To me any halo is a better hat than most I have yet worn.
To be an acceptable rake requires both historical knowledge and a measure of courage, for one must have the guts to step completely out of line from most of his compatriots.
Balancing the budget
On Monday, Sept. 14, the City Council will hold the first of two public meetings required to adopt the fiscal year 2016 millage rate.
City gets bike-share stop
Juice Bike Share will be opening up its first bike station for use in Winter Park at the Valencia College campus off of Morse Boulevard later this month.
I’m on pins and needles in anticipation of the first Republican presidential debate scheduled for Thursday evening (Aug. 6) on Fox News.
Only 10 candidates will be on the Cleveland stage but we’ll see enough to get the drift.
Proposals come in
The proposed developer of the north block of Horatio Avenue in Maitland is looking to gain some independence with pre-application redevelopment plans submitted to the city in late July.
Joshua Vickery’s remarkable CFCArts will present the beautiful Brahms Requiem with a full chamber orchestra on Aug. 6 and 7 at the First Presbyterian Church of Maitland.
This German requiem focuses on the living, beginning with the text "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted."
Flowers for a cure
Carly Springhart is on a mission to find a cure for Rett syndrome, a debilitating neurological disorder that mostly affects girls; her sister Brooklyn one of them.
Restricting board members?
A proposal to potentially restrict how Winter Park’s advisory board members speak to news media was raised during a meeting last month between two city officials.
Dawgs escape pound
The Dawgs had struggled to break free from a traumatically bad start to the season until a one-game playoff against the Deland Suns forced them into a must-win.
Capen House gets a grant
The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden is excited to announce that Orange County Arts and Cultural Affairs has awarded them a cultural facilities matching grant of $107,000.
Baldwin Park First Friday Festival
This month’s First Friday Festival will be 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 7, along New Broad Street in Baldwin Park.
A life of flight
On Aug. 14, Bob Springer, fighter/bomber pilot, Top Gun aviator and NASA astronaut will speak at a special event for veterans at One Senior Place in Altamonte Springs.
Personal space a thing of the past
Face recognition is here, which means that cameras and sophisticated computers will recognize you even as you, uh, head down the street.
What's your city vision?
The Vision Winter Park team is continuing to work with the community in setting the stage to guide the vision for the city’s future.
New bay for fire station
A new fire engine bay planned for an outdated station in Winter Park may be the fire department’s latest method to get to emergencies faster.
Now that a new school year is almost upon us, you may be thinking of what to do with your dog during the day while everyone is out of the house.
If you feel your dog may benefit from doggie daycare, how do you find the right one for your pup? Not all dog daycare facilities are created equal, so do your homework.
Co-op harnesses solar power
Winter Park residents wanting to limit their home’s dependency on fossil fuels now have a safer and cheaper option: solar power co-operative groups.
The subject of music has inspired many diverse and fascinating quotes from many diverse and fascinating people.
Napoleon said, “Music, of all the liberal arts, has the greatest influence over the passions, and it is that art to which the legislator ought to bestow greatest encouragement.”
Maitland votes for increase
After raising taxes for the first time in seven years last year, Maitland is on its way to bumping rates again. Across city lines, Winter Park City Commissioners also considered an uptick in the millage on Monday.
More apartments for Maitland
The Maitland City Council voted on Monday to replace the mucky lot with planned development complete with 315 apartments, and plans for a 14-floor office building and 120-room hotel, deemed Maitland West.