Stewart Jewelry, a landmark business in the College Park business district, is closing, but it’s not because of the economic havoc caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded above 30,000 points for the first time Tuesday as investors were encouraged by the latest progress on developing coronavirus vaccines and news that the transition of power in the U.S. to President-elect Joe Biden will finally begin.
McCormick & Co. said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire the parent company of Cholula Hot Sauce for $800 million in cash in a deal expected to boost the spice maker’s condiment business.
A Beverly Hills woman used Instacart to buy frozen pizza from Ralphs. What arrived had expired in 2017 and smelled “like when you go to the bathroom,” she said.
Few people have sued their employers over COVID-19, partly because employees face an uphill battle proving a company was responsible for exposing them to the coronavirus.
A lakefront estate in Windermere’s Isleworth community, once home to film star Wesley Snipes, recently sold for more than $3.4 million, according to a report in GrowthSpotter.
Are most people in Disney World wearing masks? The answer is yes, according to Disney and Touring Plans. The reopening is going better than expected, some say, although police reports show there are occasional problems.
Longwood commissioners agree to not make a deal with TI Group of Austin, Texas, that would sell off City Hall, police station and other properties for a mixed development in Seminole County city’s historic downtown district.
SeaWorld Orlando’s theatrical telling of Christmas story is revamped, includes pandemic references
The family of a Florida Publix employee who contracted coronavirus and died is suing, saying the grocery chain wouldn’t let him wear a mask during his shifts.