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TALLAHASSEE — The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to take up a dispute about how much money Florida’s Medicaid program should be able to recoup after a legal settlement involving a Lee …

The Franklin County Seahawks varsity boys basketball team was busy over the Christmas break, practicing regularly and playing a triad of away games. Unfortunately, they didn’t come home with …

The 2022 Florida Legislative Session is slated to start early this year, on Jan. 11. With legislators returning to the capitol without COVID-19 restrictions, many are preparing to hash out some of …

As chronicled in The Times, there is some consternation within Apalachicola about residents moving trash cans to streets in front of homes for pickup rather than alleys. (See Dec. 16 Times …

One of the greatest charms of Apalachicola, besides its residents of course, is the historic district’s classic grid of streets, facing southward toward the bay, and avenues, facing eastward …

Commissioners in both Gulf and Franklin counties have backed a proposal for reshaping House District 7 that would extend its boundaries to the south and east. By agreeing to write letters of …

Florida Senate subcommittee unanimously passed Sen. Loranne Ausley’s bipartisan bill, which aims to codify a de facto bill of rights for children and young adults under the state’s …

TALLAHASSEE --- Florida health-care providers are going back in time. The growing emergence of telehealth, or telemedicine, as a way to deliver health care has been a silver lining during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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