Tom Flanigan

Program Director for News

Tom Flanigan has been with WFSU News since 2006, with a focus on covering local news personalities, issues and organizations.  He began his broadcast career more than 30 years before that and  covered news for several radio stations in Florida, Texas and his home state of Maryland.  In between, he spent a number of years in corporate communications for a few private firms, time that he calls “invaluable” for giving him a greatly expanded media perspective.  During the relatively rare times he’s not racing to cover various community events and activities, Tom enjoys reading and playing guitar (He was a professional drummer in a previous life and is trying to expand his musical horizons). Follow Tom Flanigan on Twitter: @flanigan_tom.

Elder Care Services

Those who recognize the name Elder Care Services probably connect it mostly to the Meals-on-Wheels program.  But the organization also offers a place for otherwise home-bound seniors to spend time in an active, social setting.

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Another in the National High Magnetic Field Lab's popular "Science Cafes" takes place in Tallahassee this Wednesday evening (6/24/15). The topic will involve a force of nature that all of us make use of every day.  That force is known as microwave radiation.

Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra

The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra is reaching out to new audiences.  Officials say that effort will include some different music and uniquely staged concerts. 

Mark Earley LinkedIn page

The first of what may be several candidates to succeed longtime Leon County Supervisor of Elections Ion Sancho filed his campaign paperwork Monday morning.  The candidate is no stranger to the local elections office and Sancho says, in the 27 years he’s been supervisor, this is the first candidate endorsement he’s made.

Kidd Group Communication Design

The new MHG factory near Bainbridge, Georgia is ramping up to mass-produce plastic from plants instead of petroleum.  Company officials say that's the future, but there are those who think that future may take a bit longer to arrive.