Will float across lake
The Albin Polasek Museum guaranteed the safety of the 128-year-old Capen House from demolition this week.
Dogs ban may fall
Dogs owned by Winter Park residents may be allowed to roam the grounds of Central Park.
Lets two restaurants stay
The Winter Park City Commission voted to ban fast food along Park Avenue.
Potential ordinance in the works for lakefront businesses
Stand-up paddleboard tours and other Winter Park businesses using the city’s chain of lakes could face stricter regulations.
Winter Park thefts drop
Crime rates are trending down in Winter Park, and police are giving credit to residents for the help.
Budget will help cut them
The Winter Park City Commission took a large step to remove dead trees in Winter Park that could fall on residents and vehicles.
Winter Park questions taste
Street musicians along Park Avenue may have to pick up their instruments and move elsewhere.
Posh night spot
The long-anticipated Alfond Inn opened on Sunday with the arrival of the first guests at the new hotel in Winter Park.
An ordinance passed by Winter Park’s Planning And Zoning Board last Tuesday would ban fast food restaurants on Park Avenue.
Move off to good start
Fundraising officially kicks off at Albin Polasek Museum to save Capen House and float it across Lake Osceola to new home.
Budget cuts electric
A Winter Park program that runs power lines underground would receive a 10-percent funding cut.
Lying low, say cops
A suspected group of burglars has either stopped breaking into homes or fallen under the radar.
Put above parking lot
The Winter Park City Commission took a step toward sustainability Monday.
Red light fines could soar
City wrestles with fees that could make a red light ticket cost $408 if a driver fights the citation and loses.
House could cross lake
The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden could become the new home of the Capen House.