President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate announcement Thursday is not sitting well with some entrepreneurs.
The Milk District in Orlando is offering entrepreneurs the chance to open a temporary brick-and-mortar store without the huge overhead cost.
To help bring people back in, Felicia put a sign outside her business letting anyone who walks by know that she has been vaccinated
President Joe Biden singed an extension of the Paycheck Protection Program a day before it was poised to expire, giving small businesses until May 31 to apply.
No more last call. If a county commissioner has his way, some bars in Brevard County won’t have to close.
Pollution in our oceans is becoming a growing problem, environmentalists say. Meanwhile, another threat is looming in the form of a deadly pandemic. Dylan Cross has a solution to both.
A comic book store, a women's fashion boutique, and a high-end toy and kids' clothes store – all survivors of the COVID-19 pandemic’s shutdowns.
One year after the start of the pandemic, some small businesses are thriving, beating the odds in these tough times. We talk to owners of a comic bookstore, a women's fashion boutique, and a high-end toys and kids clothing store to see how they have had to adapt to survive.
It was exactly 365 days ago today that the World Health Organization made the announcement that would change all of our lives: the coronavirus had grown into a pandemic. Since then, people have lost their jobs, traveling stopped, and some of our favorite restaurants closed. Still, some businesses figured out a way to make it work.
Congress approved a landmark COVID-19 relief bill Wednesday. In addition to stimulus checks, there is extra money added to unemployment. One labor expert says these unemployment benefits are keeping some potential employees at home.
Anyone who’s driven through Winter Park knows Fairbanks Avenue can be a mess. There are a lot of lights and almost always traffic. Now, Winter Park is trying to fix it, but it would mean messing with a bunch of businesses, some of which are a staple in this community.
A new brewery based out of Clearwater is opening in Downtown Orlando
A Korean restaurant beloved by influencers and Angelenos has allegedly gone out of business due to fraudulent refund requests from customers who received their food.
As we recognize Black History Month, we spotlight a member of our local community. Timothy Green grew up in Paramore and is now a successful real estate developer. He is now giving back to the place he once called home.
The Biden administration is readying changes to the PPP aimed at targeting assistance to businesses that employ 20 or fewer workers and those that are minority-owned.
In March of 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis created an executive order to allow restaurants to offer carryout alcohol options. A new bill in the State Legislature could make that change permanent.
The bill was approved by Orange County delegates. It must now be approved by state lawmakers.
More businesses in Orlando could start selling booze. Florida lawmakers will review a bill aimed at bringing more business to Orange County's small restaurants by possibly expanding alcohol sales.
The teams will punish small businesses, like bars and nightclubs, that do not follow COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is back for round two, officially opening up for applications on Tuesday.