Eagles out of finals
Edgewater’s dramatic run through the postseason took them all the way to within an overtime period of their first appearance in the state championship game in 11 years.
Winter Park resident earns doctoral degree
Winter Park resident Matthew Nichter earning a doctoral degree in philosophy and sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Baldwin Park First Friday Festival
First Friday is a monthly event where patrons can shop, stroll and sip their way through Baldwin Park's beautiful Village Center.
Giuliani is continuing his very calculated effort to stay relevant by appealing to the ugliest emotions of the Republican Party's base.
That's what Rudy Giuliani is: a demagogue whose hateful rants are amplified by media who thrive on hateful rants.
Vote for city to win
Do not pass go, do not collect $200, go straight to votemonopoly.com and vote for Maitland to land its own space on Monopoly’s next game board.
With a season-ending win, they could finally exorcise a ghost that’s haunted them since after the 2004-05 season:
Pedestrian and bicycle safety enforcement steps up
Since November 2014 the Winter Park Police Department has been actively sharing the “Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow” campaigns traffic safety message.
Winter Park candidates debate
Winter Park took a better look at the four candidates vying for two open seats on the City Commission this month as an ongoing series of public debates were held throughout the city.
Check training level before you hire
When you’re looking for someone to work with your dog, the first question you should ask is about their training and certification.
Can the Knights win out?
The Knights’ dream of avoiding a losing conference season ended on their home court in overtime on Sunday, when the Memphis Tigers took them down 75-65.
Play time helps brain time
Planned activity in the form of physical education not only benefits students in the here and now, but also in the future.
In a long life such as mine, I have been in many places I never though I would go, and have met people in many walks of life I never thought I would meet.
And now I relish living in our Winter Park home with my b.w., and enjoying our many charming dear friends and neighbors. Life has never been better!
Funding comes in for quiet zones
Winter Park and Maitland railroad crossings are set to get significantly quieter in the next three years.
Soccer team takes title
Orangewood Christian School won the state soccer championship on Feb. 12, beating Santa Fe Catholic by a score of 6-1 at Eastern Florida State College.
Meet Rollins' new president
A six-month-long search came to an end last week as Winter Park’s liberal arts college announced Grant Cornwell as its new president.
FDOT information and more
On Feb. 17, the I-4 Ultimate Project team hosted a groundbreaking ceremony in Maitland to kick off the project with Gov. Rick Scott.
Carver brings park to life
Human faces and animal forms stare back at you from the forest, hand-carved into the tree trunks. It’s an art gallery set in the most organic form.
I’ve been fortunate all my life to be good friends with old men.
Being able to laugh uproariously at the foibles of mankind, at one’s self specifically, is a quality I seek in relationships. And kindness.
The Dr. Phillips Center launches a two-year partnership with Florida Blue Foundation with their first outdoor concert featuring Tiempo Libre.
Free and open to the public, this concert is part of the Center’s stated mission – “Arts for every life.”
Big Chief’s Night Out
Help raise money for the little Chiefs at Big Chief’s Night Out from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 12, at Dommerich Elementary.