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  • Auto-repair shops face off against insurers over payments

    Auto-repair shops face off against insurers over payments
    Auto-repair shops across the United States are suing insurance companies, including the nation's largest — State Farm — in a series of lawsuits that will be heard in Orlando. The auto-repair shops — several of which are in Central...
  • Southern Nights' neon makeover

    Southern Nights' neon makeover
    My only visit to the original Southern Nights was back in the mid-1990s, shortly after I had moved to Orlando from my small hometown in South Florida. In order of realization and impact, my first impressions of the place were "cheap drinks," "nice patio"...
  • Redistricting Redux in the courtroom

    Redistricting Redux in the courtroom
    TALLAHASSEE -- The authors and critics of Florida's re-drawn congressional map were back in a courtroom Wednesday haggling over the same seat that sparked their two year legal fight: the African-American-leaning district of Rep. Corrine Brown, D-...
  • Ring in 2015 with JJ Grey & Mofro at House of Blues

    Ring in 2015 with JJ Grey & Mofro at House of Blues
    There will be lots of live music on New Year's Eve, but fewer chances to ring in 2015 with sounds steeped in Florida's swampy roots. If that sounds good, you'll want to be in the crowd for JJ Grey & Mofro, who plan to celebrate the final hours of 2014...
  • Mica: Army's top executive says Orlando training agency not at risk of shutdown

    Mica: Army's top executive says Orlando training agency not at risk of shutdown
    The Army's top executive says the Army's military training and simulation command in Orlando faces no threat of being dismantled or closed despite a current restructuring, U.S. Rep. John Mica said Wednesday. Mica cited a briefing on Tuesday from...
  • Five things for Wednesday, August 20

    Five things for Wednesday, August 20
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida. 1. Deseret Ranch and Osceola County are planning for enormous growth in the next decades. Including large chunks of nature and pasture, a planned metropolis of tomorrow would span 133,000 acres in...
  • Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies for foodies

    Florida fall food festivals serve up goodies for foodies
    Hungry? If you are in Florida this fall you can bring an appetite to various food festivals, including one of the nation’s largest, the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival in Orlando. The festival, celebrating its 19th year, and running Sept....
  • Wings & Wildflowers Festival gets "Sunsational" award

    Wings & Wildflowers Festival gets "Sunsational" award
    Lake County’s popular Wings & Wildflowers Festival, which is coming up in October, just got some recognition from a statewide trade association for being “Sunsational.” The annual festival held at Leesburg’s Venetian Gardens...
  • 08/20: Progressions

    Robert L. Harding, founding partner of law firm Railey Harding + Allen, Orlando, was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies at the University of Florida. Mayra Martinez was hired as a loan officer in the Orlando...
  • Royals star reliever Wade Davis carries memory of stepbrother on the mound

    He still does not understand the loss, why death would claim the stepbrother he considered his closest friend. Each day at the ballpark, Wade Davis slips into a Royals jersey bearing No. 17, the digits of Dustin Huguley. When Davis toes the rubber, he...
  • First-day jitters for new teachers, students around Central Florida

    First-day jitters for new teachers, students around Central Florida
    At Grand Avenue Primary Learning Center in Orlando, Maddie Ginder tapped the knee of a kindergartner sitting cross-legged on a primary-colored rug. "See how she's sitting?" Ginder told her 19 students Monday. "We're going to call this criss-cross...