Mead Garden in search of volunteers
Mead Botanical Garden is looking for garden enthusiasts to come out and be a part of the exciting growth!
Ira Levin’s “Death Trap” at WPHS
Winter Park High School will put on a production of Ira Levin’s “Death Trap” on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.; Friday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.; and Saturday, Oct. 4, at 2 and 7 p.m.
A majority of those responding to a recnt poll, 52 percent of them, described Barack Obama’s presidency as a “failure.”
Maybe the larger question is whether, in our poisonous atmosphere of U.S. politics, any president can be a success.
Hundreds of thousands marched throughout the world demanding action on climate change
Last Sunday, hundreds of thousands marched throughout the world demanding action on climate change.
Station celebrates milestone
Central Florida's only stictly jazz station, which began in the days when UCF was FTU — and was also once named WFTU — celebrated 35 years on Sept. 12.
WPHS football still undefeated
For the third time in four games the Winter Park Wildcats squeaked out a narrow win to keep their undefeated streak alive on the gridiron.
On Sept. 22, the Commission held the second public hearing on the proposed budget and voted unanimously to approve and officially adopt the Fiscal Year 2015 budget.
Like most American dads, mine was undoubtedly thanked inadequately during his days on Earth.
Dad was a first lieutenant in the Army in World War I, and managed somehow to join me as a naval officer in World War II when he was far over age.
It’s estimated that in recent years Americans spend on average $1.3 billion per year to repair their dog’s CCLs.
Most sudden CCL injuries in dogs happen during exuberant activities, such as roughhousing, running, playing, jumping, etc.
Who can sell medical marijuana?
A medical cannabis trade group based out of Winter Park has taken legal action against the state following a medical marijuana bill passed in June – a challenge that might impact how easily nurseries can obtain the right to grow cannabis.
Council raises taxes, changes code
A sign of the times, the Maitland City Council made updates on Monday to two fundamentals of the city that had previously been unchanged for years: the city’s millage rate and its sign code.
Fire Prevention Week: A history
Maitland Fire Rescue will be providing educational classes and visit to public and private elementary schools and day cares throughout the city.
The recent revelations of abuse in the NFL illustrate how the league minimized the problem through inconsequential punishments. It is characteristic of our culture’s handling of such issues.
As sadly tragic as NFL players smacking “their” women around, I find the statistics of college campus rape and harassment even more disturbing.
The Orlando Museum of Art will open a dual exhibit with titles “David Rathman: Stand by Your Accidents” and “Lama Peterson: Suburbia Sublime” on Sept. 27.
David Rathman explores icons of masculinity – from the American West to football with protagonists caught in moments of introspection and/or defeat.
Orange County nabs prestigious scholarship award
Orange County Public Schools garnered national attention on Monday as the Broad Foundation announced the district as a co-winner for the Broad Prize, one of the largest scholarship awards in the country.
A book fair at Maitland Middle
A book fair at Maitland Middle School runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 29, through Friday, Oct. 3, at the school’s media center.
The last quarter of the year is a good time to make financial changes before yearend.
Are you on track to be able to pay all cash for holiday spending? If not, October and November will give you a chance to set additional money aside
Local teen wins Youth of the Year
Eatonville’s Maryah Sullivan has been officially announced as the 2014 National Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Orange County is known worldwide for its exceptional theme parks and attractions. However, our local economy is more diversified than many of the millions of tourists that visit each year may believe.
Our county is also a national leader in the modeling, simulation, and training (MS&T) industry based at Central Florida Research Park in east Orange County.
Residents oppose apartments
A planned development for a 226-unit apartment complex in College Park was met with overwhelming opposition during the Orlando City Council’s Sept. 15 meeting.