By Janelle Floyd Senior Outlook Writer The Florida Prepaid College Board recently started accepting applications for the 2015-2016 open enrollment period. Running from Oct. 15- Feb. 29, 2016, the program aids in helping families save for college tuition, as early as when a child is
By Kwantisa Harris Outlook Writer Live music and health experts could be just the things to begin the Thanksgiving week. The Gulf Winds Track Club (GWTC) will be holding a two part event, Turkey Trot Run and Festival on Nov.22 at Cascades Park and Nov. 26 in Southwood.
By Chaninn Ragland Outlook Writer Families were dressed in red, white, and blue, children’s eyes gazed at parade floats, and vets waved American flags as thousands of people gathered in downtown Tallahassee to honor the men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces at the city’s
By Kwantisa Harris Outlook Writer The City of Tallahassee in conjunction with Florida State University, Florida A&M University and Tallahassee Community College hosted the Sustainability and You Community Learning Series fall learning session Oct. 29 at the Tallahassee Senior Center. The panel discussion titled “Creating
By Chaninn Ragland Outlook Writer The Economic Development Council (EDC) has partnered with Tallahassee Community College (TCC) for the last three years to celebrate Manufacturing Month. EDC hosted a day of programming with high school students on Oct. 28 with Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) at
By Janelle Floyd Senior Outlook Writer The City of Tallahassee Commissioners recently held their Joint City-County 2015 Out-of-Cycle Comprehensive Plan Amendments Transmittal Public Hearing at City Hall. The agenda included finding out the status of the rezoning of Unit 20 of Killearn Estates, located in north Tallahassee.
By Mahoganie Reckley Outlook Writer As supporters and volunteers of the Leukemia andLymphoma Society (LLS) walked into Madison Social they were greeted by a smorgasbord of delectable Hispanic inspired cuisine. The night of Oct.29 was filled with food, fun, and laughs as guests showed their support
By Nadia Felder Outlook Writer The death of Corey Jones has sparked a commotion in Tallahassee as students came together to rally on the evening of Oct. 29, on Florida State University’s campus for the death of an unarmed 31-year-old drummer from Palm Beach, FL. which happened
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Rufus Montgomery was doing very well at living what many who know him describe as “a very private life.” But his name has become a household word in Tallahassee, if not the nation, in the last year.
By Travis Milton Outlook Writer The Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce (BBMC) Minority Business Second Annual Awards Gala was held Oct. 23 at the Florida State University Center Club Grand Ballroom. The purpose of the gala was to showcase the many hardworking individuals that run their own