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  • Adam Hasner grabs The Villages’ Morses for money team

     
    U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner has bagged two of the biggest Republican fundraisers in the state, announcing this morning that he has enlisted Gary and Renee Morse, developers of The Villages retirement community, for his Central Florida fundraising...
  • Fans turned away at NBA vs. NFL moms basketball game in Orlando

     
    It was the first annual NBA moms vs. NFL moms basketball challenge, spearheaded by MPBP President Lucille O'Neal. Orlando Magic players Rashard Lewis, Vince Carter and Dwight Howard came in support of the event. Retired Pittsburgh Steelers RB Jerome...
  • Health Care flap puts Seminole schools on alert

     
    The High Noon standoff between the the humongous Florida Hospital chain and the even humongouser United Health Care insurance company is beginning to lose its entertainment value for thousands of employees of the Seminole County public school system who....
  • Apopka principal says policies are in place to guard against heat

     
    Apopka principal Doug Guthrie said his school's athletic trainers and football coaches are stressing to players the importance of hydrating themselves at home well before practice starts following a Tuesday afternoon scare in which several players were...
  • Hispanic Heritage Month starts in September, ends in October

     
    It’s that time of the year, again, when institutions throughout the U.S. hold events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, a period designated by U.S. Congress to acknowledge the presence and contributions of Latinos in the United States. I often find...
  • Amendment 4 showdown a low-budget affair so far

     
    By John Kennedy, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Backers of a constitutional amendment that would put land-use changes before voters began airing a tough-toned web advertisement that says the measure is needed because Florida leads the...
  • NBA moms charity basketball game helps local charities

     
    Flo Allen-Hopson, mother of Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen, said the NBA vs. NFL moms charity basketball game will return to Orlando in 2012. The NBA moms defeated the NFL moms 24-12 Aug. 7 at Olympia high school to a sold-out crowd of over 2,500 fans....
  • “Death at Orlando International” video: “A total lie,” says spokeswoman

     
    (Updated again at 2:50 p.m. Monday with response from videographer) (Updated to correct date of the response to Saturday morning, rather than Sunday morning.) First, the good news: the man who appears in an Internet video entitled “Death at the...
  • Fla doctors bringing in big bucks from pharmaceutical companies

     
    By Marni Jameson Doctors in Florida have received more than $56 million from a dozen pharmaceutical companies since 2009, according to data released Wednesday by ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative news organization. Among those who were paid the most...
  • Ormond Memorial Art Museum classes offer respite from cancer

     
    As part of its mission of hope, health and healing, Florida Hospital has partnered with the Ormond Memorial Art Museum to provide Art in Therapy for cancer survivors, patients and caregivers. Some examples of how it's going: Bill, a patient at Florida...
  • ‘Pink Ribbon Project’ brings arts together to fight breast cancer

     
    When Aridhana Tiwari’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in December, Tiwari wanted to do something, anything, to help. The Orlando-based writer-director quickly turned to her craft. “I feel like art is very healing,” Tiwari said....