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  • Orlando planners urge limits on duplexes in neighborhoods

    Hundreds of property owners in some of Orlando's most sought-after areas could soon face new limits on what they can build, as part of an effort by the city to keep out duplexes that officials describe as "out of character" with their surroundings.
  • Orlando gives Tinker Field historic designation

    Orlando gives Tinker Field historic designation
    The field where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. once addressed a civil-rights rally, and Jackie Robinson and Babe Ruth once stepped up to the plate, will remain where it has been for 92 years. Orlando city commissioners voted Monday to designate Tinker...

    Lake Silver Elementary hosts dedication ceremony

    Lake Silver Elementary hosts dedication ceremony
    It might not mean much to the children in the classrooms, but for some of the adults, the terms “Lake Silver graduate” and “Lake Silver parent” are two separate badges of pride. For Mayor Buddy Dyer, there was a definite sense of...

    The Yard at Ivanhoe development gets first-step approval

    The Yard at Ivanhoe development gets first-step approval
    Orlando’s Technical Review Committee has agreed to forward the application for The Yard at Ivanhoe, a large mixed-use development proposed for the Ivanhoe Village neighborhood, to the city’s Municipal Planning Board for a vote. If approved...

    Car burglaries on the rise in College Park, commissioner warns

    Car burglaries on the rise in College Park, commissioner warns
    Sometimes, City Commissioner Robert Stuart noted, it’s the simplest piece of advice that, sadly, need repeating – and repeating. That’s exactly what Stuart had in mind when he attended the College Park Neighborhood Association...