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.
Win Crystal Reel Awards
Six Full Sail graduates and several faculty members won for their work in film at The Crystal Reel Awards, a statewide competition.
Resident puts on performances
Singer and vocal coach spreads her song across the community in holiday performances.
The Homegrown Local Food Cooperative in College Park has expanded by bounds in the last five years, thanks to the dedication of members and local producers.
Caregivers offer compassion
The need for home health care agencies is growing constantly, and two right in Central Florida are providing care, while offering a more personal approach.
Funeral home hosts art gallery
On Friday night, the Cox-Parker Funeral Home will animate itself with an art exhibition born of a modern movement among takers of the dead — more life, less death.
iLashWorks wows clients
iLashWorks in Winter Park does a variety of eyelash extensions, from high-fashion glam and glitter to subtly lush lashes.
SoNapa food, wine delights
SoNapa Grille is a great new restaurant in Maitland run by a charming gentleman who recognizes wine’s endless possibilities for making customers happy.
Celebrate sending traditions
While the Internet buzzes with holiday greetings and new ways to share events, there’s nothing like getting a card in the mail, paper shop owners say.