Hispanic/Latinx Coalition.
Brooke Lierman has won $20,000 in pitch competitions for OverTheShoulder, which will detect dangers to runners and alert their contacts
Daily conversations with her family in Ukraine and images of war prompted Florida Southern College student Maria Rezhylo to work with the Student Government Association to collect medical goods and monetary donations to be sent to her homeland, News Channel 8 reports. Medical supplies are being collected on campus through April 7 and monetary donations […]
The Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern college today announced a $6 million, 10,000-square-foot expansion that will triple the gallery space and add classrooms and art labs.
Florida Southern College plans to move its graduate nursing program into the former campus of St. Joseph Academy, a private K-8 school that the Catholic Church’s Diocese of Orlando shuttered after the 2019-2020 school year. Before buying the property, FSC needs city approval for a change in land use.
Florida Southern College, Polk State College and Southeastern University are not requiring students to be vaccinated for COVID-19, but the institutions are encouraging students to receive a vaccine. Florida Polytechnic University has not yet made a decision.