Lady suspect arrested
Police responded to the bank robbery last Wednesday at a Bank of America on South Orlando Avenue – the city’s first bank robbery in more than a year and a half. 10 days later, they think they have their woman.
75 years later
Musician and humanitarian Itzhak Perlman honors 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht with visit to Rollins College on Nov. 7.
Move is still a go
Movers should begin the process of building the ramp and barge to float the house across the lake at the end of this week.
Recovery may take decades
Research shows that it will take several decades for the canopy to regain what it loses once the sick and dying trees are cut down.
City looks to annex
Mayor Bradley mentioned a number of ideas to stimulate the economy, including a completely new approach: annexation.
Park Plaza Gardens reopened last Tuesday after being temporarily shut down for health concerns after a routine inspection.
City keeps red-light cameras
Winter Park Commissioners voted to continue the use of red light cameras during Monday’s City Commission meeting.
Homes sell off energy
This past spring, the Wilsons paid just 25 cents for their electricity, water and sewage consumption.
Lawsuit threatens Capen move
A lawsuit filed against the Winter Park City Commission may get in the way of the community’s efforts to move the house.
Gateways need makeovers
The Winter Park Economic Development Advisory Board discussed the potential of the city’s major corridors on Sept. 17.
Competition turns icy
Friendly competition turned icy in Audubon Park, forcing Rainbow Sno-Cones to split to new Winter Park location.
City’s parks ranks among best in the nation
The city of Winter Park ranked as a finalist for the National Recreation and Parks Association’s 2013 Gold Medal Award.
Revenue will increase
The Winter Park City Commission voted unanimously on Monday to hold the line on the city’s millage rate for the upcoming fiscal year.
Visitors hop aboard
Winter Park’s railway station got its first visit from SunRail this Saturday.
Will float across lake
The Albin Polasek Museum guaranteed the safety of the 128-year-old Capen House from demolition this week.