Lax player memorialized
Rollins College men’s lacrosse captain Will Hauver (class of 2015) passed away suddenly Monday afternoon.
Long-planned trail takes shape
Winter Park’s newest bike trail has finally reached the design phase – more than eight years after it was originally proposed.
Donations stir suspicions
A development vote last month has raised conflict of interest concerns after a Commissioner may have received developer-tied campaign donations.
Saving the tatas?
Winter Park’s boob-shaped building could be getting a lift, if someone is willing to pay for it that is.
Movement hits home
Last week, more than 100 people flocked to a Winter Park restaurant to solidify their solidarity with the words “Je Suis Charlie” following the deadly terrorist attack targeting satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
I-4 turn still proves deadly
One of the most notorious stretches of Interstate-4 known for crashes may still be a danger zone, despite road improvements specifically designed to make it safer.
WPPD top officers to resign
The Winter Park Police Department is in for a major overhaul in leadership with its four top-ranking officials retiring in the next 18 months.
Failed proposal comes back
A proposed assisted living facility in Winter Park may still come to fruition despite being voted down by a city board last month.
The race for Winter Park mayor is on
The stage has been set for the Winter Park General Election in March, with one candidate stepping out of the race and another announcing his campaign prior to the Jan. 6 qualifying deadline.
Lights up the night
A yearlong journey of healing and hard work came to end Life Scout John Michael Thomas and the family of Elizabeth Buckley unveiled a shimmering memorial.
Gibbons off to stellar start
It’s difficult to see the road ahead, but that’s just fine for Baldwin Park resident Rafaella Gibbons. The road behind is already decorated with her achievements.
Robert Corchado found guilty
A Winter Park resident held responsible for a deadly daycare car crash in April will be put behind bars later this month.
Memorial lands in Central Park
A yearlong journey of healing and hard work came to end on Dec. 18 as Life Scout John Michael Thomas and the family of Elizabeth Buckley unveiled a shimmering memorial in Winter Park’s Central Park.
Six-story apartments approved
The Winter Park City Commission stood divided earlier this month over whether a proposed Ravaudage apartment complex should stand two stories taller – what some saw as a potentially overbearing structure looming over city streets.
Renowned Winter Parker dies at 81
The city of culture and heritage lost one of its most beloved public figures this month as he passed away following a lifetime of service to Winter Park.