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The Feb. 15 deadline for the current health care enrollment period is less than one week away. Until that time, organizations such as the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, WellFlorida Council and Enroll America will host sign-up events and offer services to assist with enrollment, but some consumers will continue to experience unsolvable issues with the process.
Buchholz High School students are helping prepare tax returns through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the city of Ocala for charging allegedly illegal emergency fire service user fees.
Lafayette County education staff receive pay increases 7 months late.
The City of Wildwood is facing a potential class-action lawsuit from residents over a user fee in their water bills from 2005 to 2011.
(Photo: Steve White/Flickr)
An increase in flood insurance went into effect Tuesday, but many Floridians are still voicing their distaste for the new law. The National Flood Insurance wants to collect more from those who it said have been underpaying to bring down their $24 billion deficit.
A select group of North Florida agencies and programs are feeling the effects of the government shutdown.
Today is Tax Day, which means it’s the last day to send in your taxes if you don’t want to be penalized. Post offices in Gainesville are not extending their hours today as they have in the past.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program offers free tax filing services to six north central Florida counties.