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  • The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida

     
    Over two days, we revealed this year's list of “The 25 Most Powerful People in Central Florida” — as chosen by a panel ofleaders from the business, nonprofit and political communities. Below is the full list of 25- with nutshell description
  • UCF trustee Meg Crofton resigns to move to Calif.

     
    Meg Crofton has resigned from her seat on the University of Central Florida's board of trustees. Croftonrecently submitted her letter of resignation to Gov. Rick Scott, effective Feb. 1. She said in her letter that she's moving to California as part of...

    Epcot marks 30th birthday

    Epcot marks 30<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> birthday
    Disney World fans and officials marked the 30th birthday of Epcot with low-key celebrations at the theme park on Monday. Festivities included an afternoon ceremony at the America Gardens Theatre, sessions on Epcot's history and queues for Epcot fans to...

    Disney opens first phase of $350 million Art of Animation Resort

    Disney opens first phase of $350 million Art of Animation Resort
    Walt Disney World welcomed the first guests to its newest hotel Thursday morning, after a quick character-and-confetti-filled ceremony. Disney World President Meg Crofton framed the opening of the $350 million Art of Animation Resort as a jolt for the...

    Will the fat lady ever sing in downtown Orlando?

    Will the fat lady ever sing in downtown Orlando?
    Teresa Jacobs fought legendary battles against the political establishment as a county commissioner. They pale compared with her first big one as county mayor. Jacobs zeroed in on the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in February, pointing out...