► Florida Polytechnic University announced the creation of its Advanced Mobility Institute, a university-affiliated technology research center, focused on the development and testing of autonomous vehicle related technology. 


Quick news from Polk County

Family-owned, international berry supplier Wish Farms broke ground on its new  headquarters in Plant City.

►Polk State College and United Way of Central Florida launched a pilot program to provide students financial assistance, called “Destination Graduation.”

►Kaylee Strickland of Lithia opened The Back Pocket Recording Studio in Plant City at 1514 S. Alexander St., suite 204, in The Oaks Plaza.

►Florida Polytechnic University Foundation named Phillipa Greenberg, Jack Harrel III, Michael B. Lawley and Maureen O’Toole to its board.

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