Businesses step up
More and more local businesses are looking to give back to the victims of Sunday’s Pulse nightclub shooting.
Donors give blood to help victims
The Big Red Bus in Maitland was overwhelmed by those looking to donate blood in the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
How much will it cost?
The last time Maitland updated its citywide traffic study, SunRail wasn’t a thing. Downloadable mobile apps, let alone on-demand ride service ones, didn’t exist.
Maitland makes choice
Maitland won’t have to look far to fill its vacant city manager seat. The person they want to hire is already sitting in it.
Prevention is the best medicine
Maitland Fire Rescue Department, in conjunction with Life Scan and the Winter Park Health Foundation, will host a wellness-screening event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 7.
Maitland passes program
Next time you dial up an Uber instead of hopping in the driver seat, the city of Maitland will help pay your way.
First director in four years
For the first time in four years the Maitland Area Chamber of Commerce has someone manning the helm as executive director.
Library marks milestone
Many things have changed in Maitland since 1896. But one service has stayed constant: the Maitland Public Library.
Maitland Avenue deal pushed back
On Monday the Maitland City Council agreed to postpone the city signing an interlocal agreement with Orange County to take ownership of Maitland Avenue.
Creating Maitland's core
Developer David Lamm is in the middle of developing the hub of what will be Maitland’s redeveloped downtown, Maitland City Centre.
The Maitland City Council is again second-guessing what Independence Lane should look like, frustrating developers.
Maitland celebrates EMS Week
The city of Maitland would like you to join them in recognizing the 42nd annual National EMS Week from May 15 to 21.
Jim Williams is out
The Maitland City Council took its final step to fire City Manager Jim Williams on Monday. The Council voted unanimously to terminate Williams’ employment at its April 25 meeting.
Updating its master plan
Maitland City Council members pulled out their crystal balls on Monday imagining what the future of Maitland’s downtown will look like 10 years from today.
City changes code
Maitland has a vision for the remainder of its yet-to-be realized dream downtown, and it includes only mixed-use and commercial developments.