Winter Park mourns victims
The ceremony at Knowles Memorial Chapel gave locals a chance to reflect on the loss of life and what happens next for a hurting city.
Businesses step up
More and more local businesses are looking to give back to the victims of Sunday’s Pulse nightclub shooting.
Winter Parkers flood blood bank
Fifty-seven Central Floridians walked in the front door of Winter Park's OneBlood center, and out with a bandage circling the crook of their arm. In between entrance and exit, they waited an average of five hours.
Night crosses stage
Trinity Prep senior and lacrosse star John Michael Night received roaring applause for standing and walking at his own graduation, six months after tragedy struck.
Park Avenue addition
A development project for a 53,000-square-foot, three-story office building combined with retail, restaurant space, and basement parking is being pursued by Battaglia Group Management, LLC.
A generous gift
Pieces of a puzzle can fall into place in the strangest yet most wonderful ways – just ask Winter Park Chamber of Commerce CEO/President Patrick Chapin.
Park petition pointless?
An effort by Winter Park residents to keep the city’s new library out of Martin Luther King Jr. Park might be a pointless endeavor – at least that’s what the city contends.
City seeks quality
The city’s Economic Development Advisory Board recently discussed what’s gone wrong along U.S. Highway 17-92 and what went right with Park Avenue.
Tars take series
After starting the series with two ominous blowout losses, the Tars put together three rallies to win 5-3 to close out the season.
Steps down as CEO
Winter Park Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Patrick Chapin announced his resignation from the Chamber earlier today, May 18.
Request raises questions
A simple request for a black aluminum gate turned into a greater discussion of how architectural rules should be set within historic areas of the city.
Petition could change project
A group of Winter Park residents are on the verge of pushing a petition to prohibit the new library from being built in Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
Protecting historic properties
Casa Feliz will host its 10th annual James Gamble Rogers II Colloquium on Historic Preservation to celebrate the area’s rich architectural resources.
Property overpaid for?
Winter Park may have a potential buyer for the former Booby Trap property – a transaction that would still leave the city $160,000 in the hole.
Denning Drive walking tour and public meeting
The city of Winter Park, with assistance from GAI Consultants Inc., will hold two public involvement meetings to discuss Denning Drive, its current conditions, and future possibilities.