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  • Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban

    Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban
    Cheers, Apopka. You can now buy booze on Sunday in Orange County's second-largest city. The Apopka City Council, after months of debate, lifted a ban on liquor sales that had been in place since Prohibition ended more than 80 years ago. Until...
  • Sanford to panhandlers: Mind your manners or else

    Sanford to panhandlers: Mind your manners or else
    If you need an extra dollar, be careful how you ask for it in Sanford. City leaders are moving forward with tough new restrictions aimed at cracking down on aggressive panhandlers, saying they pose a threat to public safety. What's considered...
  • What travelers should consider when Alzheimer's is in the picture

     What travelers should consider when Alzheimer's is in the picture
    We're not yet past Labor Day, but it's already time to start thinking about traveling for the year-end holidays. If you've done it before, you can envision the hassle of getting there when it may seem as though half the world is going too, never mind...
  • Labor Day weekend: Crowded beaches, rough waves and DUI crackdowns

    Labor Day weekend: Crowded beaches, rough waves and DUI crackdowns
    Thousands of people will flock to Central Florida's coast with beach towels for a hot — sometimes rainy — Labor Day weekend. In turn, Central Florida's law officers will be out in full force; patrolling area beaches, lakes and highways...
  • Robin Cherney: Acting, travel weren't limited by her disability

    Robin Cherney: Acting, travel weren't limited by her disability
    When Robin Cherney was diagnosed at age 4 with brain damage that severely impaired her memory, her parents were determined that she would live a fulfilling life. She traveled around the world, acted in plays and won the hearts of many. "Wherever she...
  • Jim Hinson: Physical therapist was health, wellness pioneer

    Jim Hinson: Physical therapist was health, wellness pioneer
    Jim Hinson, a physical therapist who spent his career with Florida Hospital, helped bring wellness efforts into the mainstream. Hinson died Aug. 28 of complications from Parkinson's disease. He was 89. "They were into health and wellness before it was...
  • Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter

    Bob MacLeish: Ad man who helped homeless find shelter
    He taught his three children to appreciate laughter, beauty and wonder, fought for his country in the South Pacific, spent decades working in advertising, ministered to jail inmates and helped Orlando's homeless find warm places to sleep on cold nights....
  • In Newport News double drowning on Deep Creek, one friend tried to help another

    In Newport News double drowning on Deep Creek, one friend tried to help another
    NEWPORT NEWS — A man tried to rescue his friend from the strong tidal currents at Deep Creek before succumbing to the shifting waters himself, according to a police report into a double-drowning near the Menchville Marina earlier this month. The...
  • A mother describes her grief on the witness stand in Hampton

    Phyllis Rodriguez is fighting a battle every day as she lives without her slain son. It's been nearly two years since 19-year-old Bartholomew Kyle Robinson was shot to death on Seldendale Drive in Hampton. He was the youngest of Rodriguez's three...
  • Broward judge overturns Florida's gay-marriage ban

    Broward judge overturns Florida's gay-marriage ban
    A state circuit judge in Broward County today made history, ordering the state of Florida to recognize gay marriages performed in another state. Circuit Judge Dale Cohen's ruling is the third in as many weeks by a Florida judge who has ruled that the...
  • Redistricting has candidates running in limbo

    Redistricting has candidates running in limbo
    Chaos is emerging in Central Florida congressional primaries, yet the affected candidates can do nothing but plod onward while worrying their Aug. 26 election may lead only to a very short term or be canceled, thrown out or challenged in court. Leon...