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Florida Senate urged to reform attorney fee awards in property disputes

Supporters of a bill restructuring the way attorneys' fees are awarded in some property disputes are urging the Florida Senate to tackle the issue.

Hodges University offers workshops on protecting personal information

Hodges University's Identity Fraud Institute will offer two workshops to better prepare financial and health care professionals for protecting the personal information of their clients.

Hodges University to hold informational sessions for physical therapist assistant program

Individuals interested in becoming a physical therapist assistant (PTA) can attend an upcoming informational sessions on the PTA program at Hodges University.

Six Florida counties warned by Judicial Watch over voter registration rolls

Six counties in Florida have been issued with notices of intent to sue over their voter registration rolls.

Riverchase Dermatology to offer free cancer screenings in May

Riverchase Dermatology is providing free screenings this month as part of Melanoma Awareness Month.

Local businesses supporting St. Pete Run Fest

Athletic stakeholders in St. Petersburg are partnering in preparation for the St. Pete Run Fest, slated this year for Nov. 18-19.

Leadership Tampa Alumni establishes new scholarship

Leadership Tampa Alumni recently established a new scholarship in honor of former President Thom Stork.

CPA firm HBK hires nine interns in Florida

HBK CPAs & Consultants (HBK) has hired nine interns in Florida.

Immokalee students tour Fort Myers chocolate factory

It’s not every day that a master chocolatier shares his secrets, but Immokalee Foundation students recently found themselves surrounded by artisanal desserts as Norman Love guided them through his operation facilities in Fort Myers.

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