Daily Archives: October 28, 2015

Fed keeps rate at record low but will consider December hike

It marked the first time in seven years of record-low rates that the central bank has explicitly raised the possibility that it could raise its key rate from near zero at its next meeting.

Fed keeps rate at record low but will consider December hike

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All-you-can-eat nugget campaign goes viral

The St. Petersburg location is offering unlimited nuggets and waffle fries for $12.99. Kids under 12 pay $8.99 on Friday. The problem — it’s only for that restaurant.

All-you-can-eat nugget campaign goes viral

Wawa set to open in Winter Haven

Wawa set to open in Winter Haven

Walgreens, Rite Aid combo to spread drugstore health kick

The nation’s largest drugstore chain also is expected to flex its beefed-up negotiating muscle to wring better deals from drugmakers and other suppliers. But experts say those discounts won’t automatically trickle down to consumers.

Walgreens, Rite Aid combo to spread drugstore health kick

Polk Tourism unveils new marketing initiative

On Wednesday, Polk County Tourism and Sports Marketing (PCTSM) unveiled a new campaign centered around the slogan "Choose Everything," which can be found on the organization’s redesigned website, visitcentralflorida.org.

Polk Tourism unveils new marketing initiative

Strawberry leader inducted into Fla. Agriculture Hall of Fame

Joining Charles Hinton in the 2016 induction class are Thomas Braddock of a Fernandina Beach cattle and timber operation based in Duval County; Joseph Joyce of Gainesville, director of the Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences’ Center for Leadership at the University of Florida; and Billy Kempfer, a cattle rancher in Brevard and Osceola counties.

Strawberry leader inducted into Fla. Agriculture Hall of Fame

Struggling Utah co-op health insurer to close after 2015

SALT LAKE CITY — A nonprofit Utah health insurer is shutting its doors after learning it would receive only a fraction of federal money it was counting on.

Struggling Utah co-op health insurer to close after 2015

Provo man arrested on reports of assisting underage males in sexual abuse

A Provo man was booked Tuesday into the Utah County Jail on reports he and several juvenile males sexually abused an underage male.

Provo man arrested on reports of assisting underage males in sexual abuse

Lehi, Orem rank high nationally for trick-or-treating

If you love trick-or-treating, Utah County is a great place to live according to a new report.

Lehi, Orem rank high nationally for trick-or-treating

Stage is set for 21st annual cowboy poetry, music gathering in Heber

More than 10,000 people will spur into Heber City for the 21st annual Heber Valley Western Music & Cowboy Poetry Gathering beginning Thursday and continuing through Sunday.

Stage is set for 21st annual cowboy poetry, music gathering in Heber