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  • Mayor Dyer leads Orlando Bike to Work Day, May 9

    Mayor Dyer leads Orlando Bike to Work Day, May 9
    Do you commute to downtown Orlando? Mayor Buddy Dyer wants you to ditch the car for a day on Friday, May 9, for the annual Bike to Work Day as part of National Bike Month in May. Dyer will lead cyclists from Loch Haven Park along Orlando Urban Trail to...
  • City officials offer sneak-peek of Citrus Bowl

    City officials offer sneak-peek of Citrus Bowl
      The Citrus Bowl is currently undergoing a $207 million reconstruction project that will give the 78-year-old stadium a major makeover. City officials and members of the Florida Citrus Sports group offered a sneak-peek of the process on Wednesday...
  • Tom Terry, Tom Sorrells talk hurricanes

    Tom Terry, Tom Sorrells talk hurricanes
    Hurricane season, which starts June 1, will be a major topic this weekend on local public-affairs programs. The lineup: WKMG-Channel 6 chief meteorologist Tom Sorrells hosts that station's "Flashpoint" at 8 a.m. Sunday. His guests will be Max Mayfield...
  • With region all aboard, SunRail arrives: Editorial

    This morning, the first wave of official passengers boards Central Florida's new commuter train line. Riders will notice brightly painted locomotives bearing a sunshiny logo that reads "SunRail." SunRail — short for the Little Engine That Could....
  • SunRail costs plenty — but roads cost even more

    SunRail costs plenty — but roads cost even more
    For two glorious weeks, SunRail was the place to be in Central Florida. Riding was free. And folks flocked to it — including families, commuters and especially retirees, who swarmed the trains as if they were running directly to an early-bird...
  • Open Orlando's skies to cheaper competition: Editorial

    International visitors are gold in Central Florida's tourism-driven economy. On average travelers from abroad stay longer and spend more than their U.S. counterparts. Their regional economic impact has been measured at $2 billion a year. So it's no...
  • No. 1 hurdle for downtown Orlando: Image

    No. 1 hurdle for downtown Orlando: Image
    The most refreshing thing about the city’s Project DTO is that leaders are taking a hard, honest look at the community, good and bad. The good news is, downtown Orlando is a pretty cool place already. The bad news is, most people - even some...
  • Officials jazzed about Dr. Phillips Center opening

     Officials jazzed about Dr. Phillips Center opening
    Kathy Ramsberger said it succinctly on Thursday afternoon: "This November, we're on." The president of Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Ramsberger was announcing many of the center's shows for its debut year. The $514 million...
  • Big projects will be showcased during ULI summit in Orlando

    Big projects will be showcased during ULI summit in Orlando
    Some of the biggest projects in the Orlando area will be showcased when the Urban Land Institute’s annual Florida Summit is in town June 12 and 13. The 2014 Summit, held last year in Naples, will be at the Walt Disney Swan Resort, 1200 Epcot...
  • Senate adds sweetener to stadium bill for Orlando, Miami, Daytona projects

    Senate adds sweetener to stadium bill for Orlando, Miami, Daytona projects
    TALLAHASSEE -- A proposal to give tax subsidies annually to more professional sports stadiums got sweeter for Central Florida Thursday, as lawmakers added language allowing projects already underway to get ahead of the line for tax dollars. Both the...
  • Sports stadium package for MLS, Daytona nears House vote

    Sports stadium package for MLS, Daytona nears House vote
    TALLAHASSEE -- With time running out on Florida's lawmaking session, another professional sports tax-break package is headed for a photo finish. The Legislature is poised to pass a plan that could open the door for Orlando and Miami Major League...