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  • 9 attorneys from Central Florida get certified as experts

    9 attorneys from Central Florida get certified as experts
    Nine Central Florida attorneys were recently certified by the Florida Bar as experts in their field of law. About 4,600 of Florida's 98,000 lawyers have earned board certification. The state offers 24 specialty areas for board certification, more than...
  • GFS Marketplace grocer opens in Orlando

    GFS Marketplace grocer opens in Orlando
    Bulk grocer GFS Marketplace has opened a new store in Central Florida. The store at 4922 E. Colonial Drive, near Orlando Executive Airport, sells food in bulk to families, party planners, restaurants, nonprofits and other businesses. The doors...
  • Trustco plans new Florida HQ in Central Florida, to expand statewide

    Trustco plans new Florida HQ in Central Florida, to expand statewide
    Trustco Bank said Monday it plans to establish a new Florida headquarters in Longwood, move its current operations from Maitland and expand its presence in Florida with a series of new branches. The Glenville, N.Y.-based bank – 16th largest in...
  • 6/17: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard DOROTHY BRABSON, 82, Titusville, died Saturday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. EMMA HOFFMAN, 84, Titusville, died Sunday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. TAMMY OSTEEN, 50, Titusville, died Sunday. North Brevard Funeral Home,...
  • SunRail ridership grows despite glitches

    SunRail ridership grows despite glitches
    Ridership is climbing on the SunRail commuter train, despite glitches ranging from balky crossing gates and ticket machines to crowded cars during the evening commute. Each day, on average, more than 4,100 people board SunRail — just a bit fewer...
  • Altamonte Springs police officer kills knife wielding man

    Altamonte Springs police officer kills knife wielding man
    An Altamonte Springs police officer killed a man wielding a knife early this morning who was believed to be a suicide suspect, the department said this morning. The incident occurred just after midnight Sunday, when an officer responded to 291...
  • 6/15: Deaths in Central Florida

    Lake ANA CONDOM, 93, Lady Lake, died Tuesday. Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society, Lady Lake. MICHAEL GRAVELIN, 67, The Villages, died June 8. Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society, Lady Lake. MALCOLM JARVIS JR., 71, Fruitland Park, died Tuesday....
  • Michelle Griffin: Art director's humor, songs lightened office

    Michelle Griffin: Art director's humor, songs lightened office
    Michelle Griffin lived her life with a creative eye, a song in her heart and a rubber-duckie collection that reflected her fun-loving attitude, her family, friends and co-workers said. "Work was so pleasant with her because she always made you laugh,"...
  • Louis Lang: Military man earned Bronze Star, respect

    Louis Lang devoted 28 years of service to the U.S. Army and Marines. In return, the military gave Lang several lifetimes of travel and experience. "He was as military the day he died as he was when he was in the military," said daughter Jean Coffey, 70....
  • 6/16: Deaths in Central Florida

    Orange WILLIAM ARTHUR BALL, 84, Orlando, died June 6. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha. HOWARD E. BOYD JR., 84, Orlando, died Friday. Banfield Funeral Home, Winter Springs. EVELYN GRACE BUCHANAN, 95, Apopka, died Thursday. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha....
  • Pinocchio's Marionette Theater will close in July

     Pinocchio's Marionette Theater will close in July
    Pinocchio's Marionette Theater in Altamonte Springs will close at the end of July, director Sean Keohane says. Attendance and donations dropped off last fall and have never truly recovered, he said. The theater, which specialized in puppetry shows for...