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  • Helen Joanne Zivalich: Mother of large family was strict, loving

    Helen Joanne Zivalich: Mother of large family was strict, loving
    A devout Catholic proud of her Irish descent, Helen Joanne Watters Zivalich passed away July 16 at 85. Her children say she was strict, but loving A devout Catholic proud of her Irish descent, and the wife of a union organizer, Helen Joanne Watters...
  • Seminole's challenge: Turn 'blighted area' on Oxford Road into vibrant community

    Seminole's challenge: Turn 'blighted area' on Oxford Road into vibrant community
    Oxford Road in Fern Park is not one of Seminole County's prettiest streets. The sidewalks are cracked and broken. The landscaping is either bare or filled with weeds. And empty parking lots are littered with liquor bottles, beer cans and other rubbish....
  • More details emerge in Hampton slaying, double-shooting case

    HAMPTON — Just after 2:30 a.m. on July 12 — an early Saturday morning — Tasha Herbert and her husband awoke to someone pounding on their front door. They heard yelling and commotion on the front porch of their West Queen Street home,...
  • Florida's the scariest state? Only if you're a wimp

    Florida's the scariest state? Only if you're a wimp
    Look out, my fellow Floridians. The industrial fear complex is once again targeting our great state. The latest trumped-up outrage is a ranking of the supposedly "scariest states in America" — where Florida ranked No. 1. Why? Well, according...
  • Biking, walking to work are slowly gaining popularity

    Biking, walking to work are slowly gaining popularity
    It's been a bit lonely for Jamie Krzeminski, who has been riding his bicycle from his home near Mead Botanical Garden to work in downtown Orlando for a dozen years. "I still don't see that many people on my route. But I do see more people [lately],"...
  • Hogsmeade vs. Diagon Alley: Sizing up 2 Potter 'worlds'

    Hogsmeade vs. Diagon Alley: Sizing up 2 Potter 'worlds'
    In the tradition of the "Harry Potter" movies, Universal Orlando has come up with a sequel. On Tuesday, Universal Studios will open Wizarding World of Harry Potter — Diagon Alley, a follow-up to the blockbuster boy-wizard attraction that debuted...
  • Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park

     Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park
    At Winter Park's newest bakery, the goods come in just one shape, that unique circular design known as the Bundt. Nothing Bundt Cakes opened its first Central Florida location last week, specializing in ring-like cakes that swept the culinary world...
  • TV Review: 'The Chair'

    Those lamenting the absence of "Project Greenlight" (yes, both of you) before HBO announced its planned revival will find another insider-ish means of exploring Hollywood (by way of Pittsburgh) in "The Chair," a Starz not-so-original series from former...
  • Kathryn Kirkland: 'Sweetest face' had more than good looks

    Kathryn Kirkland: 'Sweetest face' had more than good looks
    Kathryn "Kitty" Kirkland was always told she was beautiful, but she wasn't the type to ever say it herself. That didn't stop others from doting on her looks, even winning her the title of "sweetest face in the world" from comic strip artist Al Capp....
  • Cops: Dad charged with neglect for leaving infant alone in Wal-Mart

    Cops: Dad charged with neglect for leaving infant alone in Wal-Mart
    Bargain hunting took a backseat for a Clermont Wal-Mart customer who came across a young child alone in a shopping cart with no sign of an adult nearby. The customer at the store at 1450 Johns Lake Road noticed the girl alone in the cart just after 6 p....
  • The Mermaid Academy swims into town

    The Mermaid Academy swims into town
    Her body bobbing in the clear-blue pool water, Hannah Walsh looked like any other young swimmer as she dived for plastic gold coins at the Sheraton Vistana Villages. Well, except for one detail. The 6-year-old tourist was wearing a shimmery, orange...