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While the automobile club (AAA) is not making any travel predictions for the holiday weekend, officials do expect more spur-of-the-moment travel. More travel is expected by driving for Labor Day this year because of the coronavirus pandemic and drivers around the country are seeing some of the lowest gas prices in four years, according to AAA. “We’re seeing
Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals recently held that a 13 year old customer of a trampoline park that fraudulently signed his parent’s name on a waiver at the park was prohibited from arguing that the document was void based upon his status as a minor. The Court held that since the 13 year old
Florida public schools (Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties) re-open next week and concerns over safety on the road and on the buses are at an all time high due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Of all the complex decisions education leaders face as they plan to reopen schools for the 2020-21 academic year, the toughest one
The trucking industry in the US is consistently on the rise, even though newer and faster means of transport are being invented by the day. Truck transport is considered to be one of the most suitable ways to get goods across the United States, with about 70% of all products actually reaching their destination via
Today’s data release on current SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) cases in Escambia county marks two sequential days with record-high reporting of percent positivity, with a nearly 20% (19.9%) positivity rate released on August 7 and followed by a nearly 25% (24.9%) positivity rate with the release this morning. Accompanying these findings is another grim statistic: the highest single day