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Eric was born to music. At age 2 he started playing the guitar. Most young boys at the age 13 was playing their first little league game, Eric performed his first concert at age13. From that point on, the concerts and performing were more frequent. He started his elementary education at the local schools, then commencing for Dillard High School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He continued…

Discover what you need to know about bookkeeping jobs, from duties and expectations, to skills and experience — and bookkeeper salary levels, according to the latest Salary Guide.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND TRADELEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTSLEGAL DEVELOPMENTSEXPORTS AND SANCTIONSINTERNATIONAL DEBT WATCHVol. 22, No. 9 — September/October 2018EditorHenry M. BurwellCo-EditorsEdward RubinoffWilliam M. PooleSuhail SethJay RogersWoojin ShinNathan Hartland-INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND TRADE Dispute ResolutionWTO: The U.S. filed an objection against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) for the $7 billion worth of retaliatory levies against U.S. exports to China (34 ITR 1242; 9/27/18). Trade PolicyU.S.: About $10 billion worth…

Dr. Sharon Reinertsen Garland, MD, FAAFP is a Jacksonville Family Physician for Baptist Health

Bankruptcy Filings for Older Floridians Increase Florida has seen bankruptcy filings for older Floridians increase in recent years. A bankruptcy filing is the term used when an individual or ...

Cybersecurity a big concern in Canada as the impact of cybercrime continues to grow according to the ESET Cybercrime Barometer 2018, a survey that polled 3,500 adults in North America.

RALEIGH – Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP announced today that Evan R. Thorn has joined the firm’s Corporate and Financial Regulatory team as of counsel in Raleigh. He joins the firm from Reed Smith in Washington, DC.Thorn counsels clients on federal and state laws and regulations affecting banks, non-bank lenders, FinTech companies, and other financial institutions. Thorn has advised clients on a wide variety of…

Nicolas Cage revisits his most iconic characters, including Ronny Cammareri in Moonstruck, H.I. McDunnough in Raising Arizona, Ben Sanderson in Leaving Las V...

Brenda Snipes, the controversial Broward supervisor of elections, has submitted her resignation, which will be effective in January.

Your home for Jacksonville University Athletics broadcasts. Football, basketball, baseball and more streamed right to your laptop, tablet or smartphone. JU sports are now more accessible than ever.

November is Family Literacy Month, a 30-day opportunity to educate parents about the importance of reading at home. In 2018, illiteracy is such a serious problem in our country that 44 million adults are unable to read a simple story to their children. Over 60 percent of kids in low-income areas are growing up without […]

Florida has seen bankruptcy filings increase for older Floridians in recent years. A bankruptcy filing is the term used when an individual or company cannot repay their debts and asks a Court for ...

Jody Cowart stood under the huge American flag blowing in the brisk breeze Thursday morning in front of Fire Station 1, suspended between the extended

Music Educators on the First Coast, Join the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus's (JCC), Saturday, January 26, 2019 for a one-day event to honor local 4th throug...

The Special Legislative Session of the Georgia General Assembly neared its end today as the State Senate began its consideration of the Governor’s three legislative initiatives in earnest. Appearing before the Senate Appropriations Committee this morning, Governor Deal and his floor leader, Sen. Larry Walker (R-Perry), introduced and discussed HB 1EX, the emergency spending proposal, and HB 5EX, the bill ratifying Governor Deal’s suspension of state…

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance issued new guidance dissuading enforcement officials from waking up sleeping drivers in order to perform random inspections.

The Jacksonville Children's Chorus is pleased to present our 10th annual "Cool Side of Yuletide," Saturday, December 15, 2018, with show times at 2:00pm and ...

With Thanksgiving on the horizon, now is the time to check on end of year changes for compliance for your 401(k), 403(b) and other defined contribution pension plans. The IRS has just issued proposed regulations (“Proposed Regs”) for 401(k) and 403(b) plans that can be used for planning and changes for 2019 and 2020. Not all changes are required; optional ones can have effective dates selected by the employer. Careful analysis can help employers to determine which changes to adopt and when. The…

The Suntory Group Sustainable Water Philosophy was established to address relevant water issues in each of our regions of operation. As we grow internationally, we are expanding our work on water sustainability across the globe.

Chalkbeat.org, a nonprofit news organization focusing on education, recently quoted Robert D. Muller, dean of National Louis University's National College

IN THE NEWS Data Breach – What Would You Do If You Received An Email Like This? Imagine receiving an email from yourself telling you that the sender is really a computer hacker that has taken possession of your computer and knows everything about you: your passwords, what websites you go to, and other things that you would prefer to keep private. And, if that’s not bad enough, the hacker now wants money to go away. Would this scare you? It did for…

Selected start-up companies in the financial technology space are to vie for cash and visibility at a competition set for Feb. 6-7 at downtown

Weather forecast for Jacksonville, Florida, live radar, satellite, severe weather alerts, hour by hour and 10 day forecast temperatures and Hurricane tracking from WJXT News4Jax.

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Three Teach For America alumni were honored in the Forbes 2019 30 Under 30 list for their work in education.

About the 2019 School Leaders of Color Conference
School and system level leaders are a critical lever in impacting the outcomes for kids. They have the profound impact of being able to both positively influence students directly and create the institutional conditions that make schools and systems more equitable at scale. School and System Leaders who identify as people of color have a particularly crucial role…

The General Assembly reconvened today for the second day of its Special Legislative Session, and the House had its eyes set on moving the Governor’s emergency spending proposal forward, ratifying the jet fuel tax exemption, and authorizing additional tax incentives for timberland. The propositions moved quickly through the House Appropriations and Ways & Means Committees, but not before the emergency spending proposal was amended to remove…

Jon Sale has been appointed by the U.S. Sentencing Commission as a voting member of the Commission's Practitioners Advisory Group, where he will be the sole representative for the Eleventh Circuit covering Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. He will serve for a three-year term, which started on Nov. 1.The U.S. Sentencing Commission selects one voting member to represent each federal judicial circuit. The Practitioners Advisory Group helps…

National Louis University experts were featured by television news shows this past weekend. One discussed veterans and Veterans Day while the other