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City officials and residents gathered at Mead Botanical Garden last Thursday to celebrate the restoration of one acre of the Lake Lillian wetlands, as well as a new boardwalk path opening to the public. »
The Winter Park Playhouse will host a benefit concert on their mainstage Thursday evening, June 23 at 7:30 p.m. »
When Annie Rose enters the Winter Park Public Library, she captures everyone’s attention. Her golden hair, sweet face and blue vest make a statement as she walks quietly on all fours onto the elevator. »
The giving keeps going in Winter Park and Maitland this week, as local businesses continue to organize benefits for victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting. »
The Winter Park City Commission voted to amend its historic preservation ordinance during its meeting last Monday – undoing the changes voted through by the Commission last December meant to better protect historic homes in the 134-year-old city. »
After losing two of three games midweek, the Dawgs managed a shaky win Friday to prevent the Lightning (5-10) from striking twice in back-to-back games after a 7-4 loss June 16.
Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.
The ceremony at Knowles Memorial Chapel gave locals a chance to reflect on the loss of life and what happens next for a hurting city. »
Earlier this year on March 15, a record number of Winter Park residents went to the polls. For months leading up to this date I outlined, as a candidate for re-election, a vision for our city. »
Lake Lillian gets a lift
Playhouse unites with Orlando
Reading to dogs
Pulse victims see support
Preservation laws changed
Team still struggles
Orlando unites after shooting
Winter Park mourns victims
The library got its due process.
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