Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Sports | Down and Out of Tennis at 22. Back at 28. Supported by Burned out, struggling with depression and fed up with cyberbullying, Rebecca Marino quit tennis in 2013. One year into her comeback, she’s working her way up the rankings again. ByBen Rothenberg Jan. 9, 2019 MELBOURNE, Australia — For the first point she played at a Grand Slam event in six years, Rebecca Marino hit an ace. She celebrated with a subtle fist pump, determined to have the best next act she could after a lengthy intermission during which she became the face of depression among athletes. “It’s easy to get caught up in the moment, just going from tournament to tournament now,” Marino said. “But if I stop and think about it, then that’s when I see that it’s pretty cool that I was able to do … [Read more...] about Down and Out of Tennis at 22. Back at 28.
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Steve McQuilkin Fort Myers News-Press Published 9:17 AM EDT Oct 18, 2018 One morning near the end of June, Nicholas Michael and scores of co-workers at the Sea Ray Boats plant in Palm Coast were called to a meeting. Many figured the yacht business had a new owner. Instead, they were all laid off. He was part of the biggest layoff in the state this year: Manufacturer Sea Ray Boats cut 780 workers as it closed operations in Flagler and Brevard counties. “I wasn’t too worried about the job, though I liked the job,” said Michael, 27. “More of my fear was about where I would have to go, because there’s no manufacturing really in Palm Coast.” More: Gov. Rick Scott delivered jobs, but nearly half of Floridians still struggle In the past year, Florida added more than 220,000 jobs and has been adding them at a fast pace for several years. But each year it also loses thousands of them. It’s nothing personal. It’s just business. That's … [Read more...] about Even in Florida’s booming economy layoffs happen