Your home is a like a living breathing organism. You need to take care of it in order for it to stay healthy and avoid costly surprises like wood rot, roof repairs or worse.
Similar to going to your doctor for regular check ups, checking in on the condition of your home and performing preventative care maintenance can save you major money and protect your investment for the long run.
My whole life I have been getting people to pay me to do things I love to do, so that I wouldn’t ever have to work for a living.
As an opera singer, after the final curtain fell, I left tragic plots in an ash can on the way back to real life.
Here are some tips to help jump-start weight loss
Like humans, pets can fall into routines where they get far less exercise and eat much more than an owner may estimate.
It’s important that you’re ready to quickly make a solid offer
The spring and summer buying season always means a surge in the number of those on the hunt to purchase a home.
Susan Fedor Hoover, 60, of Winter Park, died May 1, 2015.
Susan resided all of her adult life in Winter Park, where she raised her three children, Christopher, Katie-Rose and John Patrick, and was an active parishioner at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church.
City looks to change restrictions
Members of the Maitland City Council are now debating how they can crack the city’s code to encourage more mixed-use projects in the city center.
Honor the MPD during National Police Week
This year National Police Week is Sunday, May 10, through Saturday, May 16.
Having babies — I recommend — is something you should do when you’re young. There is something to be said for “not knowing any better.”
Babies (and children) are incredibly time-consuming, demanding and, as anyone who’s had the experience clearly understands, make you conform to their schedule.
Architect voted down
A proposal from Winter Park Mayor Steve Leary to appoint new members to the Historic Preservation Board was shot down on Monday by three City Commissioners.
It’s a tale as old as time. Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” the smash hit Broadway musical, is coming to the Dr. Phillips Center.
Let the whole family experience the enchantment. “Beauty and the Beast” is appropriate for all ages.
Here are the steps you need to take.
If your tax e-file was rejected or you were expecting a tax refund long before now, there's a chance that you've been the victim of identity theft.
Grant awarded to Rollins College center
The Rollins College Center for Health Innovation at the Hamilton Holt School has been awarded a $30,116 grant from the Winter Park Health Foundation to fund a regional conference.
Popcorn Flicks returns to Central Park
There will be a showing of “A Little Princess” on May 14 at 8 p.m.
Volleyballer over comes odds
For the first time on record a boys volleyball player from Florida was recruited to the No. 1 collegiate volleyball program in the nation — and he was pulled right off Winter Park’s home court.
Apparent violent incident
George Zimmerman has been shot in a violent incident in Lake Mary this afternoon.
Historic Preservation Ordinance Public Forum
The city will host two Historic Preservation Ordinance Public Forums on Thursday, May 7, at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center.
How you can help homeless vets
There still are too many veterans on the street. You can help by stepping forward and participating in a Stand Down.
UCF takes the series
Continuing their tradition of losing to bad teams and beating good teams, the UCF baseball team took a three-game series against USF last weekend.
WPHS wins big
Gibbons would rip off a final lap six seconds faster than the one before, her last 400 meters disappearing in 75.050 seconds.
A bad taste doesn't always mean bad breath.
Millions of people who think they have bad breath do not, when examined objectively by professionals.