What's the better option?
Some people drink coffee for the caffeine; some people drink decaf to avoid the caffeine; most people like both the taste and the caffeine effect.
I fear that if elected she will involve America in more Middle East interventions.
My problem with Hillary Clinton as president centers around her “history” of supporting American aggression abroad.
Theodore J. Wilson lost battle with cancer
Theodore J. Wilson, Ted to everyone who knew him, finally lost a hard fought battle with cancer on April 28.
Senior activities abound
Join One Senior Place for an interactive workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11, on celebrating your talents, reinventing yourself.
The Maitland City Council is again second-guessing what Independence Lane should look like, frustrating developers.
Maitland celebrates EMS Week
The city of Maitland would like you to join them in recognizing the 42nd annual National EMS Week from May 15 to 21.
Pros and cons for library site
As we discuss the pros and cons for the proposed Martin Luther King Jr. Park library site, what’s at stake here?
Cinco de Mayo at 4 Rivers
John Rivers and team are trading in their cowboy hats for sombreros to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a patio party at 4 Rivers Smokehouse in Winter Park.
Ice cream social raises $18,000
Nearly 1,000 people attended the sixth annual ice cream social last month to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Florida, raising more than $18,000. The event has raised more than $118,000 in its six years.
Protecting historic properties
Casa Feliz will host its 10th annual James Gamble Rogers II Colloquium on Historic Preservation to celebrate the area’s rich architectural resources.
Derby on Park
The exciting ambiance of the Kentucky Derby is brought right here to Winter Park at the Derby on Park event from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, at the Winter Park Country Club, located at 761 Old England Ave.
Property overpaid for?
Winter Park may have a potential buyer for the former Booby Trap property – a transaction that would still leave the city $160,000 in the hole.
Baseball teams ousted
Winter Park High School and Edgewater High School baseball teams both saw their seasons come to an end last Wednesday.
Denning Drive walking tour and public meeting
The city of Winter Park, with assistance from GAI Consultants Inc., will hold two public involvement meetings to discuss Denning Drive, its current conditions, and future possibilities.
A very famous shrink whom I knew in New York wrote a book saying that artists do things that are normal for artists, but would be deemed lunatic in less gifted people.
The fact is, people who have to sing stratospheric high notes are apt to sacrifice some of the routine normalities that less complicated people are free to enjoy.
Graphic shows spread
Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes are expected to be on their way to Seminole County in numbers higher than nearly all of the country.
In two days
Winter Park saw two shootings in two days earlier this week, with one resulting in the third homicide the city has seen this year.
Free living healthy workshops
The Winter Park Fire-Rescue Department is offering free Living Healthy and Living Healthy with Diabetes community workshops.
No chickens for Winter Park
Did the Winter Park City Commission lay an egg during their last meeting? Pro-chicken residents in Winter Park would argue “yes.”
Battle on lacrosse field
Tyler and Taylor Thomas are two senior members of the Rollins women’s lacrosse team.