Three suspects arrested
Three arrests were made by Winter Park Police last Tuesday following the burglary of a home along Osceola Avenue.
Residents fear monsters in Winter Park
A new development planned to sit just west of Mead Garden along U.S. Highway 17-92 has some Winter Park residents concerned about a large increase in traffic in their neighborhood.
Dedication on Friday
The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and City of Winter Park will join members of the Fountain Club to dedicate the new Pat King Gazebo on Friday, November 21, at 1:30 p.m. in Central Park.
Realtor, former mayor to run
Another local resident is set to vie for City Commissioner Steven Leary’s soon-to-be-empty seat.
City to start grant program
Winter Park’s latest effort to revitalize West Fairbanks Avenue may be giving local storefronts a facelift.
DPAC opens in style
On Nov. 6, Orlando celebrated the grand opening of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of the brand new facility.
Vet celebrates homecoming
A wounded Army veteran came one step closer to finding a new home in Winter Park on Tuesday morning – the same day that soldiers across the country from past and present were honored and celebrated.
Two announce candidacy
Winter Park residents can expect a heated election next March as at least two candidates hope to become the city’s new mayor.
Cities battle for fitness
On Saturday, November 1, the cities of Winter Park, Eatonville and Maitland will compete for cash prizes in Healthy Central Florida’s third Mayors’ Sole Challenge.
To redevelop or preserve?
An incoming development picking up steam could play a part in setting a new precedent for the west side of Winter Park – a community that is ever-evolving yet potentially losing its historic character.
Could make larger projects easier
A proposed change to Winter Park’s land development code could make final approval easier for larger developments along Park Avenue and construction within wetland areas.
Troubles won't be cured by code
Current parking codes in Winter Park were given the thumbs up during Monday’s City Commission meeting, despite Park Avenue’s consistent parking problems and the ongoing parking battle outside Trader Joe’s.
Pedestrian crossing safety improves
For the last few years, Keith Wiedemann wasn’t sure if he could make it across Aloma Avenue alive. If a car ran a red light or turned right on a red, the blind Winter Park resident couldn’t see it.
Prep begins for peacock fountain
Winter Park Life Scout John Michael Thomas could have the fountain paying tribute to a fallen friend fully funded within the next couple weeks. And the site for the fountain is already being prepared.
What will replace Mt. Vernon Inn?
Winter Park residents got their first glimpse last Tuesday night of the latest version of Unicorp’s newest development along U.S. Highway 17-92.