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Josh Garrick: February preview

Get a sneak peek at all the best cultural events happening in February.

It’s a form of art exhibit as members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Maitland present 30 tablescapes of amazing creativity.

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Lake Minehaha to get public lakeside deck

Mayor to help cost

Former mayor Howard Schieferdecker got approval Monday to deck out Minnehaha Park with a new amenity: an observation deck.

Winter Park City Talk

Unity Heritage Festival

Residents and local businesses will come together to celebrate the city’s 15th annual Unity Heritage Festival

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Christina Rordam: Seeing the forest when selling, buying

The forest for the trees

It’s a saying we’ve all heard and with just cause, “Don’t lose sight of the forest for the trees”.

Louis Roney: Glass Houses

An old American Indian proverb goes: “Don’t judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins.”

An old American Indian proverb goes: “Don’t judge any man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins.”

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Massive Winter Park Ravaudage project moving again

After slowdown

It’s been years in the making, but Ravaudage is picking up steam – and finally showing visible signs of progress.

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association's new president

Bruce Elliott

The Orlando Regional Realtor Association will induct member Bruce Elliott, Regal R.E. Professionals LLC, as 2017 president at its upcoming annual awards and inaugural gala.

Maitland City Talk

What passed and who's new in city government this week.

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Library legal fight has cost Winter Park $200,000

Taxes for defense

“The $200,000 that this lawsuit has cost the citizens of Winter Park is really just the tip of the iceberg.”

Chris Jepson: Better for women, better for men

The better it is for women, the better it is for men.

The better it is for women, the better it is for men.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

Originating in the Scottish Highlands during the 11th Century, Highland Games have long been an audience-favorite spectacle.

Originating in the Scottish Highlands during the 11th Century, Highland Games have long been an audience-favorite spectacle.

Community Bulletin: Park Plaza wins award

Park Plaza Hotel was selected for the 2016 Winter Park Small Business Excellence Award in the Hotels classification by the Winter Park Small Business Excellence Award Program.

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Calendar: Popcorn flicks presents "The Producers"

Popcorn Flicks in the Park continues with a free screening of “The Producers” in Winter Park’s Central Park from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12.

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Knights still strong after UConn loss

After UConn loss

The UConn Huskies continued to be a thorn in UCF’s side as they won 64-49 when UCF traveled to a freezing Connecticut on Sunday.

Basketball scores for Rollins, Edgewater, Winter Park

'Cats, Eagles, Tars

The Tars bounced back from four straight losses with a 59-47 thrashing of Palm Beach Atlantic Jan. 7.

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Suspicious package threat shuts down part of Winter Park

Suspicious package

Police called in the bomb squad, using a robot to investigate a suspicious package found near Winter Park's downtown core Wednesday afternoon. The package was later deemed non-dangerous.

Letter to the editor: Know how to lose

I have noticed that most of the persons who voted in the recent election for the losing candidate must be from the group having grown up not knowing how to lose.

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Nurse's legacy lives on in Baldwin Park event

Honoring a legacy

Tori Sheahan’s legacy and emphasis on a healthy lifestyle and mindset will be honored at the Walk ‘n Talk for Life event on Jan. 7 at Harbor Park in Baldwin Park.

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Popcorn Flicks in the Park

Popcorn Flicks in the Park continues with a free screening of “The Producers” in Winter Park’s Central Park from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12.

Community Bulletin

Over $1 million committed to new library

The Winter Park Public Library is proud to announce that more than $1 million has been committed to build the new library.

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