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Winter Park Chamber hosting back-to-school drive

Shop local for school supplies

Whatever your motive may be, make the most of your back-to-school shopping and spend your dollars locally.

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Students have study options at Winter Park Public Library

Programs can help students during new school year

Fun and education at the the Winter Park Public Library doesn’t end with summer vacation. There are many ways the library can help your family transition back into the school year and get a jump-start on academic success.

Winter Park City Talk

Stop tailgating before it stops you

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nationally rear-end collisions are the most frequently occurring type of crash, accounting for approximately 29 percent of all crashes.

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Nancy Rudner: Can’t sleep? Here's some tips

Blessed sleep, so important for health, restores the mind, body and spirit. And such sleep eludes some of us.

If you find yourself tossing and turning, figure out what is running through your mind.

Louis Roney: Who will it be?

August, September, October and finally in November the American electorate has an opportunity to change the guard — can the world wait that long?

How many more innocent people will die in the meantime?

Maitland City Talk

New traffic pattern underway

Motorists on eastbound Maitland Boulevard will soon experience a major traffic pattern shift that will affect how motorists access the westbound Interstate 4 ramp.

Chris Jepson: We’ve so very far to go

I vacillate between being extremely disturbed over the direction of America (and the world) and to not so much giving a damn.

Historically, more (some) are living better than at any point in history. But it all seems so fragile, our “democratic” way of life.

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Restaurant review: BRAVO! Cucina Italiana

A round of applause for an Italian restaurant with a delicious flair.

Needless to say, BRAVO! gets six thumbs up (there were three of us). Here was a restaurant that I had never tried and we loved the ambiance, the décor, the service and the food.

Winter Park City Talk

Help prevent Zika

The mosquito species that transmit Zika does not breed in water on the ground (ponds, ditches, wetlands, etc.) but do breed in artificial water containers.

Louis Roney: Mediocrity

Small minds are contentedly imprisoned at the center of small protective horizons.

The mediocre thinker is always the last to “get the word,” i.e. to live in the “now.” Any imaginative new concept scares the mediocre to death.

Maitland City Talk

Removing a tree? Get a permit

This is a friendly reminder to Maitland residents that tree removal permits are required to remove any tree within the city proper.

Chris Jepson: The chance for a better world

In the best of all possible worlds our elected officials would be held accountable for their decisions.

When egregiously wrong, when lives are tragically lost, when lives are horribly ruined, when the treasury is bankrupt, bodies must hang from the yardarms.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

This oddly named musical won three Tony Awards, three Outer Critic's Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, and two Obie Awards, so yes, it’s the real-deal.

“Urinetown” is said to have catapulted the American musical comedy into the 21st century with its wicked comedy and incisive honesty.

Winter Park City Talk

#OrlandoUnited, A Winter Park Tribute

As our community continues to recover, the city of Winter Park will host #OrlandoUnited, A Winter Park Tribute on the one-month anniversary, on Tuesday, July 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in Central Park located in downtown Winter Park.

Vision loss may cause hallucinations

Vision treatments can halt hallucinations

Charles Bonnet syndrome, also called visual release hallucinations, occur in people who are losing or have lost vision.