His 35-year career in Polk County included 28 years at The Ledger and writing a fishing column for the newspaper.
Panelists discuss progress made since Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 and ways to continue eliminating obstacles to prosperity and security.
Glover will oversee our news operation. Founder Barry Friedman will remain actively involved as editor-at-large.
Grants will help to fund tutoring, healthcare, opera, job training, and independent journalism.
Next month, for the first time in nearly 13 years, Phillip Walker will not be an official public servant.
Polk County voters will decide on Nov. 8 whether to extend the ad valorem tax that has allowed the county to buy environmentally sensitive lands, such as Circle B Bar Reserve.
LPD’s K-9 team took top Patrol Dog Team honors in the four-person department team category at a national competition.
City parks crew members captured 73 swans on Lake Morton and prepared them for their annual physical checkups.
The city of Lakeland held its 42nd annual swan roundup Tuesday morning starting at dawn. City workers gathered the swans, descended from Queen Elizabeth II’s birds, to give them their annual health checkup.
Lakeland Police say they are looking for the suspect or suspects who shot to death a 17-year-old male Saturday night.