Fitch Affirms North Miami Beach, FL's Utilities System Revs at 'A+'; Outlook Revised to Positive
Fitch Ratings affirms the following North Miami Beach, FL revenue bonds:
City National Bank of Florida Sweeps 'Best Of' Awards From the Daily Business Review
City National Bank of Florida has done it again! The bank is pleased to announce that it has once again received numerous honors from the Daily Business Review's annual "Best Of" Awards. Readers ...
All-Star drivers set for NeSmith Late Models at Ocala
Drivers from around the country are set to do battle at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, FL this weekend for the Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race for the NeSmith Late Models.
?River of Grass? bicycle trail plans on display, Dec.9-11
A visionary dream to build a bicycling and nature trail paralleling Tamiami Trail (US 41) from Miami to East Naples will take a vital step forward in Miami, Dec. 9.
News and notes for Pasco County
COUNTYWIDe Mail carriers help with toys for tots
Pasco's Business digest for Dec. 5
Briefly GRAND OPENING : The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce recently joined chamber members from the Greater Zephyrhills and Greater Wesley Chapel chambers at Wozniak Builders Showroom, 10634 U.S. 301, Dade City, for an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Events
Formula E Announces Official Ticket Launch for the 2015 MIAMI ePRIX
The Future of Racing comes to Miami on March 14, 2015 and tickets to the first U.S. Formula E race are now available for purchase online. (PRWeb December 17, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/formulaemiamieprix/ticketlaunch/prweb12400331.htm
Pasco County real estate transactions for Nov. 28
DADE CITY 12624 Tradition Dr., to David M. Rom & Sarah G. Rom by Edward R. Timmons & Lynn N. Timmons, $500,000, 11/5/2014.
Electro Scan Begins Its Twelfth U.S. Project in Less Than Sixty Days
Electro Scan Inc. today announced the start of its twelfth project in less than sixty-days and disclosed that Company revenues would triple in its current fiscal year ending Decemb
FACT SHEET: 16 U.S. Communities Recognized as Climate Action Champions for Leadership on Climate Change
From deep droughts to fierce wildfires, severe storms to rising seas, communities across the United States are already grappling with the impacts of extreme weather and climate change. Faced with these new challenges, many cities, towns, counties, and tribes in every region of the country are stepping up to cut carbon pollution, deploy more clean energy, boost energy efficiency, and build ...