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  • Anti-prison privatization faction attempt to gut bill fails

     
    TALLAHASSEE — An attempt to kill the prison privatization bill failed Monday with the Senate striking down an amendment that would have gutted the plan to privatize more than two dozen correctional facilities in South Florida and instead do a...
  • Class 2A track: Girls 200

     
    Lake Wales' Octavious Freeman won her fourth event of the meet, capturing the 200 meters at the Class 2A state track and field championships Saturday at Showalter Field. Freeman ran a time of 23.64 seconds. Her four first mean she was responsible for 40...
  • Catch a Garden During the Holidays

     
    A cool holiday can be spent at a local botanical garden. The weather is going to be mild until the New Year which makes walking and enjoying easy. Sit a spell on a bench at your favorite garden and visit with nature. We did on Christmas Day. Perhaps you...
  • Bok Tower Gardens to host Winter Dog Day on Saturday

     
    Looking for a great outing this weekend? Bok Tower Gardens will become “Bark Tower Gardens” on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Winter Dog Day. Leashed and friendly dogs are invited to visit to help support the Humane Society of Polk County,...
  • Senate panel OK’s prison plan

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Senate Rules Committee passed a controversial prison privatization plan Monday afternoon by a 10–4 vote over the objection of correctional workers from across the state. The plan would hand over the operations of 29...
  • Lawmakers use a heaping helping of hometown love to finish budget work

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Even in dour economic days, piecing together a $70-billion state budget requires a sprinkling of special projects to appease powerful politicians. A spending plan House and Senate leaders finalized Monday comes loaded with earmarks for...
  • House debates $70 billion budget into the wee hours

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida House talked into the evening Thursday on its $70 billion budget plan that slashes funding for universities but boosts it for classrooms, charter schools, and hometown projects in the backyards of powerful politicians....
  • OCP’s Reggie Kohn selected 2A Coach of Year

     
    Orlando Christian Prep’s Reggie Kohn, who led the Warriors to their fourth state title in five years, has been selected the 2A Coach of the Year. Other honorees are Marcos Molina of Hialeah Gardens (8A), Melvin Randall of Ely (7A), Lawton Williams...
  • West Orange moves to No. 2 in Class 8A Miracle Sports state poll

     
    Below is the fifth state softball poll of the season as prepared by Miracle Sports. Miracle Sports is solely responsible for the rankings and content of the poll. Central Florida schools are in bold type. ___________________ ALL CLASS POLL 5A – 8A...
  • Scott has April 21 deadline to sign new state budget

     
    The News Service of Florida Gov. Rick Scott faces an April 21 deadline to sign the proposed $70 billion budget for the upcoming 2012-13 fiscal year and issue vetoes. Legislative leaders sent the budget to Scott on Friday, along with a series of other...
  • Timber Creek moves ahead of West Orange in 8A of Miracle Sports softball poll

     
    Below is the Miracle Sports state softball poll released Wednesday. This is the final poll before the start of the district tournaments next week. The contents of the poll are strictly the responsibility of Miracle Sports. N/A = Record not available ARV =...