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News about Orlando Business

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  • Orlando Business Journal
    Orlando-area business news and the Orlando Book of List. Provided by UCF's SGA, SDES, COB, and Career Services in partnership with the Orlando Business Journal.
    (also provides access to business journals from Atlanta, Jacksonville, South Florida, Tampa, and 35 other cities across the U.S.)
  • Orlando Sentinel (ProQuest) (1985+)
    Complete full-text content of local and regional news, including community events, schools, politics, government policies, cultural activities, local companies, state industries, and people in the community. Classifieds and advertisements are excluded.
    earlier content

Historical Florida Newspapers

Historical Florida Newspapers

Note that the number of counties and the county boundaries were significantly different prior to 1925, so the geographic areas covered by these historical newspapers may not be limited to what is considered their local area today.  For example, in 1830 Alachua County stretched from the Georgia border to Ft. Myers, and Mosquito (Orange) County stretched from Ocala to West Palm Beach.  Also, coverage of Florida news prior to 1900 might appear in newspapers from other states which had major ports or railroad lines connecting to Florida (e.g., Atlanta, Charleston, New Orleans, and Savannah).


Other Florida News Sources

Florida College Newspapers

Specific Audiences: African-American/Black, Arabic, Christian, Filipino, Gay, Jewish, Military, Seminole

Non-English: Greek, Italian, Spanish

Newspaper Articles about Hurricanes

"The archive includes stories of hurricanes from the distant past as well as from recent memory. The newspapers contained in the archive allow you to read stories about hurricanes from the first half of the 20th century, such as the "Long Island Express" of 1930, as well as newspaper coverage from all of the most memorable named storms, such as Carol, Donna, Camille, David, Hugo, Michael and Katrina."

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