Installing free game libraries
In the wake of an incident that left their neighborhood sidewalks empty and laughter-free, two Winter Park children have come up with a way to return the joy to their community.
The homeless vet deadline
This year, Veterans Day brings a special urgency thanks to President Obama’s ambitious plan to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015.
Keeping up with Sy Israel
On any given day, you will see his slender, compact form working behind his office desk at Orlando’s Universal Engineering Sciences’ sprawling headquarters on Maggie Boulevard.
Regulating street musicians
Street musicians performing in downtown Winter Park might have to face the music and move elsewhere if a proposed city ordinance becomes law.
Cardiovascular disease can affect you even if you're a healthy eater due to lack of cardiorespiratory fitness.
Have you felt less motivated or energetic as you have been in the past? This could be caused by a lack of exercise.
Senior activities abound throughout Central Florida throughout November.
Any music lover living in our area should now perforce applaud things taking place on our musical scene.
Any attentive musician would have to be deaf not to have discerned a change in our local musical climate and activities.
Suspect on the loose
A man was shot near Pennsylvania Avenue on Halloween night – and Winter Park Police are still searching for an attempted murder suspect on the loose.
Know your enrollment period
Medicare Open Enrollment, which occurs annually from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, marks an important time of year for individuals older than 65 to change their health plans.
Showcasing older artists
Jane Kirkendoll is one of dozens of senior artists who were featured at the Mayflower Retirement Community’s second annual juried art show “Art for Generations” in Winter Park on Oct. 29.
City allows more signs
Maitland event organizers hope you’ll soon see their newly erected signs throughout the city and that they’ll open up your eyes to all the upcoming goings-on at Lake Lily Park.
Stay in touch with the city
The city of Maitland is pleased to announce the launch of the free smartphone app called My Maitland.
The Republican presidential nominating process is like watching a train wreck in real time.
In today’s Republican Party “thoughtful conservatism” is an oxymoron.
The most fun gala of the season is the Orlando Science Center’s not-to-be-missed Neanderthal Ball this weekend on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m.
The dress code is “Knock ‘em Dead Caveman” (think animal-print tie or leopard cocktail dress) while the big excitement is the chance to experience the exhibit Mummies of the World.
Edgewater, Boone face off
The rivalry game has happened annually since 1952 when Orlando High School was split into the two current schools.
A lifetime of philanthropy
Elizabeth Brothers was one of the earliest voices of philanthropy in the Central Florida community.
Alfond Inn ranked seventh best hotel in the nation
The Alfond Inn, the boutique hotel at Rollins College, was named as the seventh best hotel property in the United States by Condé Nast Traveler.
Not only are we a leader in the tourism and high-tech industries, but we are also a burgeoning leader in the realm of fine arts and culture.
Orange County government has stepped up to help artistic organizations fill the gaps in their funding.
Veterans Day Celebration
On Friday, Nov. 6, at 10 a.m., the city of Winter Park will present its fifth annual Veterans Day Celebration “Honoring Winter Park Heroes.”
A well-rounded education including exposure to high-quality extracurricular opportunities helps to build life skills essential to your child’s success, and can help further their academic achievement.