Losing streak extends to three
Winter Park’s record pace start has turned into an almost unprecedented collapse for the football team.
Kick off Feed the Need
On Friday, Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. at City Hall Plaza located at 401 S. Park Ave., community partners will join together to kick off the Feed the Need campaign that officially begins Saturday, Nov. 1, and goes through Friday, Nov. 21.
Raise money for charity
It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child, and CBC is reaching out to that village by hosting its inaugural Stroller Derby 5K at Harbor Park in Baldwin Park.
Toughest opponent yet?
For the third straight game the Knights have a one-touchdown win under their belts, and now they await a Temple team that’s surprised the AAC.
Pedestrian crossing safety improves
For the last few years, Keith Wiedemann wasn’t sure if he could make it across Aloma Avenue alive. If a car ran a red light or turned right on a red, the blind Winter Park resident couldn’t see it.
A symphony composition, whether Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, or Mahler can often be a work of great genius bringing all kinds of instruments together, each with its own individual sound.
Such collaboration makes for some of the greatest music ever created, and ever performed.
Prep begins for peacock fountain
Winter Park Life Scout John Michael Thomas could have the fountain paying tribute to a fallen friend fully funded within the next couple weeks. And the site for the fountain is already being prepared.
Halloween reminders from Maitland Police and Fire-Rescue departments
Employees at Maitland’s two fire stations will distribute candy to trick-or-treaters from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31.
I have some advice for wait staff: If you want to increase your tips, adjust your language.
Is it really “no problem” that you are waiting on me and my guests? Is it “no problem” that I will be giving you money?
Hepatitis C cure announced
In more than 90 percent of trial patients of a new drug, hepatitis C was undetectable in their blood 12 weeks after treatment, which doctors consider a cure.
Dust off those fancy Western boots and get-on-down to Winter Park's West Meadow on Oct. 25 for the fourth annual Cows ‘n Cabs to benefit the Community Food & Outreach Center.
You can guess about the cows; the cabs are cabernets.
Maitland Council to vote Thursday
With an affirmative vote from the Maitland City Council on Thursday, the lot where the old decrepit Winn-Dixie resides could finally be getting a makeover – rising from the ashes into a mixed-use six-story apartment building.
3D projection shows coming to Winter Park
A projection mapping show will be held at Winter Park’s holiday season indoor ice-skating event, Winter in the Park, running Nov. 14 through Jan. 11.
Pet Costume Contest presented by The Doggie Door
The 15th annual free Pet Costume Contest presented by The Doggie Door will feature a large dog contest at 11 a.m. and a small dog contest at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26, at the corner of Park and Garfield avenues in downtown Winter Park.
Ends term on own terms
Winter Park will have a new mayor by next March. Mayor Ken Bradley announced that he would not be running for a third term Tuesday due to multiple personal reasons.
Face Hagerty on Friday
After being felled in back-to-back losses that crippled an early season’s undefeated momentum, the Winter Park Wildcats are looking to get rolling against Hagerty on the gridiron this Friday.
Through collaborative work with the Orange and Seminole counties sheriff’s offices, two arrests were made in relation to the Winter Park robbery.
Public safety is always top priority. When crime happens, our police department acts swiftly.
What will replace Mt. Vernon Inn?
Winter Park residents got their first glimpse last Tuesday night of the latest version of Unicorp’s newest development along U.S. Highway 17-92.
From health care to exercise and diet, it seems there is something new to be learned every day in the world of health and fitness.
Fortunately, there are several opportunities for health education and training right here in our very own community.
Our intuition is an important guiding tool for us as women. Without it we are a bit handicapped, honestly.
Like my keys, wallet and phone, I don’t leave the house without it.