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  • 8/16: Deaths in Central Florida

    Lake DAVID R. CORDERO, 37, Mascotte, died Tuesday. Cremation Choices, Minneola. EVELYN MARY CROUGHWELL, 73, Grand Island, died Thursday. Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. PHILLIP L. LEE, 83, Leesburg, died Friday. Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish...
  • Great War touched Orlando from far across the seas

    As decades roll by, events seem to move closer together in the telescope of time. While the 150th anniversary of the Civil War continues, historians remind us it's been a century since the beginning — on July 28, 1914 — of World War I, also...
  • Emmys: 'Shark Tank' wins, Winter Park doesn't

    Emmys: 'Shark Tank' wins, Winter Park doesn't
    Mel Brooks, Neil Patrick Harris and President Barack Obama helped boost the winners at this year's creative arts Emmys. But Winter Park wasn't so fortunate. The Emmy for outstanding commercial went to Apple's "Misunderstood." Budweiser's "Hero's...
  • Winter Park's Ravenous Pig celebrates 7th anniversary Aug. 19 with new logo, menu items

    Winter Park's Ravenous Pig celebrates 7th anniversary Aug. 19 with new logo, menu items
    Winter Park's is Ravenous Pig is celebrating its 7th anniversary with a new logo and new menu items. The logo, which was created by Orlando-based Hatchet Design, sets a new meticulous and rustic tone for the restaurant. "In pig years turning seven years...
  • Rowing across ocean is blissful torture for Winter Park native

    Rowing across ocean is blissful torture for Winter Park native
    Midway into his historic, 57-day journey across the Pacific Ocean, 28-year-old John Wagner found himself in a simple, if exhausting, rhythm: Row, eat, sleep. Row, eat, sleep. Row, eat, sleep. "Some days, when it was dead calm, it just felt like forever,...
  • SunRail delays last peak train at night to attract more hospital riders

    SunRail delays last peak train at night to attract more hospital riders
    In an effort to pick up more riders at the massive Orlando Health and Florida Hospital campuses, SunRail's last train during the evening peak hours will run 15 minutes later. Starting Aug. 25, the northbound 7:22 p.m. train at Orlando Health will come...
  • Is Shake Shack ready to expand into Orlando's tourist corridor?

    Is Shake Shack ready to expand into Orlando's tourist corridor?
    Shake Shack is expanding into Orlando's tourist corridor on International Drive, according to the Orlando Business Journal. We reached out to the company's corporate office in New York City for confirmation: "We love being in the Orlando-area, and the...
  • Sanford gallery exhibits local selfies as art

     Sanford gallery exhibits local selfies as art
    Arm extended, hold up a cellphone. Smile. Tap the screen. It's a sequence of events performed an untold number of times each day as people mark everything from a celebrity encounter to a gooey dessert with a "selfie" — a digital photograph of...
  • Walkability becomes the new buzz word in housing development

    Walkability becomes the new buzz word in housing development
    When it comes to securing housing, it’s been said that a key factor is location, location, location. But these days, builders and housing advocates agree, there’s another issue that’s also become appealing to those seeking a place to...
  • Central Florida gun buybacks collected more than 800 firearms

     Central Florida gun buybacks collected more than 800 firearms
    Hundreds of guns trickled in across Central Florida on Thursday as owners exchanged them for $50 gift cards. The annual gun buyback events hosted by local law enforcement agencies seek to reduce the number of firearms that could fall into criminals'...
  • Five things for Wednesday, August 13

    Five things for Wednesday, August 13
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: a tree grows where Hurricane Charley stormed through 10 years ago; massive red tide in the Gulf; and video of arrest of city commissioner aide. 1. Ten years ago Hurricane Charley barreled through...