Board member at 17
The first and only teenager sitting on a Winter Park government board, 17-year-old Joseph Robillard has big plans for the city.
Fire, disease, and piracy
Fire, pirates and Dengue fever try to stop an Orlando cancer survivor’s Amazon adventure.
City's youngest publisher
“Running On Saint George Street” is a poetry book written by Flagler College students and compiled by Winter Park's Jenni Sujka.
Fighting for her blind, deaf son
Winter Park resident Susan Johnson has helped support the families of children with low vision through Lighthouse Central Florida.
Program looks to fill an educational hole
Junior Achievement is teaching kids like Clay the life skills they might not get in the classroom.
Baldwin Park resident to revive a museum
New Baldwin Park resident Ena Heller was named the new executive director of the Cornell.
Widow copes with writing
After Vashon Sarkisian lost her husband to cancer she began a desperate search for a way to do pull herself out of the darkness.
Chasing the Millsons
Trinity Prep’s Sam and Jesse Millson can literally make you think twice and double your troubles.
MS inspired fashion
If the cane didn’t match her dress, she’d just have to make one that did.
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.
Ex cop shows how to adapt
Winter Springs resident Steve Beres is blind, but it certainly doesn’t hold him back.
Winning on and off the field
Emma Bloom always had it in her to be an athlete, but she wanted to make sure she was a student first.
A family of PhDs
Minnie Boyer Woodruff overcame obstacles as a black woman in the ‘50s, and passed that determination onto her two daughters.
Saved local girl now volunteers
Elizabeth Restrepo nearly drowned at age 2, and despite a dire prognosis, now works at the organization that helped save her life.
A woman's need for speed
Orlando resident Vicki Brian is breaking her way into race car driving.