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Triumph Gulf Coast Board is on a Diversification Mission

There are a lot of new things on the horizon
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What Hurricanes Irma and Harvey Taught Us About the Business Impacts of Disaster

What can the superstorms of 2017 tell us?
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Antonio Montoya Takes the Helm at Domi Station

Antonio Montoya joined Tallahassee’s Domi Station as executive director in April 2018, succeeding the departing Lucas Lindsey.
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Southeastern Fisheries Association’s Bob Jones Is At Last Pulling in His Oars

Exploring the career that has supported the livelihoods of many and maintained the preservation of a culture.
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Okaloosa Touts Features of Shoal River Ranch Industrial Megasite

The site boasts many of the same features that characterize a Huntsville, Alabama, site that attracted an auto manufacturing plant.
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Archive » Soundbytes

Sound Bytes

Sound Bytes

December 2017/January 2018
Business News- Sound Bytes

Business News- Sound Bytes

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Archive » Tallahassee Area

Economic-Development Leaders Trumpet Tallahassee

Economic-Development Leaders Trumpet Tallahassee

Does the term ‘Magnetic Capital of the World’ ring a bell?
Everything You Need to Know About The Freight Yard Complex Coming to All Saints

Everything You Need to Know About The Freight Yard Complex Coming to All Saints

The 28 units, as well as the first-floor retail spaces, will be built entirely of used shipping containers.
Antonio Montoya Takes the Helm at Domi Station

Antonio Montoya Takes the Helm at Domi Station

Antonio Montoya joined Tallahassee’s Domi Station as executive director in April 2018, succeeding the departing Lucas Lindsey.
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Archive » Destin/Fort Walton Area

VPS Named Fastest Growing Airport in The Country

VPS Named Fastest Growing Airport in The Country

With the addition of direct flights to high-traffic locations, the airport is experiencing huge economic growth.
Mossy Head Industrial Park Sparks Growth ‘Above the Bay’

Mossy Head Industrial Park Sparks Growth ‘Above the Bay’

The park is a bustling transportation and distribution hub in northwest Walton County.
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Archive » Panama City Area

Bay County’s Appeal Outweighs Potential for Storms

Bay County’s Appeal Outweighs Potential for Storms

More about the prospects making landfall
Hurricane Michael Spawned Loyalty to Place

Hurricane Michael Spawned Loyalty to Place

How a hospital recovered from the devastation
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Archive » Pensacola Area

UWF Center Grooms Entrepreneurs For Success

UWF Center Grooms Entrepreneurs For Success

The school and its many programs are providing a spark for many
Northwest Florida is Flying High

Northwest Florida is Flying High

Successful courtship advances economic development objectives
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Archive » Forgotten Coast Area

Wakulla County Hopes to Entice New Employers

Wakulla County Hopes to Entice New Employers

By promoting its assets they hope to change the perception of the county.
Wakulla Draws Fans of The ‘Real Florida’

Wakulla Draws Fans of The ‘Real Florida’

A mellow getaway for those looking for nature's beauty.
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Archive » Along I-10

Circle Grill and Grady’s Seafood Have the Friendliest Rivalry Around

Circle Grill and Grady’s Seafood Have the Friendliest Rivalry Around

Rivalry restaurants serve diners’ palates well
State of Play

State of Play

North Florida gaming interests are going to have to hold ’em. The 2017 Florida Legislature played things close to the chest, failing to pass a comprehensive gambling bill. Slot machines favored by the Senate were a major sticking point.
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Archive » Along 30-A

Russell & Russell tap resources, global experience

Russell & Russell tap resources, global experience

Former Sandestin executives John and Scott Russell join forces to improve the hospitality business.
Scaling Up

Scaling Up

How he lives to take on a challenge.
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Calendar

  • Mini Makers and Experimenters Preschool Lab

    2018.10.25

    Every 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the Science Center’s Makerspace for kids 3-5. Enjoy a story and activity with general...

  • HOME SCHOOL WORKSHOPS: MIDDLE SCHOOL

    2019.01.10

     Lessons tailored to grades 6th-8th We invite all middle schoolers in grades 6-8 to our brand new Home School Workshops. Learners will...

  • Maker Days

    2018.11.06

    Our youngest scientists and students can explore science in a hands-on, creative environment with drop off sessions in our Makerspace and...

  • Planetarium Nights

    2018.11.01

    Take a space adventure at Planetarium Nights! 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month Shows at 5 pm, 6 pm and 7 pm admission: $9 Adult / $8 Senior / $7...

  • Girls Engaged in Making Workshops

    2018.11.03

    We're hosting our Girls Engaged in Making (GEM) workshops for girls ages 12-15 and Junior GEM workshops for girls ages 8-11. Studies have shown...

  • Home School Academy

    2018.11.13

    Home School Academy with two age groups! Meets the third Tuesday of the month through May 2019 (alternate dates for November and March due to...

  • Emerald Coast Science Center's Book Club for Adults

    2018.11.21

    Love books as much as we do? The Emerald Coast Science Center welcomes you to join our book club hosted at the Science Center. Enjoy discussion,...


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