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$2 million aircraft engine lands. Student learning takes off.
April 22, 2021 - $2 million aircraft engine lands. Student learning takes off. Donation of Pratt & Whitney turbofan engine lifts Charlotte Technical College A&P airframe mechanics program to the top of… more..
Florida is a national leader in new business creation
April 20, 2021 - The Southeast is a leader in new business starts. Floridian’s apparently can see the sun come out amid an arduous time like the pandemic. One shining example: the state is… more..
Small cities in region score big in net migration survey
April 8, 2021 - The story of people fleeing New York in droves, often to Florida, is entering plane landed safely territory: not much breaking news there. But a new report from online moving… more..