Taping reserves for renovations
Winter Park has set aside money to renovate the Winter Park County Club, though from a controversial source.
Wounded vet moves in
Last week, Sgt. First Class Bacary Sambou of the United States Army was given the keys to his new Winter Park home – a donation that’s been more than a year in the making.
Adding to the force
Winter Park is looking to hire two new police officers as part of its budget for the upcoming fiscal year – a response to ongoing crime within the city.
Hospital to grow
Winter Park Memorial Hospital is officially expanding its facilities – looking to meet the needs of a growing local population.
Dog shooting spurs action
For one pet owner, it was an unjustified attack on her dog. For one gun owner, it was simply an act of self-defense.
Check it out
The Winter Park Public Library is hoping the local community will come check out its 11th annual Bash for Books event to raise money for library programming.
More seniors moving in?
An assisted living facility project planned in Winter Park might be the latest addition to the six-way intersection of Orange Avenue, Denning Drive and Minnesota Avenue.
Funding the theater
The Winter Park Playhouse is facing budget battles as it works to make its home permanent before curtain call.
The Winter Park Police Department has promoted its third deputy chief in six months, part of a wave of high-ranking officers who have recently departed or announced their imminent retirement.
Smaller road, safer cyclists?
Local residents are torn between safety and limiting traffic problems as one project aiming to make a Winter Park road more pedestrian-friendly takes its first steps forward.
City gets bike-share stop
Juice Bike Share will be opening up its first bike station for use in Winter Park at the Valencia College campus off of Morse Boulevard later this month.
Restricting board members?
A proposal to potentially restrict how Winter Park’s advisory board members speak to news media was raised during a meeting last month between two city officials.
New bay for fire station
A new fire engine bay planned for an outdated station in Winter Park may be the fire department’s latest method to get to emergencies faster.
Co-op harnesses solar power
Winter Park residents wanting to limit their home’s dependency on fossil fuels now have a safer and cheaper option: solar power co-operative groups.
Maitland votes for increase
After raising taxes for the first time in seven years last year, Maitland is on its way to bumping rates again. Across city lines, Winter Park City Commissioners also considered an uptick in the millage on Monday.