Scammers pose as city staffers
The latest scam facing Winter Park residents might trick them into opening their wallets to keep their utilities running – a ploy by callers claiming to be city employees.
John RIvers does comfort food
The culinary mind that brought 4 Rivers Smokehouse to Central Florida will cook up a new fried chicken haven in Winter Park by next month.
City covers fees for projects
City Commissioners voted to waive over $9,000 in utility installment costs for the relocation of the Winter Park Wedding Chapel, and to help out the Capen House move on the same night.
Free SunRail rides in April
Central Florida residents will have a chance to grab a free ride on the yellow and orange-striped SunRail trains during tentative select dates next month – a move meant to spike interest in the new rail system.
Car hit curb by Fiddler's
A former Rollins College student flipped his 2012 Jaguar on its roof early Friday morning after speeding eastbound on Fairbanks Avenue – just two days after he drove it off a car lot.
Commissioners debate code change
Drivers see them along major roads and residents spot them while strolling through downtown Winter Park: rampant signs upon signs – a blemish on the city’s aesthetic character, City Commissioners say.
Winter Park candidates face off
Election day for seat two on the Winter Park City Commission this Tuesday draws near as candidates Sandy Womble and City Commissioner Sarah Sprinkel continue to push their campaigns to gain voter support.
Sneak peek into new SunRail station
Central Florida’s vision of a new commuter rail seemed closer to reality than ever before on Monday as city, county and state officials cut the ribbon outside the Winter Park SunRail Station.
Lt. returns to alma mater
Lt. Chuck Nadd returned to his former school last Friday following his eight-month deployment in Afghanistan as the Trinity Prep student body welcomed him with open arms.
Minor league talks continue
Talks of a minor league baseball team in Winter Park continued to take shape over the past 30 days as the city looks into bringing America’s pastime to the city on a professional level.
Blow out before wrecking ball
The old dive Tom and Jerry's will be torn down by the end of February to make way for Winter Park’s Ravaudage development, putting an end to an era that began in 1946.
Sewer line in the way
A sewer pipe beneath the future site of the historic Capen House may slow down the effort to reunite the split home on its new foundation.
City forced to refund tickets
Winter Park is currently refunding hundreds of residents for red-light camera citations due to noncompliance with a Florida Department of Transportation mandate.
Famous senior's new life
He’s probably waved at you before and you didn’t know it. He’s the man in tennis shoes taking those remarkably spritely steps as cars blur by.
Train lovers rejoice: in less than a month SunRail will begin selling its first tickets for would-be commuters.