Canadians are laughing at us. They think Americans are a bit daft.
Should America elect Trump, our Canadian neighbors won’t be laughing. Few of us will.
All it would take is some brutal revelation of dishonest dealings by her, her family and/or associates and the props holding her up could be kicked away.
Hillary is profiting to the point that many of her supporters are suggesting it's time for her to start sizing up the drapes for when she moves into the White House.
Wristbands spread message
Winter Park police officers are recognizing residents performing good deeds with wristbands — each inscribed with a serial number so their journey can be tracked.
What was the city up to in 1924?
There are two new portals to access current and historical city records. The first portal is a library of City Council meeting minutes going back to 1924.
CoffeeTalk with Commissioner Carolyn Cooper
CoffeeTalk featuring Commissioner Cooper will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at 8 a.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center located at 151 W. Lyman Ave.
UCF hits gridiron Saturday
A new era begins for the UCF Knights on Saturday under new coach Scott Frost.
Maitland project shapes downtown
Twelve years ago redeveloping Maitland’s downtown was still a dream. That vision came closer to reality last week with the approval of Maitland Estates.
Deal offered chief job
The city recently offered the position of police chief to Atlantic Beach Police Chief J. Michael Deal, who accepted the offer and is currently undergoing a background check process.
City approves incentives
Winter Park City Commissioners approved three new incentives during their meeting last Monday to encourage residents to create a historic district in their neighborhood or put their homes on the city’s historic registry.
Popcorn Flicks in the Park
The Popcorn Flicks in the Park series continues on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 8 p.m. with a free screening of “Cool Hand Luke” in Winter Park’s Central Park.
Attorney receives highest rating
Nicole Latham Carolan of law firm of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, P.A. recently received the highest rating available to attorneys by the nationally recognized Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.
The annual Visit Orlando's Magical Dining Month includes more than 90 restaurants offering three-course meals for $33.
Even if you have champagne tastes, and a beer-bottle budget, we can all afford to indulge our palates in this glorious, month-long celebration of Orlando’s sophisticated dining universe.
Solar tax cut wins
Ted Edwards and Emily Bonilla will face off in general election after taking top two slots in primary.
Save the date – golf course grand reopening
The newly renovated Winter Park Golf Course will celebrate its Grand Reopening Ceremony the week of Oct. 1.
Let students think for and about themselves as evolving forces for the good of all.
When you ask the average student why he is in high school or college, he may say something to the effect that: “I have to learn how to make a living."
Dogs can benefit from pool activity
Hydrotherapy has been a prescribed exercise by human doctors for a variety of conditions. What’s good for us is also good for our beloved dogs.
Council Meeting Recap
Maitland welcomed D Dog’s Lodge to their city during the last council meeting.
Few of us would be alive today, arguably, if we necessarily got what we deserved. Few of us are Snow White.
We’re murderous creatures, we humans. We kill in self-defense. Of course we do. We kill to protect loved ones, particularly our children. We kill in the name of patriotism.
Chief moves on
It’s difficult for Winter Park Police Chief Brett Railey to wrap his head around it: the fact that he will wake up next Monday morning and not put on his uniform.
New design revealed
Maitland City Council are looking at a new design for the city's main street.