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  • Alianza facilitará servicios a boricuas del área de Orlando

    Alianza facilitará servicios a boricuas del área de Orlando
    El alcalde de Orlando Buddy Dyer, el concejal Tony Ortiz y el director de la Administración de Asuntos Federales de Puerto Rico (PRFAA, siglas en inglés) Juan Eugenio Hernández Mayoral anunciaron hoy un acuerdo entre la oficina de atención a hispanos...
  • Orlando 'big winner' as feds invest $3.1 million to help students

    Orlando 'big winner' as feds invest $3.1 million to help students
    A federal agency is investing more than $15 million in AmeriCorps funding — including $3.1 million for the city of Orlando — to help kids succeed in school and find success after graduation, officials announced Wednesday. "AmeriCorps members...
  • Orlando mayor laments lack of cop cameras ... so get them!

    Orlando mayor laments lack of cop cameras ... so get them!
    In the wake of two Orlando police officers caught on camera kicking and using a stun gun on a seemingly cooperative subject, Mayor Buddy Dyer said something interesting. "I think this incident is a great example of why we should deploy body cams,"...
  • Buddy Dyer announces 1st fundraiser as Council races heat up

    Buddy Dyer announces 1st fundraiser as Council races heat up
    Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer isn't waiting to draw an opponent to start raising funds for his re-election campaign.  Dyer, who announced during his annual "State of the City" speech that he would seek re-election, on Monday posted an invitation on his "...
  • Dismissed as impractical, Juice proves the experts wrong

    Dismissed as impractical, Juice proves the experts wrong
    As a student at Rollins College, Sarah Elbadri had a novel idea for a business model: a bike share program that would make bicycles available in a city’s urban core, and allow people to open online accounts that would enable them to take those...
  • AmeriCorps helping to keep kids in school, on track

    AmeriCorps helping to keep kids in school, on track
    At a ceremony marking the end of the school year tonight, 16-year-old Damian Pierre will be thanking his two moms. There's the one who raised him — an Army veteran who brought up her son mostly by herself. Then there's the "mom" who shepherded him...
  • Soccer stadium money heading to arts center? Not so fast, Dyer says

    Soccer stadium money heading to arts center? Not so fast, Dyer says
    Despite the urgings of his counterpart in Orange County, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer isn't ready yet to get on board with a plan that would send money no longer needed for a soccer stadium to the performing arts center instead. In a statement provided to...
  • Dr. Phillips center announces $12M donation as Jacobs pushes to add soccer stadium money

    Plans to expand Orlando's performing arts center got a jump-start Wednesday, with the announcement of a major private donation and news that the center may be in line for millions in public money no longer needed for a soccer stadium. In a morning news...
  • Study: Orlando best for staycations, 2nd for summer travel

    Study: Orlando best for staycations, 2nd for summer travel
    Two recent studies from personal finance website WalletHub.com show that Orlando is a great place to vacation, whether you live here or not.  Orlando ranked as the best city in the nation for staycations, factoring in the number of attractions, pools...
  • Nikki's Place, a soul food mainstay, struggles to rebuild after fire

    Nikki's Place, a soul food mainstay, struggles to rebuild after fire
    The white dry-erase board of "specials" on the wall remains enticing: A fried catfish dinner, with three sides, is $11.50. Or have your pick from the value menu: beef stew, rib tips or turkey necks. Each comes with rice and a muffin, for just $3.50. But...
  • Is Orlando ready to put the brakes on new apartment construction?

    Is Orlando ready to put the brakes on new apartment construction?
    Contrary to what some people might be assuming, City Commissioner Robert Stuart noted, the Orlando City Council is not rushing to approve every residential home construction project being proposed for this city. In fact, if anything, Stuart noted,...