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Orange County Courthouse (Florida)

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  • Public defender to hold clothing drive in Orlando this weekend

    Public defender to hold clothing drive in Orlando this weekend
    Seeking gently-used dress attire his office's clients can wear in court, Ninth Judicial Circuit Public Defender Robert Wesley and his staff are holding a clothing drive this weekend. "Many of our clients often don't have anything better than jeans and...
  • Crews called to fire at construction site for apartments near SunRail

    Crews called to fire at construction site for apartments near SunRail
    Fire crews were called to a blaze late Monday at Crescent at Central Station, the downtown Orlando development currently under construction across the street from the Orange County Courthouse. Orlando firefighters and police responded to the...
  • 'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center

    'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center
    You don't have to be a movie buff to enjoy — and even learn from — the "Gone With the Wind: Reel to Real" exhibit currently at the Orange County Regional History Center. The display puts visitors in two distinct mind-sets, one in the Civil...
  • Grande Palisades investors buy vacant condo resort at auction

    Grande Palisades investors buy vacant condo resort at auction
    The Grande Palisades resort, which has sat empty for years, was auctioned on the steps of the Orange County Courthouse Tuesday morning for $69 million. The only bid was submitted by a group of investors who had already purchased the debt on the...
  • Massive, vacant resort in West Orange to be auctioned

    Massive, vacant resort in West Orange to be auctioned
    A vacant 890-unit resort in west Orange County, one of Central Florida's biggest remaining skeleton developments from the Great Recession, is set to be auctioned at 11 a.m. in Orlando on Tuesday. Called the Grande Palisades, the condo resort has been...
  • Hyatt Place joins downtown hotel boomlet

    Hyatt Place joins downtown hotel boomlet
    Downtown Orlando is in the midst of a hotel boomlet, with two properties under construction and at least three others in the works. The latest project to surface, if ultimately built, would add a 205-room Hyatt Place to the corner of South Street and...
  • Orange County expands domestic partner registry for gay couples

    Orange County expands domestic partner registry for gay couples
    Gay couples in Orange County will now find it easier to sign up for the county's domestic-partner registry. Previously, the affidavits needed for county residents to join the registry could be turned in only at the comptroller's office in the County...
  • Orlando's LED streetlights let stars shine a bit brighter

    Orlando's LED streetlights let stars shine a bit brighter
    In a truly dark sky, meteors scorch the blackness every few minutes, satellites race by in all directions and the dazzling Milky Way appears as an electrified cloud. None of those things is visible from Orlando because its urban lighting smudges the...
  • UPDATED: Greer appears ready to enter a plea deal

     
    TALLAHASSEE –  We are hearing former GOP Chairman Jim Greer will enter a plea deal in court today. Greer's trial on theft and money laundering charges stemming from his time as Republican Party of Florida chairman was slated to begin this morning....
  • Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules

    Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules
    Evidence about a stain found in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car may be admissible during her upcoming first-degree murder trial, Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry ruled Thursday. The order is one of several key rulings expected from Perry on...
  • Retired professor returns courthouse to defy no-pamphlet order

    Retired professor returns courthouse to defy no-pamphlet order
    What happens when a free speech activist is ignored by the authority he seeks to condemn? That's what happened to Julian Heicklen on Monday — pretty much nothing. No arrest. No confrontation with law enforcement. No civil disobedience quashed by...