Foreclosures and short sales (distressed properties), terms that have dominated the news headlines for the past five years, are beginning to take a back seat to improving market conditions.
Would ban searches
The bill includes provisions that FHSAA officials said would make illegal recruiting between high schools easier to hide and lead to an unfair balance in competition.
Just before 11:30 a.m. on Thursdays, there’s a changing of the guard in Mrs. Miles’ fifth grade classroom. She moves out, and Deputy Adam Brewster moves in.
The ordinance makes city actions against residents who cut down healthy trees to be less punitive and more encouraging of replanting.
Plakon vs. Dentel heats up
Campaigning heats up as Election Day nears closer in local U.S. Congress and state representative races.
Says safety trumps speech
The ordinance, which would ban anyone from protesting within 50 feet of a residential home in the city, comes after anti-abortion protestors picketed the home of a notable resident .
Help city choose which one
Winter Park may soon have its own living tribute to civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but not before residents vote on where it will go.
Rental scams on rise
Randy Lutz, girlfriend Contance Young and their son, J.J., settled into a Winter Park-area home only to find out two weeks later that they were victims of a rental scam.
Maitland promises to fix decades-old inequities in city services for a pocket of black residents.
I believe that what’s “meaningful” to our students is for them to have the tools that allow them to find their own meaning.
Trees for restroom?
City considers new restroom at Fleet Peeples dog park
Mid-year sales increase
According to the Mid-Year Hillman Report, home transactions for the Greater Orlando area were up 2.53 percent.
Developing Maitland’s CRA district and downtown
On Friday, Aug. 19, playing to an overflow crowd in City Hall, the Maitland City Council hosted a work session to review several key projects being planned for Maitland’s CRA district and our downtown.
Meeting on Sept. 2
Maitland wants to move its SunRail station closer to its downtown center, but the city has a tough battle ahead of it.
Foreclosure relief lags
Battling foreclosures, many are finding little outside help