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Super Summer Celebratory Sendoff

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Summer break is winding down for many children in our area, but the Tallahassee Housing Authority gave local kids a big sendoff for their summer breaks.

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Pool Hall Turns Alcohol-Free

Updated: 07/29/2005 - A pool hall and bar in south Georgia is getting a makeover that involves not only new decorations, but a new atmosphere, an alcohol-free atmosphere, and for some that's a welcome change.

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Meeting of the Minds, Part 5

Updated: 07/29/2005 - What's on the drawing board for Tallahassee in terms of economic development and growth?

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Sprucing Up the Parks

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Ten counties in our area will be getting their share of more than $40 million in grant funding from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program . The money will help revitalize and spruce up parks and recreation.

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Fine Dining, Quitman Style

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Quitman may be rich in history and tradition, but the Camellia City is also embracing a few new things, including its first "fine dining" restaurant.

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Medicaid and Drug Payments

Updated: 07/29/2005 - The Agency for Health Care Administration added several medications to the list of preferred drugs, but there are still many people who are not getting the medicine they need.

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Pre-K Preps

Updated: 07/29/2005 - The Sunshine State's first ever free pre-kindergarten program is set to kick off next week as last minute preparations are put in place.

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Meeting of the Minds: Part 4

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Will the city of Tallahassee move forward as the fourth partner in the North Florida Power Project?

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Sands' End?

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Florida beaches may offer fun and sun, but just how clean is the water? A new report on beach water bacteria may leave a bad taste in your mouth.

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Georgia Tax-Free Holidays

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Floridians have been enjoying the tax-free savings for several days. Now starts Georgia's sales tax holiday.

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New Hospice House

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Groundbreaking for a new hospice house in Valdosta is now planned for the fall, thanks to a $750,000 donation.

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Huge Magnet Attracts Atteniton

Updated: 07/28/2005 - The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is celebrating an accomplishment that took 13 years to develop. A world record magnet is unveiled that is expected to yield scientific breakthroughs.

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Quincy Code Crackdown

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Some Quincy residents are upset. They say dilapidated homes and junk cars have become eyesores, and residents want the city to do something about it.

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Elementary School Squabble

Updated: 07/27/2005 - School is less than a week away for some students in south Georgia, but not everyone is excited about the first day.

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Thomasville Leaders Mean Business

Updated: 07/27/2005 - A new organization formed by business owners in Thomasville is pushing to make changes in the community.

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Coal Plant in the Future

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The City of Tallahassee Commission has voted to go forward with a partnership in a coal burning power plant that will be built somewhere in north Florida. The only thing that can stop it would be a vote from the people.

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Poor Privatization of Prisons

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Florida taxpayers were supposed to save money when the state started allowing private companies to run some of its prisons, but a recent audit shows the private prisons cannot prove they are cutting costs, and the state was over charged almost $13 million.

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Drunk Driving

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Thomasville police officers took time out of their busy day this Wednesday morning to not only talk about, but show you what can happen if you get behind the wheel drunk.

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