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  • Workshop on growing and storing vegetables being held this Saturday

    Workshop on growing and storing vegetables being held this Saturday
    You have a garden, and you want to grow far more than just pretty, decorative flowers. You have ambitions to grow your own vegetables, and add them to your family’s diet and meals. So how best to store and preserve them once they start to grow?...
  • 7/21: Deaths in Central Florida

    Orange DON STRALEY DAME, 80, Winter Park, died Friday. Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park. PABLO ESPINO, 65, Orlando, died Saturday. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee. RITA MARY GZAWAY, 71, Orlando, died Thursday. Woodlawn...
  • 7/22: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard LORA FERRIS, 91, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. LESLIE HUMPHREY, 79, Titusville, died Saturday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. Lake CRISTI ANNE BARNES, 46, Paisley, died Friday. Compassionate...
  • SunRail mobile app still not ready to go

    SunRail mobile app still not ready to go
    Three months after SunRail trains started running, the Florida Department of Transportation is still working on a mobile app and website data to give riders better access to schedule information. SunRail launched May 1 to large crowds, serving a route...
  • Ice cream once meant McElroy's or great big ol' Mogambo sundae

    With the arrival of Trader Joe's grocery in Winter Park, we've heard a lot about the chain's "two buck Chuck" wines (which bear the Charles Shaw label). But for some of us, it's the Coffee Bean Blast ice cream that calls from Joe's stock. And especially...
  • Bioplastics startup plans hiring with new funds

    Bioplastics startup plans hiring with new funds
    Winter Park-based US Bioplastics plans to hire about 10 people over two years with new angel funding, CEO Lee Strait said. The company is using a process licensed from the University of Florida to create plastic material from paper waste and farm...
  • 7/23: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard BEVERLY IRVINE, 73, Titusville, died Sunday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. JEAN PUSKARICH, 91, Titusville, died Saturday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. JAMES JOSEPH VACANTI, 45, Mims, died July 15. A Community Funeral...
  • Hugh T. Bethea Jr.: His priorities were family, public service

     Hugh T. Bethea Jr.: His priorities were family, public service
    Hugh T. Bethea Jr. spent his life in public service — first as a police motorcycle officer, detective and watch commander, and later as a state arson investigator. At home, he was a strict but loving father who also worked off-duty security jobs...
  • 07/23: Progressions

    James L. Bacchus, co-chair of Global Practice at Greenberg Traurig, was appointed by the United Nations as an adviser to the U.N. climate negotiations. Josh Velazquez was hired as a senior mortgage adviser at Waterstone Mortgage Corp., Winter Park....
  • Sources for kielbasa found

    Let's see what our super shoppers have been up to this week: Found Jill, Cathy, Joe and Don say fresh Polish kielbasa can be found at Europol Polish Deli, 3090 Aloma Ave. in Winter Park (407-678-0909) and Polonia Polish Restaurant, 750 S. Highway 17-...
  • Winter Park Chamber looking for more dialogue on density

    Winter Park Chamber looking for more dialogue on density
    Sometimes, Patrick Chapin noted, the way to heal divisions is to bring people together and make sure everyone feels like their voice is being heard. That’s why, as the city of Winter Park begins debating its future -- in particular, how much new...