How does this community show its love for Tallahassee and Leon County? Byron Dobson from the Tallahassee Democrat with an article: http://www.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013302100027
The characteristics that make up a great college destination often make a location ideal for business, retirement and tourism. So where does Tallahassee rank? Top 10!
Just last month, community leaders announced an ambitious marketing campaign to capitalize on the fact that Tallahassee was deemed a great place for retirees.
That campaign followed a study by a Coral Gables-based group that listed 20 cities most popular for retirees, based on a number of factors, including weather, access …
A weak job market, along with the high cost of higher education, have made it difficult for the average college graduate in America. Approximately 53% of college graduates under the age of 25 are either jobless or primarily working jobs that don’t require a college degree, according to an April study …
When I first visited Tallahassee from the
plains of West Texas nearly 14 years ago, I
wondered what was really here, hiding
behind all these trees. My first trip down
Monroe Street from my hotel just north of
Interstate 10 did nothing to tip me off to all
the wonderful memories to come. I just saw
Cheyenne Carnley smiled to herself as she stood arm-in-arm with Mayor John Marks Monday afternoon at City Hall.
Marks was delivering a speech about the new, family-oriented playscape, Discovery at Cascades Park. He spoke about the benefits of a large-scale playground where kids can interact with nature. He talked about the …
What do Cleveland bike advocates, Homeland Security officials, and the administrators of the Northern Ohio Regional Sewer District have in common?
They all agree on the promise of a project called Pop-Up Rockwell, in which five blocks of a downtown Cleveland boulevard were temporarily transformed by the addition of a protected two-way cycle track, benches surrounded by …
You can’t leave Tallahassee. It pulls you back.
I don’t know why, nor do I know who first made that observation. Maybe it’s the people here. Or maybe it’s the canopy roads. I’m sure there are canopy roads in other places, but I haven’t seen them.
Whatever the attraction, I’m joining a lot of other people who …
Peggy Sanford might need a little help keeping up with Tallahassee’s new media craze, but she’s definitely going to give it a shot.
Sanford, 67, a 20-year Tallahassee resident, took diligent notes and remained focused while Tallahassee’s new “Wiki” page was explained to her. The page will serve as a one-stop shop for answers to all …
The future is being built on Gaines Street.
Some peer down the road and see “a little Paris” of strollers and shoppers as development booms.
For others, the vision is less pleasing.
In January, Danny Shrine, owner of Full Press Apparel for 15 years on Gaines Street, opened his utility bill. He scanned a brochure the city stuffed …