Naylor and Seidel debate
Incumbent Greg Seidel and challenger Wes Naylor squared off in a candidate forum hosted by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce at the Winter Park Welcome Center on Friday, Feb. 10.
Region progresses in becoming pedestrian-friendly
Healthy Central Florida began its mission of creating a healthier community five years ago, and city officials are looking back on the progress so far.
Candidates' Round 2
Winter Park's political season is heating up, with another candidate forum between incumbent City Commissioner Greg Seidel and challenger Wes Naylor.
Raising $ for WPHS
Winter Park’s second annual Restore the Roar 2017 – Feast on the 50 is back.
Board reverses city order
Seniors at the Village Park Senior apartment complex said they were desperate for more parking, but does Winter Park have the right to intervene?
Help for low-income families
Low-income families just got a helping hand from the Winter Park Farmers Market, thanks to recently introduced SNAP/EBT payment methods.
Burglary numbers rise
Statistics from the Winter Park Police Department shows that last month’s rash of car burglaries in Orwin Manor was just the tip of the iceberg.
Police find skimmer device
Surveillance footage from a SunTrust Bank on New York Avenue led to the arrest of two suspects found with an alleged card-skimming device.
City looks at safety
The crosswalks along Park Avenue are just one area Winter Park is looking at in regards to pedestrian safety.
Seidel, Naylor square off
The race for Seat 1 on the Winter Park City Commission begins. Here's a quick look at the two candidates and their big campaign issues.
Deputy fire chief speaks
Some Winter Park emergency responders say that bike lanes and walking paths are putting them in a pinch, forcing them to find alternate routes to meet set response times.
Phil Kean request denied
One Winter Park neighborhood was just one vote away from seeing a backyard turned into a parking strip.
Bank robbery on Park Avenue
Park Avenue was the site of the Winter Park’s first bank robbery since August 2014 on Friday, Dec. 30, at around 5 p.m. at SunTrust Bank.
Tree trimmers strongarm residents
A tree trimming company going door-to-door in Winter Park is leaving residents wary, claiming that locals will face city fines unless they are hired on the spot.
Lee Road land unused
A property purchased by Winter Park along Lee Road two years ago still remains vacant and unsold, but the city hopes that will change soon.