Mayor Andrew Gillum

The Tallahassee City Commission meets to discuss the response to Hurricane Hermine
LHatter / WFSU News

Hurricane Hermine has taken it’s toll on Tallahassee—leaving downed trees and power lines in its wake. That’s posed logistical challenges to teams trying to restore power, and frustrating residents who have been without for days. Now  city and county leaders are trying to address those concerns. But some say the efforts come too late.

City of Tallahassee power outtages as of 9/4/16 6:50 p.m.
City of Tallahassee / City of Tallahassee

More than 33,000 Leon County homes remain without power on the third day following Hurricane Hermine. And some are growing increasingly frustrated with the restoration process. Now Governor Rick Scott has ordered additional teams to help the City of Tallahassee restore power, even as city officials try to tamp down on criticism.

Mayor Gillum Partners With Faith Leaders

Aug 24, 2016
Aryanna Duhl

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is seeking community insight from a very diverse group of religious leaders. 

Tori Whitley

A Chicago couple will be moving to Tallahassee with one year’s worth of free rent. They’re the winners of Choose Tallahassee’s “Why I’d Love to Retire in Tallahassee, Florida” Contest.

City of Tallahassee

A question about funding for Tallahassee’s Palmer Munroe Teen Center is highlighting a dispute between the city and county about where one government’s responsibility ends and the other’s begins.

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