Hospital looks to grow
Winter Park Memorial Hospital is looking to expand – a reaction to the area’s growing senior population.
Winter Park is planting a new policy rooted in honoring the city’s oldest residents.
Park pet tribute on hold
A tribute to Winter Park’s departed pets set for Lake Baldwin Park is resting in peace for now, as Florida officials ruled the memorial was prohibited in the park.
Healthy food on wheels
A gigantic re-purposed LYNX bus with paintings of produce on its exterior doubles as a farmers market.
Tree crashes down
One Winter Park family is without a home after a tree fell onto their house along Douglas Avenue last month.
Relocating to MLK Park?
The Winter Park Library Facility Task Force gave its final presentation on a new public library to Winter Park City Commissioners on Monday after a year of intensive research and meetings.
Winter Park said goodbye to a cherished landmark on Monday as demolition began of the Mt. Vernon Inn, making way for a new development in its place along U.S. Highway 17-92.
Making over city gateway
Winter Park has taken yet another step to spruce up one of its most neglected corridors along Fairbanks Avenue.
A Casselberry man was arrested by federal agents last Thursday after he was caught selling homemade explosive devices in Winter Park.
Plans for mega renovations
The golf course Nick Faldo has called “Winter Park National” is on the verge of getting a professional makeover – and a few new features.
Questioning an extension
Winter Park could be coming closer to a new Whole Foods Market location and an extension of Lee Road to help traffic along U.S. Highway 17-92, but it may come at a great financial risk to the city.
Vet's house almost finished
A year-long effort to give a wounded U.S. Army veteran a new house in Winter Park has reached the home stretch, with construction completed and the site nearly ready for the home’s installation.
Meet the WPHS valedictorians
It’s time for another class of graduating ’Cats to cross the finish line. Leading the crowd of cloaked and capped Wildcats will be the class of 2015’s 17 valedictorians.
Affordable housing issues
Is there room for low-income residents in Winter Park? A group of Winter Park residents are distraught after learning they have to move out of their low-income duplexes to make way for a potential 30-unit townhome development.
Capen nears completion
A two-year endeavor to preserve one Winter Park historic home never felt closer to completion than it did on Tuesday for Debbie Komanski, executive director of the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden.