Cities set tax rates
With a traffic-calming measure proposed by a commissioner, money to pay for it voted down.
Casa Feliz director steps down
Betsy Owens will be leaving her position at Friends of Casa Feliz after 12 years of promoting historic preservation.
Planning for the future
Winter Park set its eyes on the future for decades to come last Monday as the City Commission voted to accept a new vision – a series of statements that guide the city when crafting new policies.
Bike share gets flat tire
A growing bike share program has a flat tire in the city of culture and heritage, but one Winter Park board is hoping to get it pedaling forward once again.
Community comes together
Winter Park took a moment on Tuesday to reflect on the lives lost in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history – one month after 49 lives were tragically cut short so close to home.
A new way to walk
Winter Park and Maitland residents might have a new conservation trail to look forward to – and it could give some students a new route to get to school.
West Winter Park evoloving
Winter Park residents on the west side of the city called into question the direction their neighborhoods are headed during last Monday's City Commission meeting.
Ladybird project raises questions
The issue of whether or not the city of culture and heritage has enough room for its preschoolers came up during the Winter Park City Commission meeting last Monday.
Project pushed aside
A Winter Park property now out for bid was the proposed site for Comstock Garden.
Painter tests new law
Mary Martin has the chance to paint a gem in Winter Park only available with permission from the city: the sidewalks of Park Avenue.
Pulse victims see support
The giving keeps going in Winter Park and Maitland this week, as local businesses continue to organize benefits for victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.
Preservation laws changed
The Winter Park City Commission voted to amend its historic preservation ordinance during its meeting last Monday – undoing the changes voted through by the Commission last December meant to better protect historic homes in the 134-year-old city.
Lake Lillian gets a lift
City officials and residents gathered at Mead Botanical Garden last Thursday to celebrate the restoration of one acre of the Lake Lillian wetlands, as well as a new boardwalk path opening to the public.
Orlando unites after shooting
Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.
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.