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
The Goldenrod Community Alliance has high hopes to do all it can to help revitalize the Goldenrod area.
An allegedly illegal campaign mailer received another push toward an investigation by the Florida Election Commission.
Once new homeowners have their house keys in hand and prepare to move furniture into their new place, one question they may find themselves pondering is, “What happens now?”
New tech helps drivers
Avoiding speed traps? There's an app for that
Lee Road project discussed
The Ravaudage Planned Development has stirred up concerns among neighboring residents
Mica heads transportation talk
Officials react to fast rail rejection, float transportation proposals
A study, released March 9, combined with research from two consulting firms to show that the projected Orlando-Tampa system would profit $10.24 million in its first year, nearly tripling that figure within 10 years.
Two politicians oppose Scott
Two state senators say governor didn’t have authority to reject $2.7 billion in federal funds for project