Rollins gets gardening
The idea of a campus garden stemmed from a visit to Rollins by “An Inconvenient Truth” producer and environmental activist Laurie David.
No cause of death known
A woman’s body was found in a Winter Park creek on Friday, but police still don’t know what brought her life to an end.
How much to spend on lights?
The Winter Park City Commission looked at options to install new decorative lighting in the city during their March 23 meeting, with the potential price tags being much higher than expected.
Naming a pavilion in his honor
Members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board voted on March 18 to name the pavilion in Shady Park after Rev. Mitchell Dawkins.
City celebrates Mister Rogers
Zip up your cardigans, lace up your sneakers and get ready for a beautiful day in the neighborhood, as Winter Park celebrates America’s favorite neighbor with a new local holiday on Sunday.
Free rides give biz boost
Winter Park businesses along Park Avenue saw an economic uptick over the weekend as SunRail brought in thousands of visitors at no cost for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival.
Author fights for animal rights
The thought of being an author hadn’t occurred to Ginny Rorby in her younger years. In fact, the Winter Park High School graduate of 1962 says she hardly passed her classes.
Campaign funds hit all-time high
Winter Park’s recent mayoral election may be welcoming in a new era of leadership, but it also shattered a previous campaign funding record, with even more money coming from outside Winter Park.
Rollins athlete inspires challenge
A month after the athletic lacrosse player’s sudden death from Type I diabetes in February, Will Hauver’s joke is now a charity movement of its own.
Debate over crash counts
Winter Park has once again renewed the use of its red light cameras – devices that studies by a former Florida Highway Patrol officer report show may be unnecessary in the city of culture and heritage.
Gavel closes mayor's term
Winter Park took a moment to honor a departing elected official on Monday as Mayor Ken Bradley presided over his final City Commission meeting while in office.
Defining what is historic
Winter Park is on its way to passing a new historic preservation ordinance that could make it easier for a neighborhood to become a historic district.
Winter Park candidates debate
Winter Park took a better look at the four candidates vying for two open seats on the City Commission this month as an ongoing series of public debates were held throughout the city.
Funding comes in for quiet zones
Winter Park and Maitland railroad crossings are set to get significantly quieter in the next three years.
Meet Rollins' new president
A six-month-long search came to an end last week as Winter Park’s liberal arts college announced Grant Cornwell as its new president.