MLK site in question
An effort to keep Winter Park’s new library out of Martin Luther King Jr. Park may have just received its biggest boost yet – thanks to an assistant state attorney.
When I was singing in Germany, I got used to hearing, “in Germany all things are better.”
Indeed, I found each country had its good and bad sides.
Know what dog is right for you
When people decide they want a dog, they often decide what breed they want without concern for whether that breed is consistent with their lifestyle.
Suspects in disguise
Appearances can be deceiving. A Winter Park Metro PCS Store and a local resident learned that the hard way last week.
Freshman leads team in aces
The Winter Park/Mailand Observer has chosen Winter Park High School vollyeball player Mallory Downing as their athlete of the month!
Lobbyist position under scrutiny
Maitland residents pay their state lobbyist a per capita rate higher – in some cases double – what other cities pay.
I am extremely distressed and upset by the new policy concerning the cats at Mead Gardens.
As an educator, I have always taught my students humane values. With this policy, it is kindness and compassion that are being punished and cruelty is being rewarded.
Eight new jobs in the city
City senior staff recommended the addition of eight positions in fiscal year 2017, including five police officers, a fire inspector, building inspector, and a fleet maintenance mechanic.
Know the signs
Bystanders are key players that have the power to make a difference by reporting the behavior or supporting students who are being bullied.
Ready for fall?
Here at the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, we say, “Bring on the pumpkin spice!”
Winter Park Autumn Art Festival
Get your art fix at the 43rd annual Winter Park Autumn Art Festival in Winter Park’s Central Park on Oct. 8 and 9.
Are fines the answer?
A Deltona City Commissioner told Winter Park on Monday that fining residents for feeding cats isn't the answer to their cat problems.
A look at three local universities
This month, I will highlight three private universities in District 5 and the unique benefits each institution brings to our community.
Local quarterback named player of the week
Danny May, a Beloit College senior quarterback from Maitland (Bishop Moore), was named the Midwest Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending Sept. 18.
Johanna Lopez receives Queen Smith Award
Orange County Public Schools 2017 Teacher of the Year Johanna Lopez is the winner of the 2016 Queen Smith Award.
Planning helps week ahead
Sundays can be a family’s much-needed lifesaver. Because life in these modern times moves exceptionally fast.
Knights even record
The resounding win, coupled with a season-opening 38-0 smashing of South Carolina State, bookended a pair of big losses against then No. 5 Michigan and Maryland.
Artwork captures Greece
It’s three dimensions and three millennia of decayed marble, captured in two-dimensional photographs with the far more modern artistic technique of printing on brushed aluminum.
An art exhibit that began in Athens in 480 B.C.
Your Arts Editor – Josh Garrick – returns to the Henao Center with a free and open to the public opening on Oct. 1 beginning at 7 p.m.
Support your local varsity volleyball team!
Check here for the ongoing varsity volleyball schedule of Winter Park High School, Edgewater High School, Trinity Preparatory School and Orangewood Christian School.