Meet UCF coach, players
The UCF Knights are readying for their first kickoff, with an off-season’s worth of anticipation built up behind new head coach Scott Frost.
Taste of the Nation
Central Florida’s most distinguished chefs will join forces from 6:45 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Orlando World Center Marriot, 8701 World Center Drive, to help fight the nation’s childhood hunger epidemic at Orlando's Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry.
Firm names new portfolio manager
David Vaughan Investments Inc. is pleased to announce that Jonathan (Pierce) Timko has joined the firm as a portfolio manager in its Winter Park office.
The final free outdoor movie in Orlando’s Lake Eola Park begins at 6 p.m. with activities and music from Mix 105.1.
Bring the family, some chairs and a banana or two to Lake Eola Park on Friday, Aug. 26, at 6 p.m. as Orlando hosts a free screening of "Minions."
We have an opportunity to improve our unique city once again. Let’s get on with it.
If the loss of green space is a concern, this battle should have been fought back when the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center was built.
Managing your mosquito problems
Have a mosquito concern? Contact the Orange County Office of Mosquito Safety. Call 407-254-9120 to open a ticket.
In retrospect the performance was a sound concept soundly delivered for people on a hot summer evening in Orlando — and what a refreshing idea.
Monday evening b.w. and I went to a concert of dance music from Bolivia, Argentina, and Spain presented by the Orlando Philharmonic at the Plaza Live Theatre.
Algae along Lake Baldwin shoreline
The accumulation of large volumes of plant material and algae on the shoreline of Lake Baldwin is due to an infrequent but naturally occurring process.
HIV only spread through body fluids
Since those early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s we have made tremendous progress.
I ask Marco Rubio the question that my father put to me when I spoke with pious certainty, “Who died and made you Pope?”
Marco Rubio claims he’ll, “err on the side of life.” What exactly does that mean? Whose life should “we” err on the side of?
Hostage escapes from husband
It began with a single word via text massage: “help.”
Football season approaches
Fans will be eager to see how Winter Park’s team shapes up after a disappointing 5-5 season last year that saw the Wildcats hold opponents to less than two touchdowns just twice.
City revisits project
The Winter Park City Commission last Monday discussed revisiting the construction of a monument in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. – a conceptualized project that never came to fruition.
Music for a cause
Residents can support the Pulse shooting victims while hear world-class opera by attending the One Voice Orlando benefit concert on Sept. 11.
Sunscreen is key
With summer heating up, it’s important to remember that overexposure to the sun can have harmful side effects, such as increasing your risk of developing skin cancer.
A lesson in vitamin D
I have seen only one case of vitamin D excess in my career. It is very rare if people are taking less than 4,000 IU of vitamin D daily.
Bike paths popping up
According to BikeOrlando.net, there are more than 150 miles of paved, off-street bike paths within a 30-mile radius of downtown Orlando.
Project presses on
A Maitland apartment complex project approved in 2004 is back with a new developer and a new name.
Orlando's Taste of the Nation
Central Florida’s most distinguished chefs will join forces from 6:45 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Orlando World Center Marriot, 8701 World Center Drive.
How to plan for tropical storms
From pets to supplies, there's plenty of planning to do when it comes to tropical storm season.