Rollins goes eco
Seven students put eco-living to the test
Winter Park resident and UCF professor honored for her devotion to education
B.A.S.E Camp in Maitland
Sandy Bonus’ Fine Arts Theatre/Art Camp provides children with cancer a chance to just be a normal kid.
SoNapa moves in
SoNapa Grille will open a second location in the Steak and Ale building, which has been vacant for three years.
City's new director
On Monday, Maria Simmons officially began her mission to provide for the Chamber’s 300 members and do more with less while harnessed by a tight budget.
Shop sells fair-trade crafts
All of the handbags, jewelry, scarves and home décor found in Bajalia are made by women in some of the poorest countries in the world
OIA traffic increase
Orlando International Airport sees first steady increase in traffic this year; up 1.8 percent from last year.
Credit card debt, poor financial decisions during college years often haunt college graduates
With credit card companies mailing students gimmicks or soliciting them on campus with "free" promises, they should be aware of smart financial practices
Just Between Friends gives parents a chance to sell used items and buy for cheap
Strollers, bottles, books and clothes — every mother needs them. The troubling economy hasn't made it any easier.
This 73-year-old is training for a 39.3-mile walk to combat breast cancer
After a day in the heat, the last thing someone would want to do is walk home. But for Alice Everard, a 73-year-old mail carrier in Winter Springs, walking home is good training for what's to come.
After ending its fight to keep its GM contract, the Winter Park-based dealer opens Driver's Marts
Holler Chevrolet in Winter Park and Classic Chevrolet in Altamonte Springs are moving move forward with a used-car business concept.
A 38,000-square-foot, $9.1 million community center is being built at the former center's site
Man dedicates 30 years to growing Winter Park's landscape
Learn to swim programs are abundant in Winter Park and Maitland areas
Local swim lesson programs teach kids how to swim like fishes while cooling off from the summer heat.
Gift ideas this year range from bedazzling footwear to the classic chocolate
Whether it's taking them out to brunch, giving them a card and candy, sending them flowers or treating them to a spa
Jewish Community Center recounts the risks taken by Holocaust rescuers
A new 'Party on the Park' event and a longer ice rink run are in the works for the shopping district
Winter Park discusses many new options to increase foot-traffic on the Avenue including 'Party on the Park', and Winter in the Park, as well as Winter Park fashion week
Firefighters, police and even FBI and Secret Service join on the charitable kickball event on April 25
Friends of First Response, a nonprofit organization that benefits first responders in Maitland, will host its annual kickball tournament on April 25
Friends and colleagues of Winter Park's Jack Rogers band together to make home for deserving family
Gift from God Computer Foundation supplies needy kids with used computers
Giving away 1,000 to 1,500 donated and refurbished computers every year, the Gift from God Computer Foundation is heaven sent
Free legal services allow Hospice of the Comforter to spend more on its programs