Student devises shoe nonprofit
A Rollins student has devised a business model for people in Haiti to create their own shows from recyclable materials.
Cat 4 storm nears CFL
Central Floridians prepared for the worst as Hurricane Matthew tore through the Bahamas Thursday and turned toward a possible landfall along the Florida coastline early Friday morning.
MLK site in question
An effort to keep Winter Park’s new library out of Martin Luther King Jr. Park may have just received its biggest boost yet – thanks to an assistant state attorney.
Suspects in disguise
Appearances can be deceiving. A Winter Park Metro PCS Store and a local resident learned that the hard way last week.
Are fines the answer?
A Deltona City Commissioner told Winter Park on Monday that fining residents for feeding cats isn't the answer to their cat problems.
City staff fetching ideas
City Commissioners discussed giving Lake Baldwin Park a new name last Monday after Commissioner Carolyn Cooper suggested its current name isn’t fitting of Winter Park.
Developer seeks ambitious project
Local developers Demetree Global are looking to develop the six-way intersection of Orlando, Orange and Harmon avenues – a project that all starts with a roundabout.
City talks stray cats
City Commissioners tried to quell a cat problem on Monday when they approved a new city ordinance on first reading that fines anyone caught feeding feral cats in Mead Botanical Garden.
Festival to honor late chairman
The Global Peace Film Festival will bring together people from all walks of life from Sept. 19 to Sept. 25 to showcase a series of films meant to inspire peace and love throughout the world.
CoffeeTalk with Commissioner Carolyn Cooper
CoffeeTalk featuring Commissioner Cooper will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at 8 a.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center located at 151 W. Lyman Ave.
Budget set for increase
Winter Park hopes to plant new trees and maintain its existing ones with a boost in funding.
Residents seek preservation
What started as a rezoning request for a parking lot turned into a greater discussion of the state of the west side of Winter Park during Tuesday's Planning and Zoning Meeting.
Wristbands spread message
Winter Park police officers are recognizing residents performing good deeds with wristbands — each inscribed with a serial number so their journey can be tracked.
Deal offered chief job
The city recently offered the position of police chief to Atlantic Beach Police Chief J. Michael Deal, who accepted the offer and is currently undergoing a background check process.
City approves incentives
Winter Park City Commissioners approved three new incentives during their meeting last Monday to encourage residents to create a historic district in their neighborhood or put their homes on the city’s historic registry.