Knights top Tulsa
The UCF Knights caught a rebound against Tulsa on Valentine's Day after losing to Cincinnati and UConn.
Lady Tars top Nova
The lady Tars haven’t seen a loss in nine-straight games, edging Nova Southeastern 63-59 and handling Lynn 61-50.
2016 Orlando Chili Cook-Off
The 2016 Orlando Chili Cook-Off runs from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Festival Park, located at 2911 Robinson St. in Orlando.
Naylor and Seidel debate
Incumbent Greg Seidel and challenger Wes Naylor squared off in a candidate forum hosted by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce at the Winter Park Welcome Center on Friday, Feb. 10.
Happy 75th Birthday to the Morse Museum!
The elegantly sophisticated Morse Museum, which opened its doors on the Rollins College campus on Feb. 17, 1942, is generously celebrating its 75th anniversary with free admission throughout February.
Girl scout goes to work
Baldwin Park Girl Scout Kelsey Chico spent her winter break donating 9,500 items to Hurricane Matthew victims in Haiti.
Take care of loved ones – and yourself
The many moving pieces of caregiving – physical, emotional, financial, legal, logistical, and more – can be overwhelming. Here are a few more tips and resources to help you on the caregiving journey.
It does not make sense to prohibit use of wood construction when state-of-the-art building codes identify its safe, long-term, and resilient.
The city of Maitland is looking into prohibiting wood-frame multi-family construction to improve the quality of the community. The citizens of Maitland would be hurt by such action and deserve better.
Region progresses in becoming pedestrian-friendly
Healthy Central Florida began its mission of creating a healthier community five years ago, and city officials are looking back on the progress so far.
Three helpful tips
Have you ever stood in line at a pharmacy and marveled at the countless number of drugs sitting on shelves behind the counter? It seems like there’s a drug — sometimes more than one — for every health condition.
Symptoms and tips for prevention
While most should get vaccinated, those with generally weaker immune systems are especially at risk – usually small children and seniors.
Candidates' Round 2
Winter Park's political season is heating up, with another candidate forum between incumbent City Commissioner Greg Seidel and challenger Wes Naylor.
Raising $ for WPHS
Winter Park’s second annual Restore the Roar 2017 – Feast on the 50 is back.
'No place like a clean home'
One Baldwin Park-based cleaning business is using a unique business model to add a personal touch to every home they visit.
But women's win streak continues
The Rollins College men's basketball team saw their five-game win streak end with two straight losses, but the women's team show no signs of slowing down with a conference-leading, seven-game win streak.
City Commission Candidate Forum
Good Morning Winter Park will feature a City Commission Candidate Forum from 8 to 9:15 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, at the Winter Park Welcome Center, located at 151 W. Lyman Ave.
Winter Park Playhouse announces Mainstage Series
The Winter Park Playhouse, Central Florida's only professional musical theatre, announces their 2017-2018 Mainstage Series of musical productions!
Board reverses city order
Seniors at the Village Park Senior apartment complex said they were desperate for more parking, but does Winter Park have the right to intervene?
An easy, delicious recipe
Valentine's Day – with its hearts in all shapes and sizes – might be the perfect (and a more relaxing) time of year to get your hands in the dough.
Help for low-income families
Low-income families just got a helping hand from the Winter Park Farmers Market, thanks to recently introduced SNAP/EBT payment methods.