Looking at our automated world
When I look back 10, even 5 years ago, I am amazed at how modern and automated our world has become.
Celebrating our British independence this July 4th.
I was thinking recently of the 4th of July, that day which celebrates cutting our ties with the British Crown.
Be aware of your rights as a taxpayerPeter Pappas
The IRS has 10 years from the date of a tax assessment to collect a debt from the taxpayer.
Orlando Regional Realtor Association hosts free homeownership workshop
All active military, reservists, retirees, veterans and their families are invited to learn about the homeownership opportunities.
State senator provides update on 2013 legislative session
The Maitland City Council met on June 10 at 6:30 p.m.
A Wells Fargo lesson for Sun Trust
For more than eight years, I’ve been a “broken record” on the need for a Winter Park Preservation Foundation.
69th anniversary of D-Day was June 6
As we marked the 69th anniversary of D-Day on June 6, we did so with an ever-fading connection to the past.
Differentiating between what's important and what isn't.
How does one determine what is important and what is not?
Check out 'Urban Thoughts' with Kathy Ramsberger.
My regular readers know where I stand on the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts – it cannot get here soon enough!
Most games took backseat to tropical storm
In the middle of having five of their first six games canceled, the Freedom handed Sanford a loss.
Enjoy popcorn flicks in the park
Enjoy Popcorn Flicks in Central Park at 8 p.m. on Thursday, June 13.
Congrats to all the local graduates
Karla Knight, academic administration coordinator at Rollins College, was presented with the Thaddeus Seymour Staff Award.
Owners postpone demolition
Winter Park residents fighting to preserve the 128-year-old Capen House saw a glimmer of hope.
Check out the Winter Park Sip & Stroll
The Winter Park Sip and Stroll, a unique wine walk will be on Thursday, June 13.
Local business named Retail Star
DeVanes Distinctive Home Accessories & Gifts has been named one of Home Accents Today’s 50 Retail Stars for 2013.
Uproar over digital signs stopped developers.
Some Maitland City Council members and citizens want to make sure the controversial issue never comes back again.
Austin's cult following
Austin's revival started with a customer buying it, adding pie, and earning a cult following.
Hearing on coops
Supporters of allowing urban chickens to roost in Maitland backyards will have a chance to cluck their case.
Best finish ever
The UCF women’s outdoor track and field team raced past the competition and into the history books last month.
Board member at 17
The first and only teenager sitting on a Winter Park government board, 17-year-old Joseph Robillard has big plans for the city.