Winter Park business owner opens the door to Africa by planning life-changing trips for locals to explore his homeland.
Controversy over CrossFit
A new CrossFit location opened in Winter Park in early October - but it may be bringing some controversy with it.
Competition turns icy
Friendly competition turned icy in Audubon Park, forcing Rainbow Sno-Cones to split to new Winter Park location.
Fashion Week returns
Inspired by fashion week events held around the country, the local version is just that: a salute to local boutiques, designers, salons and models.
Miller's hardware turns 68
The hardware store still stands near the corner of Park and Fairbanks, having grown to more than 20 times its original size.
Dancer's dream job
Florida Tribal Dance in Orlando offers unique tribal belly dancing classes in a welcoming, inclusive atmosphere.
Locally-made ice cream
At Lu Lu’s Ice Cream Shop in Winter Park, you’ll find locally made ice cream at a price the whole family can enjoy.
Helping young mothers
At BETA, young women are able to complete their high school education, get counseling and job search support.
Special kids gain independence
In a few weeks, many children who crawled or rolled their wheelchairs into summer camp at this center will walk out the door.
Site helps raise down payments for home buyers
The days when clients could purchase a home with reasonable down payments seemed to be gone.
Bank gets creative
Seacoast National Bank’s new Accelerate offices aim to speed up the lending process by eliminating hoops.
Austin's cult following
Austin's revival started with a customer buying it, adding pie, and earning a cult following.
Mother changes gears
It’s been years since that flood of inspiration and passion for writing has hit Gilman, but she said it’s back now.
Cycling shown to help
Participants in this spinning class are after a better quality of life with Parkinson’s disease.
Troubled to thriving
In 10 years, the Tap Room at Dubsdread turned from troubled bar to thriving restaurant and event space.