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  • SunRail delays last peak train at night to attract more hospital riders

    SunRail delays last peak train at night to attract more hospital riders
    In an effort to pick up more riders at the massive Orlando Health and Florida Hospital campuses, SunRail's last train during the evening peak hours will run 15 minutes later. Starting Aug. 25, the northbound 7:22 p.m. train at Orlando Health will come...
  • Have an unwanted firearm? Give it to police for gift card

    Have an unwanted firearm? Give it to police for gift card
    Clermont Police Department will participate in the 16th annual "Kicks 4 Guns" program throughout Central Florida from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday while supplies last at Stormy Hill Harley-Davidson, 2480 S. U.S. Highway 27. Citizens can anonymously swap...
  • Walkability becomes the new buzz word in housing development

    Walkability becomes the new buzz word in housing development
    When it comes to securing housing, it’s been said that a key factor is location, location, location. But these days, builders and housing advocates agree, there’s another issue that’s also become appealing to those seeking a place to...
  • Rosemary Mayer: Sister was a close friend in good, bad times

    Rosemary Mayer: Sister was a close friend in good, bad times
    When Sister Rosemary Mayer and Sister Rosemary Lorenzen met 27 years ago, they were fast friends. At the time, Mayer was already living in Orlando. She worked in the finance department at the BETA Center and was a member of the Good Shepherd Catholic...
  • UCF's Kyle Cox proves there really is such a thing as a student-athlete

    UCF's Kyle Cox proves there really is such a thing as a student-athlete
    Kyle Cox has worn plenty of white medical coats the past few years. The one he put on Monday morning was the fashion statement of a lifetime. "Lab coats, they're different," he said. "They're much less formal than this bad boy." He gazed down at the...
  • How to become a volunteer money mentor

    The University of Florida Lake County Extension needs volunteers for its Florida Master Money Mentor program, which provides free one-on-one financial coaching. Volunteers will help families and individuals create and track family budgets and promote...
  • Dr. Monica Reed: Runner-up

    Dr. Monica Reed: The CEO of Florida Hospital Celebration Health knew from the time she was in grade school that she wanted to go into medicine. She dreamed of not only treating patients, but also solving "big problems." She's living that dream as the head...
  • City, Orlando Ballet craft deal to give troupe a home

     City, Orlando Ballet craft deal to give troupe a home
    Eight months after mold forced the Orlando Ballet from its longtime home, the dance company could be moving to new headquarters in a prime location, Orlando's Loch Haven Park. Leaders of the city and the ballet have struck a deal that will let the dance...
  • A beginner's guide to SunRail

    A beginner's guide to SunRail
    About a month ago, I met a doctor in residency at Florida Hospital who hadn't heard of SunRail.  During our conversation, I also learned that he lived in downtown Orlando within a few blocks of a SunRail stop. This doctor-in-training, whose hospital has...
  • UF study predicts 121,000 jobs created through Medicaid expansion

    TALLAHASSEE -- The state's hospitals made the pitch Friday that accepting federal Medicaid dollars available to states willing to insure more poor people under the Affordable Care Act will be an economic engine for Florida. The Florida Hospital...
  • Patients lose when hospitals take over doctors

    Patients lose when hospitals take over doctors
    When a big hospital chain buys an independent doctor's office, we often hear the move will "enhance care," "integrate care" or "improve health-care efficiency." Spare us the euphemisms. Patients are the losers in these deals. We pay higher costs. We...