Small businesses adapt to survive pandemic

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.

Finding success during a pandemic

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.

Parramore developer brings new concept Church Street

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.

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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.