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  • ESPN reaches agreement to sell BASS

     
    ESPN Inc. announced Tuesday that it has reached an agreement in principle to sell BASS, LLC to a group of investors led by Don Logan, Jerry McKinnis and Jim Copeland. BASS, the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society, is the largest membership......
  • What's new at the Florida Film Festival, now under way

    What's new at the Florida Film Festival, now under way
    Here's a look at what's new at the 18th annual Florida Film Festival, which runs March 27 to April 5 at the Enzian Theater and the Regal Winter Park: * There are 162 films showing, up from 150 last year. * They've added a "Forbidden Films" showcase,...
  • Robotic Surgery: How Safe Is It?

    Robotic Surgery: How Safe Is It?
    When Mea Figueroa of St. Cloud, Florida, was told that a robot would be performing a delicate operation to remove uterine fibroids that were causing her pain and abnormal bleeding, she hesitated slightly. The machine looked like something straight out of...
  • Florida Cruise Guide: Bahamas Celebration itinerary

  • 11234 Bridge House Road, Windermere, FL 34786

    11234 Bridge House Road, Windermere, FL 34786
    On May 18, John A. Jenkins bought a home at 11234 Bridge House Road in Windermere, FL, from J. Richard Watson Construction for $2,700,000. John A. Jenkins is a leading neurosurgeon, whose office is based in Celebration, FL, at Celebration Health...
  • One of the original Florida Highwaymen to highlight Cedar Key arts fest

    One of the original Florida Highwaymen to highlight Cedar Key arts fest
    The 46th annual Old Florida Celebration of the Arts will once again be consuming downtown Cedar Key in late April. This year, R. L. Lewis, one of the original Florida Highwaymen, will be displaying his work and Tony's Seafood Restaurant will be filling...
  • Ex-smoker breathes easier after robotic surgery

    Ex-smoker breathes easier after robotic surgery
    Leta Roberts is a former long-time smoker who faced a possible diagnosis of lung cancer. She had undergone a procedure years ago to fix a collapsed lung, and was an unlikely candidate for another invasive operation to remove the potentially malignant mass...
  • How grand will rail stop at OIA be?

    Orlando International Airport rolled out plans last week for how it would like to mix air travel with high-speed rail. But how many of the world's major cities have big ground-transportation hubs that require the vast majority of local residents to...
  • 10/5: Business transactions

    This listing represents real-estate transactions valued at $300,000 or more. Smaller transactions can be found online at OrlandoSentinel.com in the Public Records section. Orange DAVID AND SHIRLEY MACKEY to Randy and Michelle Zwirn, Sicilian Shores, $1....
  • 10/16: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard VERONICA D. CACECI, 90, Melbourne, died Wednesday. Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne. DOROTHY M. GAUNCE, 89, Melbourne, died Tuesday. South Brevard Funeral Home, Melbourne. RICHARD E. HILL, 76, Satellite Beach, died Tuesday. South Brevard...
  • 24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne

    24 hours of Hurricane Jeanne
    Read from the last page forward to see an archive of developments in chronological order as reported by Sentinel staff. 5:03 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, 2004 After Charley, my downtown Orlando neighborhood went eight days without power. I have to admit, part...