Refugees Afghanistan – Courtesy: Idaho News 6 – Image by Scripps National The Sunshine State is set to become a safe haven for a large group of refugees fleeing Afghanistan. Kristen Bloom is the Founder and Executive Director of Refugee Assistance Alliance, an organization that aids refugee families once they are settled in South Florida.
Caravan and Protest Cuba – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Domitille P MIAMI, Fla. – Major changes could be on their way in Cuba. On Sunday, hundreds of Cubans took to the streets in the struggling island nation to protest against Miguel Díaz-Canel’s brutal regime. The Cubans marched on Havana’s Malecon promenade and other parts
CMA CGA Argentina – Courtesy: Vesselfinder.com Florida is home to 14 seaports throughout the state, from as far north as Fernandina Beach to as south as Key West and as west as Pensacola to as east as West Palm Beach. There is no shortage of ports in the Sunshine State, and thanks to its strategic
Green Iguana – Courtesy: Image by Scottslm from Pixabay In a unanimous vote Thursday, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted on a new set of rules that would ban the commercial breeding practice and ownership of 16 “high-risk” reptiles in the state. The rule would allow current high-risk reptile owners to keep the
The Miami skyline and architecture at sunset. Image by MustangJoe from Pixabay Florida has ranked number one in most foreign buyers of private property in the entire United States for the 12th year in a row, according to Miami Agent Magazine. For us here in Florida and more specifically in Miami it comes as no
Downwntown Business District in Tampa, Florida, United States. Photo: Ruth Peterkin/Shutterstock.com The coronavirus health crisis is being viewed as an economic threat to Florida. The coronavirus has been wreaking havoc not just in those affected by the virus themselves, but in the news headlines. For months now there have been reports of people in places
Photo credit: Business Wire After years of effort by local leaders, a manufacturing facility is about to be built in Jacksonville, Florida. The $542 million facility will be able to export natural liquefied gas and position Jacksonville as a leader in gas export to the Caribbean Islands. The move was approved unanimously by Mayor Lenny
The Florida Chamber of Commerce took a moment this week to remind the globe that the Sunshine State was “made for trade.”
The raw number of jobs supported was close to 2.4 million.