Maitland Chamber milestone
The Chamber is celebrating its 60 years of consecutive service this month, hosting its own birthday party at Sam Snead’s Tavern on Thursday, Sept. 22.
Maitland project shapes downtown
Twelve years ago redeveloping Maitland’s downtown was still a dream. That vision came closer to reality last week with the approval of Maitland Estates.
New design revealed
Maitland City Council are looking at a new design for the city's main street.
Hostage escapes from husband
It began with a single word via text massage: “help.”
Project presses on
A Maitland apartment complex project approved in 2004 is back with a new developer and a new name.
Teaching with theater
One Maitland Middle School teacher is proud of her quirky curriculum that uses the performing arts to teach her students.
Funding falls flat
Maitland won’t fund Performing Arts of Maitland for the first time in a decade.
Local election approaches
Four candidates have thrown their hat in the ring to claim the Orange County District 5 seat – and they want your vote.
Maitland may withhold funding
Maitland's last transportation study was done in 2004, but the city isn't sure if it wants to spend the funding for a new study just yet.
Cities set tax rates
With a traffic-calming measure proposed by a commissioner, money to pay for it voted down.
Maitland officers saved many lives during shooting
The two young officers, with less than seven years of patrol experience between them, raced toward what they’d been told was an active shooter scene, the ongoing scene of the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history.
New brand comes together
Maitland’s new brand is coming together. Literally. Planning and branding firm Arnett Muldrow & Associates revealed its marketing plan for Maitland last Thursday, with the tagline, “Come Together!”
What is Maitland?
Maitland is going through a bit of an existential crisis this week, with city officials, staff and residents being plagued with the question: What is Maitland?
A new way to walk
Winter Park and Maitland residents might have a new conservation trail to look forward to – and it could give some students a new route to get to school.
Master plan makeover
Residents got their first view of the new master plan draft in a meeting in City Hall last week.