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  • 5 Central Florida lawmakers are AIF ‘Champions’

     
    Six weeks to the day after the Legislature adjourned — actually, the final “day” lasted until about 3:30 Saturday morning, but who remembers — Associated Industries of Florida has issued its “Champions of Business”...
  • Seminole teacher on national PTA board

     
    Nancy Cox, a kindergarten teacher at Heathrow Elementary in Seminole County, was elected to the board of directors of the National PTA during its recent convention in Orlando. Cox has been active in the PTA for many years, including stints as head of...
  • Radio Disney partners with Florida’s Turnpike to promote SunPass

     
    Radio Disney is partnering with Florida's Turnpike Enterprise and its SunPass Pre-Paid Electric Toll Collection to educate residents and tourists that the first 47 miles of Florida's Turnpike in Miami-Dade no longer accepts cash. To get the word out,...
  • Is school success related to clean house?

     
    Does your kid think school stinks? And is Pine-Sol the way to better grades, honor roll and a seat at Harvard? The Taste and Smell Treatment and Research Foundation is suggesting that we might possibly think so.  I was cleaning out some old e-mails and...
  • Seminole State offers $95,000 to attract students to new degree program

     
    Haven't heard about Seminole State College's new four-year degree in construction yet? Maybe $95,000 will get your attention. The college is offering $95,000 in scholarships to try to build awareness about the new program, set to launch in January....
  • New House map would pit incumbent Republicans against each other

     
    TALLAHASSEE – A House redistricting panel developing new legislative districts settled on a proposal Friday that creates two new minority-leaning seats within Orange and Osceola counties and scrambles the political maps across Metro Orlando. Rep....
  • Seminole school art show is AAA grade

     
    The arts along with academics and athletics are part of what Seminole County public schools tout as their “Triple A” experience. So where better to display the artistic achievements of some of the school system's top student artists than at...
  • Bill Clinton to raise money for Nelson at Morgan’s house

     
    The re-election campaign for Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson is inviting big-money supporters to an August 2 party with former President Bill Clinton, to be held at celebrity lawyer John Morgan's house. Tickets start at $1,000, and go up to $10,000 for...
  • Report: U.S. Senate committee releases report critical of for-profit colleges

     
    A U.S. Senate committee released an investigative report this weekend that's highly critical of for-profit colleges — citing  a 64 percent dropout rate for associate degree programs and pointing out that more money goes into marketing than...
  • Republicans, incumbents, lead in early Legislature fundraising

     
    Early campaign fundraising returns coming in this week show that Republicans and incumbents — and those two groups have tremendous overlap — have the usual big advantages over Democrats and challengers in Florida Senate and House races....
  • Seminole State College professor wins several honors in National Pie Championships

     
    John Sunvold, a communications professor at Seminole State College of Florida, won the 2012 Amateur Best in Show prize at the American Pie Council’s Crisco National Pie Championships held April 27-29 in Orlando, Fla. For his Peg’s Banana Cream...