Lights get longer
A recent ruling by the state mandates for longer minimum yellow-light times at intersections rigged with red-light cameras.
5K helps local kids
The Greater Maitland 5K isn't any ordinary, everyday 5K. It’s one that helps the whole community.
Banning them forever
The signs are a-changin’ in Maitland, as city boards start drafting the first overhaul of the city’s sign code in decades.
Guano piles up
Maitland Public Works director Rick Lemke said by Florida state law, killing the bats is illegal.
Holds to 2007 numbers
The Maitland City Council backtracked property tax rates to the same they’ve been since 2007.
Program to allow chickens in Maitland getting closer
A two-year pilot program to allow chickens to take up residence in Maitland backyards could take flight in the coming months.
Property owners may still see a hike
Maitland property owners can still expect to pay an increase in taxes next year.
Bus could be year late
An update on FlexBus boasted long-awaited good news for the recently faltering intelligent transit system, but it'll be slow in coming.
Construction for Ultimate I-4 won't affect intersection
When the Ultimate Interstate-4 becomes a reality, the intersection at Sandspur and Maitland Boulevard will function just as it does today.
Maitland board to decide what's best for interchange
The results of the Florida Department of Transportation’s study of changes to the Sandspur Road/Maitland Boulevard interchange are in.
City troubleshoots pet waste problems
The city of Maitland is in talks to make its four-legged friends a No. 2 and No. 1 priority.
Contesting a violation could now cost nearly double
Red-light runners in Maitland who contest their tickets and lose will now owe the city upward of $400 in total fees.
Maitland mulls increase
Maitland's City Council is looking at hiking taxes for the first time since 2007 to ease the squeeze on city services.
I-4's Maitland problem
Maitland sends plans to FDOT to avoid closing Sandspur Road ramp, snarling commutes.
Funded by drug money
Maitland Police Department employs prison rehabilitation program labor to craft Mobile Command Center.