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  • 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...
  • Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections

    Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections
    The Alfond Inn, a boutique hotel established by Rollins College a year ago to raise money for scholarships, is exceeding its income projections for 2014, the school said Wednesday. The $32.5 million Winter Park hotel was projected to have net...
  • 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...
  • Legislature convenes rushed redistricting special session

    Legislature convenes rushed redistricting special session
    TALLAHASSEE -- Lawmakers released a re-drawn congressional map Thursday which would shift the contours of seven U.S. House districts spread throughout Central Florida. On the first day of a court-ordered special session, House Speaker Will Weatherford,...
  • Ticked off! @nail salon noise

    I'm ticked off at all of the attention on soccer as a sport. Soccer is not a sport, it is an activity. Soccer has zero offense, zero defense, zero scoring. Watching paint dry, grass grow or a sundial is more exciting than watching boring soccer. I'm...
  • 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'...
  • Report: Neighbor arrested in woman's rape at Winter Park-area apartments

    Report: Neighbor arrested in woman's rape at Winter Park-area apartments
    Orange County deputies this weekend arrested a man suspected in the rape of a woman last month at the Affinity at Winter Park Apartments, the Sheriff's Office said Monday. Florentino Apolonio, 30, was arrested at his apartment, which is one building over...
  • 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...
  • Five things for Thursday, August 14

    Five things for Thursday, August 14
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida: a judge issued a temporary injunction against a Planned Parenthood clinic; unrest in Ferguson, Mo. continues; and Internet-privacy device iCloak gets more support. 1. A judge has issued a temporary...
  • Seminole County judicial race draws incumbent, two challengers

    Seminole County judicial race draws incumbent, two challengers
    In this year's one contested race for Seminole County judge, voters must decide between incumbent Jerri Collins and two candidates who have filed for bankruptcy, Alex Finch and Sandra I. Rivera. Collins, 52, has been on the bench eight years,...
  • 10 years after Charley, Central Florida's tree canopy springs back

    10 years after Charley, Central Florida's tree canopy springs back
    Driving down from Virginia in July 2004 to start their new lives in Poinciana, Josh Folb and his wife had this conversation: "Hey, wait a minute. There are hurricanes in Florida," Josh said. "They don't happen that often," replied Belinda Folb. "You'...