Here's a grill tip just in time for summer
How to cook two things at once on the grill.
Next steps for Festival Street
On June 8, the CRA Board approved advancement of plans to create a “Festival Street” for Independence Lane between Packwood Avenue and Horatio Avenue in conjunction with the new Maitland City Centre project.
Ordinance made permanent
There will be no coup necessary by Maitland’s chicken-keeping population, after the City Council voted on Monday to let backyard coops stay roosted in the city on a permanent basis.
The latest national distraction is Bruce Jenner’s transformation to a woman.
While sympathetic to the sorrow that must accompany such confusion and doubt, I simply do not care.
In “Colors,” the CFCArts Symphony Orchestra will present symphonic masterpieces in an immersive concert that embraces special lighting, projection, and visual art.
Bringing both familiar and unexpected music to life before our eyes (and ears), this creative, collaborative, and colorful concert will be performed at Calvary Assembly in Winter Park.
Dawgs, Rats lead
A week into the season, the Florida Collegiate Summer League is looking to be hyper-competitive, with all but one team within a game and a half of the league lead.
Questioning an extension
Winter Park could be coming closer to a new Whole Foods Market location and an extension of Lee Road to help traffic along U.S. Highway 17-92, but it may come at a great financial risk to the city.
Scooter store scores deal
Ride Green Scooters on West Fairbanks Ave. in Winter Park has announced its appointment as the exclusive Sym and Lance Powersports franchised dealer for the Central Florida area.
Sip, Shop and Stroll
The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and Park Avenue Merchants Association invite you to sip, shop and stroll with your sweetheart on Thursday, June 11, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Three generations volunteer
When a new firefighter graduates, it is tradition that a family member has the honor of pinning on that first badge. When Matthew was pinned, it was an historic moment for the family and the county.
Local startup grows
Thanks to some local entrepreneurs, finding the best place to move just got a lot easier.
A decade of espresso-ing your thoughts
This year marks the 10th anniversary of CoffeeTalk and it still rings true as the place for citizens that have “a latte beans to grind” or who simply want to “espresso their thoughts.”
Students take the theater
Thanks to a donation by Walt Disney World Resort to United Arts of Central Florida, all 13,000 of Orange County’s eighth graders got to attend a special performance at the Dr. Phillips Center.
It is so important to do cardiovascular activity for a number of reasons.
When exercising, your heart will beat faster to pump blood though out your body to provide oxygen to the tissues.
Good news for those who don't like to work out
Now this is one piece of research I can really get behind: Exercising less than the recommended 30 minutes a day still has benefits.
Senior events abound
Find out about the month's best senior events happening throughout Central Florida this month.
Vet's house almost finished
A year-long effort to give a wounded U.S. Army veteran a new house in Winter Park has reached the home stretch, with construction completed and the site nearly ready for the home’s installation.
The long-term effects of football’s head injuries become ever more evident.
Football is a game I played, and is a game I love, but I remember receiving a blow to my head in a night game once, that knocked me out for several minutes.
Flea infestations are incredibly annoying and tough to beat
A pre-emptive attack could make a big difference in this summer's flea wars.
Voter fraud suit stays
A judge denied a motion to dismiss lawsuits against Eatonville Mayor Anthony Grant and the Orange County Canvassing Board last month, stemming from former mayor Bruce Mount’s accusations of voter fraud.