Friday, November 16, 2018

Lakeland campaigns for change in mayor

By Jacklyn Washington Currently in the city of Lakeland, there are two very strong, opposing campaigns launching full force ahead in attempts to sway voters...

FSC prepares for new waterfront look

By Emily Goldberg Florida Southern College is building a new boat dock that will serve as a helpful tool for students and faculty who utilize...

Habitat aids in home building

By Hayden Gotsch Last Saturday, FSC students had a big chance to help the community. January 28th was Build Day with FSC Habitat! The school’s...

Parade a holiday ‘Miracle’ for Lakeland families

By Derrick Jean-Baptiste Red and green lights adorned downtown Lakeland as thousands of people waiting with bated breath for the festivities to begin. The 119...

Trump makes Lakeland campaign stop, focuses on support of female voters

Tyler Hillier Republican nominee for president Donald Trump made a routine campaign stop on Wednesday at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in his continued effort to...

Community comes together for first Girls’ Night Out

By Peter Edgar Last Saturday Downtown Lakeland held “Girls Night Out,” a community wide-collaboration of local restaurants, arts venues, salons, and other businesses aimed at...

New coffee stop has Lakeland jittery for grand opening

By: Samantha Zimmerman Among Lakeland’s plethora of coffee shops, a new stop is working its way into the mix and adding a touch of fresh...

Nook bakery brings sprinkles and smile to Lakeland

Ever since her first batch of botched cupcakes, Kandace Crosby was determined to get the perfect recipe. Inspired by her grandmother's homemade cooking, Crosby...

New Record Store Is A Rockin’ Score

Mike Bertram, Staff Writer If you happen to find yourself taking a stroll through Lakeland’s beautiful downtown area, you may notice that yet another new...

It’s Raining Cats and Dogs at Lake Mirror

Mariah Nichols, Staff Writer Two and four-legged friends proudly walked around Lake Mirror on Saturday, April 16 at 8 a.m. for the SPCA 2016 Walk for Animals here in Lakeland. The event provided plenty of fun activities...

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Three Florida midterm races still undecided

Reems Landreth The races for U.S. Senate, Florida governor, and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture all fell within the 0.5 percent margin of difference, which...

Five generations increases diversity in the workforce

Victoria Salvatore As the retirement age is rising and a new generation of young people are beginning to look for jobs, the makeup of the...

Florida waiting for federal approval to end daylight savings

Abby McHenry The Sunshine Protection Act was proposed to Florida in March to stay on Daylight Savings Time year-round and has not yet received congressional...