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Louis Roney: Sizing up our lives

I believe that the United States is a morally good nation that wishes to have no enemies at all.

This is much like a very good-natured friendly dog who wishes to have no fleas, but attracts them whenever he walks out the door.

Cross training to enhance your dog’s fitness

Training is just as important for dogs as humans.

Recently, there’s been a lot of research in the field of canine conditioning, mostly to improve the performance of canine athletes and performance dogs.

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Demolition begins on the Mt. Vernon Inn

Demolition begins

Winter Park said goodbye to a cherished landmark on Monday as demolition began of the Mt. Vernon Inn, making way for a new development in its place along U.S. Highway 17-92.

Maitland City Talk

Honoring local heros

The fire chief recognized several members of the department who have gone above and beyond in delivering exceptional customer service to the citizens, businesses and visitors of Maitland.

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Budget balloons for Maitland boardwalk project

Boardwalk project passes

The boardwalk will connect residents living to the west of the railroad tracks to the station by cutting through the wooded area where Marion Way intersects with Robinhood Drive in the Greenwood Gardens neighborhood through to the SunRail station platform.

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Plan your Fourth of July in Central Florida

Where to spend your holiday

Tips to where to spend your Fourth of July in Central Florida and beyond.

Chris Jepson: America is unquestionably exceptional

As others see us, America considers itself a paragon of virtue, without peer in the world of democratic nations.

Yes, we are the leader of the West, of developed nations but, really, we are truly, inherently an exceptional people. A cut above, so to speak.

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Oviedo couple works to make e-cigs safer

A stop-smoking crusade

Her mother-in-law dying of cancer, a local woman wanted to sell people on a way to quit. Now she might have made it even safer.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

Orlando Repertory Theatre will present a one-night-only concert starring Ashley Brown, Broadway’s original Mary Poppins!

The concert is set for June 27 at 7 p.m. Ms. Brown originated the title role in “Mary Poppins” on Broadway.

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Winter Park Diamond Dawgs’ streak snaps in Sanford

Dawgs dig out

Winter Park was on a four-game roll before they rolled into Sanford on Tuesday. They left with a 10-0 blowout loss that was cut short on a mercy rule.

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Restaurant review: Carmel Kitchen

Mo-Med flavors in Winter Park

In my recent visit to Carmel Kitchen, I was anxious to experience an array of tastes considering all they had to inspire them – and I came away inspired.

Community Bulletin

Dental office offering free dental exams for veterans

Advanced Park Dental, located at 329 N. Park Ave. #360 in Winter Park, would like to recognize and thank veterans, law enforcement officers, and firefighters for their service to our country by offering complimentary dental exam during the month of July.

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Food Truck Bazaar

Come out to the Food Truck Bazaar from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 26, at the Maitland Civic Center.

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Orlando Sobik's Subs founder passes away

Launched famed chain

John Sobik Jr., founder of Sobik's Subs, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 19 in Albany, New York at the age of 76.

Letter to the Editor: A vision for the library

Read the study

The Winter Park Public Library task force will be presenting their year long study concerning the future of our library.

Winter Park City Talk

Vision Winter Park officially launched

Vision Winter Park has marked the start of a year-long process by launching its official website visionwinterpark.org and logo.

The healing properties of honey

How honey can help

Honey has been used since ancient times for wound healing, and modern science confirms it is an effective way of treating superficial burns and ulcers.

Louis Roney: Pace, Mio Dio

Taking sides on issues, and acting on convictions, is as American as bagels, turnip greens, chili, and pizza.

Nowadays most of us confront things, which we want neither to espouse nor to oppose. “How do you feel about...?”

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Morse Museum celebrates 20 years on Park Avenue

Museum celebrates 20 years

Opened 73 years ago by a husband and wife with a vision that became an artistic legacy spanning two families, the Morse has grown into a living tribute to the past.

Maitland City Talk

Celebrate Maitland's birthday

Gather your friends and family and join us on Saturday, July 25, for Maitland's 130th birthday celebration at Lake Lily Park starting at 6 p.m.

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