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  • Video:Olympic Hurdler Damu Cherry

    Video:Olympic Hurdler Damu Cherry
      First in an occasional series: Olympic 100m hurdler Damu Cherry, a Central Florida native, sets her sights on  the 2012 Olympics. Cherry, who had been sidelined for six-months due to an injury to her achilles tendon, began her comeback in early...
  • Damu Cherry works through injury on way to Olympics

    Damu Cherry works through injury on way to Olympics
    This is a series of updates on Olympic hurdler Damu Cherry of Winter Garden, Florida, as she continues her comeback from an achilles injury that kept her from representing the USA in the World Track and Field Championships recently in Korea. We visited...
  • First responders remember 9-11

    First responders remember 9-11
    When news broke that Osama bin Laden had been killed, it brought back vivid memories for those who were on the scene in New York almost 10 years ago when the World Trade Center was attacked. Some of the first responders from the fire and police...
  • Off-roading through Florida's rugged, lush landscape

    Off-roading through Florida's rugged, lush landscape
    At Revolution, the Off Road Experience, you can enjoy the great outdoors. The outdoor adventure company, south of Clermont on 220 acres of pristine lakes, woods and meadows, offers a beautiful natural environment. Guests are acquainted with the equipment...
  • Lake School Board recognizes teens who died in crash

     
    Lake County School Board member Tod Howard’s seat was empty at the regular school board following the death of his stepson. Howard’s stepson, 16-year-old Tanner Guidry of Clermont, and the teen’s best friend Anthony Santiago, died in a...
  • Chaining opponents will be in the doghouse July 4

     
    From Dogs Deserve Better: As part of its annual Chain Off Campaign, the nonprofit organization Dogs Deserve Better will bring doghouses to the Groveland's Fourth of July festivities at Lake David Park, where dog advocates will spend the day chained from 9...
  • Melon Patch Players hand out awards, pick new logo

     
    On Saturday, the Melon Patch Players members, nominees and friends gathered to celebrate another season of achievement by handing out the Sara Awards. “Over the River and Through the Woods,” directed by Ken and Caroline Hoffman, was the night'...
  • Auditions: Moonlight Players’ upcoming season

     
    Here's the audition announcement for all the Moonlight Players' upcoming shows: AUDITION INFORMATION: All auditions are held at the Moonlight Warehouse Theatre from 7pm – 9pm unless stated otherwise. The Moonlight Players  at  The Moonlight...
  • Clermont’s Uncle Matt’s adding organic apple juice to line

     
    Uncle Matt’s Organic, best known for their line of premium organic orange juices, will launch an organic, not-from-concentrate, orchard-style apple juice in early September, 2011, in select Whole Foods nationwide, and distributed through UNFI,...
  • Hop into fitness at indoor trampoline park

     
    Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park (www.skyzonesports.com), an all-trampoline walled playing court  brings a new dimension in sports, fun and fitness.  Suitable for all ages and fitness levels, Sky Zone in Clermont, offers guests a wide variety of physical...
  • ‘Our Town’ will close Moonlight Players season

     
    There has been a change in the 2011-12 season from The Moonlight Players, since they first announced it in March. “Our Town” will now close the season next summer, instead of “God of Carnage.” (If you want to see “God of...