By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer A few minutes before Anthony Miller’s interview with governor Ron DeSantis and his staff was over, the signs were pointing favorably to the young attorney. When it was over, Miller could hardly believe that DeSantis had chosen him to fill
Living her dream By Kathryn Lewis Outlook writer The plan that KJ Smith had conjured up in her mind for life after college seemed to be the ideal scenario for success. After all, she’d been hearing it while growing up in Tallahassee. She earned a business degree from FSU and
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook writer The plans have changed a bit for a mixed-use development that will take up four acres as it becomes the face of Frenchtown. Changes in the Frenchtown Gateway proposal that was first unveiled in 2018 became necessary after discussions with the eight property
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Some of the faces of poverty were on display as they told stories of their struggles to overcome at the second Prosperity for All Summit – a nearly four-hour long discussion that organizers hope will change the dynamics in Leon
By Josiah George Outlook writer The food was good. So was the cause. Stands the reason hundreds of people anxiously flocked to get into the Pavilion Center last Saturday. While folks enjoyed the variety of dishes, they also contributed to the Delta Kappa Omega scholarship drive for another year.
Special to the Outlook Behind Regional MVP Mike Salvatore’s two hits, including his 22nd double of the season, FSU pounded Georgia’s pitchers to the tune of 10 hits and drew seven walks, while the Bulldogs normally strong defense committed a season-high three errors. FSU pounded the Bulldogs 10-1 Sunday to
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Lincoln High School senior Nicholas Williams could hardly control his emotions as he expressed his appreciation for Marilyn Proctor Givens, his digital technology teacher for the past three years. “Whenever there is a new technology coming out, she is always pushing, ‘hey guys,
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer At the end of each of two songs performed by the Hartsfield Elementary School Chorus, the audience responded with resounding applause. The performance of Janet Gardner’s “Shine your light” and “This is me” from the soundtrack of the Greatest Showman was exhilarating. “Absolutely
By Josiah George Outlook writer For most of her life April Fitzpatrick lived with personal mental challenges. She’s always had a passion for painting on canvas, too. In all the years she’s been honing her skills as an artist she hadn’t found a significant platform, though. Not until last Thursday.
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Following a week of services and dialog that culminated last Saturday, members of the Frontline Pastors Action Council plan to continue their advocacy for an end to gun violence in the city. Rudy Ferguson, who heads of the Council, also concluded that