Protecting historic properties
Casa Feliz will host its 10th annual James Gamble Rogers II Colloquium on Historic Preservation to celebrate the area’s rich architectural resources.
Property overpaid for?
Winter Park may have a potential buyer for the former Booby Trap property – a transaction that would still leave the city $160,000 in the hole.
Denning Drive walking tour and public meeting
The city of Winter Park, with assistance from GAI Consultants Inc., will hold two public involvement meetings to discuss Denning Drive, its current conditions, and future possibilities.
In two days
Winter Park saw two shootings in two days earlier this week, with one resulting in the third homicide the city has seen this year.
No chickens for Winter Park
Did the Winter Park City Commission lay an egg during their last meeting? Pro-chicken residents in Winter Park would argue “yes.”
Driven out as construction starts
The restoration process of Winter Park’s cherished 100-year-old golf course is ahead of schedule, but Country Club employees were caught off guard when the city unexpectedly laid them off.
WPPD ups enforcement
In the coming weeks Winter Park police officers won’t hesitate to write you a ticket. The reason? To send an important message.
How to reuse the library
Winter Park City Commissioners directed staff during their Monday meeting to look into the existing Winter Park Public Library property as a potential site for City Hall down the road.
Residents talk preservation
Changes to Winter Park’s historic preservation ordinance are picking up steam – but some residents are urging the City Commission to slam on the brakes.
Historic preservation is back for debate before the City Commission, but will Commissioners continue to agree to disagree?
Certain kinds OK
Winter Park’s Planning and Zoning Board took a step toward allowing certain kinds of fast food along Fairbanks Avenue on Tuesday.
Reopening the ordinance
It didn’t take long for newly-elected Winter Park City Commissioner Peter Weldon to come through on one of his biggest campaign promises.
It passed, what's next?
The city and the Winter Park Public Library now turn their attention toward finding an architect.
How to speed up the process
A report card released by the city for the year 2015 shows that Winter Park has fallen short of its goal of 5 miles of undergrounding per year, only reaching just over 3 miles.
Park Plaza closes
One of Winter Park’s most fabled restaurants has temporarily closed its doors – the result of wear and tear on a building that’s more than a century old.