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  • Church Street, cartoon and Obama: Letters

    Church Street, cartoon and Obama: Letters
    Church Street memories I enjoyed the front-page article "Bob Snow sees downtown rebirth again, at last" on Nov. 25, reminiscing with Snow about Church Street Station. My husband and I moved to Casselberry in 1975 from up North. Over the next 20 years,...
  • SunRail adding night train for Magic fans, arts center patrons

    SunRail adding night train for Magic fans, arts center patrons
    The SunRail commuter train is adding another evening run starting next Monday in an effort to pick up holiday revelers, Orlando Magic fans and patrons of the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center. The new trips will leave about an hour later than the last...
  • Five things for Monday, Sept. 29

    Five things for Monday, Sept. 29
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: The Orchid Garden is back; SunRail has been accident-prone; Blake Bortles played well, but Jags lose; and more. 1. Tech and business reporter Paul Brinkman has the story on The Orchid Garden, a...
  • For guitarists, this factory feels like home

    For guitarists, this factory feels like home
    It's called a factory, but there's no assembly line, no automated production. Instead the sawdust-caked Orlando shop known as The Guitar Factory has built a decades-long reputation among local and national musicians as a go-to place for stringed-...
  • SunRail late train hopes for Magic boost

    SunRail late train hopes for Magic boost
    SunRail's inaugural late-night train run carried about 100 passengers Monday, a fairly typical load for the commuter system. There were no special events — other than holiday shopping and merry making — to bump ridership in downtown...
  • Q&A: Orlando City president Phil Rawlins on stadium groundbreaking, TV deal and more

    Q&A: Orlando City president Phil Rawlins on stadium groundbreaking, TV deal and more
    Orlando City will not begin play in its new soccer-specific stadium until 2016, but the club’s groundbreaking on Thursday represents yet another major milestone for a franchise as it prepares for its start in MLS in March. The club had an...
  • Bankruptcies

    Bankruptcies
    Chapter 7 Central Florida individuals and businesses that have filed for liquidation under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code include: The Dessert Lady Inc., 8400 Sunset Drive, Orlando. Filed: Oct. 29. Assets: $0. Liabilities: $165,065. Major...
  • Work on I-4 overhaul to employ 2,000 people

    Work on I-4 overhaul to employ 2,000 people
    Moving cars and trucks swiftly is the main goal of the $2.3 billion overhaul of Interstate 4, but what motorists might notice more when they finally speed along on new pavement are some unusual, landmark touches added to the highway. There will be a...
  • VetFest USA planned for downtown Orlando

    VetFest USA planned for downtown Orlando
    Envisioned as a benefit festival for veterans groups, VetFest USA is slated for Labor Day weekend in downtown Orlando. In a press conference today, organizers unveiled a schedule and map for the two-day festival at the "Underfour Church Street...
  • VetFest USA set for Labor Day weekend

    VetFest under I-4 An array of rock, country and Dixieland acts will provide the soundtrack for VetFest USA, a veterans appreciation street party 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Aug. 30 and 31 at the Underfour Church Street Amphitheater in Orlando. The what?...
  • Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you

    Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you
    Tech startup companies are popping up regularly in Orlando these days, but there’s still a feeling among some entrepreneurs that the broader business community isn’t as involved. A new effort called Orlando Tech Week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3,...