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  • App review: 52 School Lunches

    If you're wondering what to put in your child's school lunch box that will be nutritious, quick and well-received by picky eaters, 52 School Lunches app comes to the rescue. The app is for busy parents who want delicious and fun recipes to keep kids happy...
  • Program will include tips on vegetable gardening

    Program will include tips on vegetable gardening
    The University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension in Lake County is hosting "Vegetable Garden Pests, Diseases and Other Problems" at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Lake County Agricultural Center, 1951 Woodlea Road, Tavares. The...
  • Cops: Elgin man spots his stolen Kindle on garage sale Facebook page

    Cops: Elgin man spots his stolen Kindle on garage sale Facebook page
    Odessian T. Torres, 20, of the 1200 block of Angeline Drive, South Elgin, was charged with a Class 2 felony count of burglary following a Feb. 8 incident. According to Elgin police, an Elgin resident told police a Kindle Fire, iPod, backpack and several...
  • Fifth-grader wins Lake spelling bee, moves on to regional competition

    Fifth-grader wins Lake spelling bee, moves on to regional competition
    EUSTIS — Levi Kaplan was on fire at the Lake County Spelling Bee. The fifth-grader at Seminole Springs Elementary School in Eustis correctly spelled F-L-A-M-B-`E for the win at the Eustis Community Center. "It's great and it's been a really good...
  • 'Harry Potter' available as e-books at Oyster

    'Harry Potter' available as e-books at Oyster
    J.K. Rowling has been very protective of Harry Potter, not letting her boy wizard jump into the e-book format until 2012. When he finally did, it was part of a universe she controlled, Pottermore. Now the seven original Harry Potter books are...
  • Kids must learn to control their own screen time

    Kids must learn to control their own screen time
    Some say the devil’s greatest trick was convincing the world he doesn’t exist. I say it was convincing parents that computers can be educational. I learned this the hard way over Christmas when my wife and I, stumped about what to get our...
  • Burglar breaks into Huntington medical offices

    Burglar breaks into Huntington medical offices
    Huntington Beach police are looking for a man who burglarized several medical offices at Hoag Medical Center this month. The man forced his way into the building at 19582 Beach Blvd. at about 12:25 a.m. Dec. 6, police said. The suspect, who was seen...
  • Kids must learn to control their own screen time

     Kids must learn to control their own screen time
    Some say the devil's greatest trick was convincing the world he doesn't exist. I say it was convincing parents that computers can be educational. I learned this the hard way over Christmas when my wife and I, stumped about what to get our middle school-...
  • Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first

    Why parents should crack open kids' tech gifts first
    If tech devices will be under the tree on Christmas morning, parents would be wise to crack them open before the kids do. "A lot of tech toys say 'plug-and-play,' but you might have to log in and establish a user name and password or configure the Wi-Fi...
  • High school students stand out in writing contest

    High school students stand out in writing contest
    High school students displayed their story-writing chops in a first-ever Common Core writing competition among 10th-graders in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. Winners were announced in a ceremony last week. Hannah Schoenbaum's story, "Nature's...
  • Lois Kuykendall Hild: Lifelong travels led wife, mother back to Orlando

    Lois Kuykendall Hild: Lifelong travels led wife, mother back to Orlando
    For her family, Lois Kuykendall Hild was the anchor: mother who injected meaning into the phrase "home is where the heart is." From an early age, she sought permanence in people, not places. Her father's work and her brother's bronchitis meant...