Cat 4 storm nears CFL
Central Floridians prepared for the worst as Hurricane Matthew tore through the Bahamas Thursday and turned toward a possible landfall along the Florida coastline early Friday morning.
Orlando unites after shooting
Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.
Bike share expands
College Parkers are invited to trade in their four-wheels for two, and pedal their way across Orlando as Orlando’s bike share program expands into the community.
Residents threaten legal action
One of the most controversial College Park developments in recent memory finally passed last Monday to the dismay of some College Park residents – but not without a potential legal battle on the horizon.
Project green lit
One of College Park’s most controversial developments up for approval may get the green light for construction next month.
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.
Incumbents also favored
A poll at the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce-hosted Political Mingle saw many incumbents favored and a half-penny sales tax to raise money for schools heavily favored.
Small Business Saturday
Local merchants are hoping that something small can make a big difference this holiday season. They’re promoting Black Friday’s lesser-known neighbor, Small Business Saturday.
Artichoke Red in College Park
Artichoke Red Vegan Market moves to a larger location in College Park.
Intro to College Park
Starting this month, The Observer will begin adding coverage of College Park to its news and community features.