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Tallahassee Students Top National Math Competition
Gallery Uncategorized Lindsay Volpe

Throughout the year, Leon County’s Mu Alpha Theta members tested their mathematical knowledge in preparation for the big competition. And in July, their hard work paid off. Chiles High School tied for third place in the days-long 46th Mu Alpha Theta National Convention held at Washington University, St. Louis. Lincoln High finished eighth overall and Rickards
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Tallahassee Ranked a Top 50 City for Entrepreneurs
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Tallahassee, Florida has been named a Top 50 City for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur magazine. The ranking comes in the August edition of the publication, which is in homes, offices, and newsstands now. The ranking was part of a partnership between Entrepreneur Magazine and Livabillity.com. Tallahassee ranked 46th on the list and is one of only
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Six Tallahassee Companies Ranked Among Best Places to Work in Florida
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Six Tallahassee companies were ranked as some of this year’s best places to work in Florida, by Florida Trend Magazine. Capital City Bank, MCCi, Moore Communications Group, Rogers Gunter Vaughn Insurance, Partners in Association Management and Ausley McMullen were all named to the list. Florida Trend ranked the top 100 companies in Florida based on
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Office of Economic Vitality Seeking Director
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  The Tallahassee | Leon County Office of Economic Vitality seeks a full-time director. The director will oversee three divisions (strategic planning, engagement, and operations; minority, women, and small business enterprise; and research and analytics) and report to the director of the Department of PLACE. Click here to view the job description and/or apply. Minimum Training
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Workshops Continue to Shape Future Local Economic Growth
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Input Sought on Community-Wide Economic Development Strategic Plan The Tallahassee/Leon County Office of Economic Vitality (OEV) is hosting its second Economic Development Strategic Plan listening and networking sessions on Friday, June 3, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Domi Station, 914 Railroad Avenue. This is an opportunity for all entrepreneurs and startup businesses to get
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Tallahassee|Leon County Office of Economic Vitality Opens for Business
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The day after the Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency appointed itself as the new economic development organization last week, the Office of Economic Vitality began to take shape. “We’ve been exceptionally busy,” said Ben Pingree, director of Planning, Land Management and Community Enhancement, “starting from first thing Tuesday morning after the IA meeting.” Pingree has formally alerted the
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