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Voting rights are under assault what with pervasive gerrymandering and suppression of especially black and student voting. Case in point: The Georgia Supreme Court recently overturned state plans to close seven of nine voting stations in a predominantly African American county, ostensibly fo…

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As Hurricane Michael was surge toward landfall in the Panhandle on Oct. 10, a tidal surge associated with the Category 4 storm pushed water from the Anclote River over the sea walls and onto Dodecanese Boulevard, in the heart of the Sponge Docks tourist district. City officials said they wer…

The hammer rose and fell as the windows from the Hacienda, the historic Mediterranean revival-style former hotel in downtown New Port Richey, were being auctioned off on Sept. 22. Because the Hacienda is under renovation, the auction was held at the nearby vacant former office space on Grand…

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