Preschoolers learn finance
Are preschoolers too young to learn how to stay out of debt? Not according to PNC Bank, which gave $50,000 to help teach preschoolers money management skills.
Cities help you get fit
A new year means new fitness goals and local cities’ parks and recreation departments are ready to give everyone the motivation they need to start them off right.
Finding an easy fix
Replacing a single glass pane is a pretty straightforward job, one that can be accomplished quickly once you have the supplies and tools at hand.
Research shows workers dipping into savings
Although signs point to the start of an economic recovery and a smaller unemployment rate, millions of people in America are still underemployed or unemployed.
Maitland Senior Center classes
Starting Jan.14, join us for an 8-week balance class!
On Dec. 7, Operation Gratitude reached a significant milestone: It sent the one-millionth care package to service members around the globe.
During the past 10 years, OpGrat has grown as more and more volunteers have stepped forward to help, and the reach of the packages has expanded.
When no oral conditions are found that produce bad breath, then the most likely cause is mouth bacteria.
A 30-year Harvard study of nearly 120,000 professionals that looked at consumption of nuts in the diet.
Therefore they don’t specifically say “eat nuts, live longer.” But there is a correlation, no matter how it works.
Brothers in education
Proving that life and learning should not be limited by age, the Wiese brothers Bill, 67, and Stan, 77, recently returned to the classrooms of Rollins College.
The year's more memorable
A woman used fashion to help raise money for charity. An adventurer raced 5,000 miles across the Amazon to fight cancer. And kids with cancer used a local art studio as a place to escape.
Baking to stop trafficking
Through research, the Hurshes learned about the problem of human trafficking and its ties to Central Florida and decided to dedicate the profits from the bakery to ending it.
Ton and Jerry's to close
The historic Tom and Jerry’s Bar and Lounge will be torn down next month to make way for the new Ravaudage development, a 70-acre shopping, dining and residential area.
I often hear about people “losing faith.” If you feel like that, all I can say is that lost things are often found in the most unexpected places and at the most unexpected times.
While the holidays pose their own special set of personal and financial challenges, it’s also a time to appreciate and treasure the priceless things in our lives — love, faith and family.
Hearing deaf childrens wishes
For the third year in a row, Dr. A.C. McCann has taken on a special role around the holidays as a signing Santa, the only one most deaf children have ever seen.
Walking for a cure
The day of her race when her ankle, still weak from her accident long ago, began to wobble beneath her and her knees began to buckle in exhaustion, it was hard to keep pushing.