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  • 3 smaller races hit Geneva, Daytona, SeaWorld

    3 smaller races hit Geneva, Daytona, SeaWorld
    Smaller races often mean smaller entry fees and a better chance of placing in your age group. Here are three this month: Dawson's Dream 5K, 8 a.m. Saturday, April 12, Geneva Elementary, 275 First St., Geneva. This is a memorial walk/run in memory of...
  • One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash

    One child dead, 14 hurt as cops seek driver in hit-and-run day-care crash
    Joel Rosado sprinted to the scene as soon as he heard the screeches and saw a black Toyota Solara plow into the Goldenrod Road KinderCare, where a 4-year-old girl lay dying and 14 others were injured. "We could see the teachers were, like, panicking,"...
  • Trayvon Martin's mother: 'Racial profiling is still alive'

    Trayvon Martin's mother: 'Racial profiling is still alive'
    The mother of Trayvon Martin told a large crowd Thursday in Utah that racial profiling and injustice are still alive and that the death of her 17-year-old son is more about "the person who thought he was suspicious."   Sybrina Fulton was invited by...
  • Nominees reflect thriving community

    I'd recommend going through a process like the Sentinel Editorial Board's annual ritual of choosing a Central Floridian of the Year to anyone who ever feels down about our region. It's a great pick-me-up. Again this past year, we asked readers to give...
  • Nudists! Snakes! 14 oddities in Osceola County

    Nudists! Snakes! 14 oddities in Osceola County
    Osceola County is an odd place. And that's saying something to those of us who live in Florida, where weird is often multiplied by 10. Look past the county's deep-rooted rural history of cattle ranching and cowboys, and you'll find places   such as...
  • Time for January's Sanford Art Walk

    Time for January's Sanford Art Walk
    Here's information about the venues and artists participating in this month's Sanford Art Walk from the organizers: On the fourth Friday of each month — Jan. 24 this month — multiple venues in Sanford's downtown historic district host the...
  • Florida medical marijuana amendment headed down to the wire

    Florida medical marijuana amendment headed down to the wire
    TALLAHASSEE — A constitutional amendment effort asking Florida voters to legalize medical marijuana might be headed for a photo finish. The group has until Feb. 1 to gather the more than 683,000 valid voter signatures to make the ballot. The group...
  • Florida Bar: No credible evidence of wrongdoing by Mark O'Mara

    Florida Bar: No credible evidence of wrongdoing by Mark O'Mara
    The Florida Bar on Friday closed its investigation into possible wrongdoing by defense attorney Mark O'Mara, saying it found no credible evidence that he knowingly solicited false testimony from George Zimmerman's wife when she told a judge the couple was...
  • After George Zimmerman's silence, Shellie asks judge to grant divorce

    After George Zimmerman's silence, Shellie asks judge to grant divorce
    SANFORD — Frustrated by George Zimmerman's failure to respond to her divorce petition, Shellie Zimmerman is now asking a judge to stop the delays and simply grant her a divorce. Shellie Zimmerman, 26, filed for a divorce Sept. 5. Her estranged...
  • George Zimmerman's new painting: State Attorney Angela Corey

    The special prosecutor who charged George Zimmerman with second-degree murder in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin is the subject of his latest painting, according to a photo posted on Twitter by Zimmerman's brother. Robert Zimmerman Jr. said...
  • Tragic tale of aging, isolation emerges a year after mom, daughter's remains found

    Tragic tale of aging, isolation emerges a year after mom, daughter's remains found
    LONGWOOD — For more than six months, nobody saw Patty Novak or her 87-year-old mother, Phyllis Jackson. They withdrew from relatives. They had no close friends. They guarded their privacy. Nearly a year ago, David DeLoach, who had cared for...