Monthly Archives: December 2015 (page 10)

Gambling Deal Met With Scrutiny, Skepticism

Far from a sure bet, Gov. Rick Scott’s $3.1 billion gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida is getting a tepid response from some legislative leaders, virtually guaranteeing that the proposal could require major changes to win enough support f…

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WJCT Celebrates Sinatra’s Centennial with New Radio Special

Contact: Stan Cleiland, Vice President, Community Relations and Strategic Communications (904) 358-6366 • scleiland@wjct.org For Immediate Release WJCT Celebrates Sinatra’s Centennial with New Radio Special (Jacksonville, FL, December 4, 2015); “Sinatra at 100,” a three-hour musical tribute to Frank Sinatra, airs Sunday,…

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Vitti Recommends School Changes To Duval County School Board

Fort Caroline Middle School would become an arts school, and Ed White High would become a military magnet under recommendations the Duval County superintendent endorsed Tuesday.

 

The conversion of many urban core schools into magnets was recommended by community groups who’ve been working over the past month. Vitti wants to tackle low enrollment and underperformance at the schools.

 

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