Back to school safety
Tips to get your kids back to school safely.
Maitland moves forward
For quite some many years now, the city of Maitland has found itself in various states of transition.
Turning point for Art and History
When the termination of the lease was included on the agenda for July 9, I was glad.
Environmental Stormwater Utility — four years later
With more stringent water quality requirements on the horizon, Maitland will continue to be at the forefront of stormwater management.
Police participate in task forces
Task force participation reaps benefits for Maitland.
Why so much concern about fireworks?
The plain and simple truth is — Consumer fireworks are dangerous!
Summer’s here again
Childhood drowning and near-drowning can happen in a matter of seconds.
Red-light camera justice
The special report that aired on May 22 on WESH Channel 2 (WESH 2), “Are Red-Light Offense Chances Better Before a Judge?” is based on an inaccurate premise.
City Hall takes shape
Maitland’s newest landmark, City Hall, is really starting to take shape.
Hurricane season starts
With the remnants of Tropical Storm Beryl making its way up the coastline and North Florida in a process of clean up, it is evident that this may be a hurricane season with a few surprises.
Open for business
On May 14, the city of Maitland achieved two major milestones.
To commit now monetary funding to the Wekiva Parkway does not properly address our present and immediate future transportation needs.
Maitland has proclaimed the week of May 20 through May 26 as “Emergency Medical Services Week.”
Students learn firsthand the consequences of DUI
BOOM! The students hear a loud crash and a red tarp is pulled from the mock up wrecked car underneath; it shows a grisly accident scene.
“Maitland is open for business” and the city is becoming a “happening place.”