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Longwood (Seminole, Florida)

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  • SunRail delayed after train hits landscape trailer in Longwood

    SunRail delayed after train hits landscape trailer in Longwood
    The SunRail commuter line hit a snag Wednesday when one of its trains hit a utility trailer near the Longwood station, causing delays for the new service. No one was hurt in the crash, which happened about 5:30 p.m., but there was a delay of nearly two...
  • FDLE: Man plotted rape, killings, DVD

     FDLE: Man plotted rape, killings, DVD
    A Longwood man wanting to get his start in the child-pornography business planned to slash the throats of a mother and father so he could drug and rape their 9-year-old daughter, videotape their sex acts and then kill her, too, state law-enforcement...
  • Orlando auditions: 'Music Man' from CFCArts

    Central Florida non-profit arts organization to have open call auditions for "The Music Man" Open call auditions for principle and ensemble roles for Central Florida Community Arts' upcoming concert version production of Meredith Willson's "The Music...
  • Tips on buying and preparing steak for Father's Day

    Tips on buying and preparing steak for Father's Day
    Here are tips on buying and preparing steak for Father's Day. Speak up. Tell the meat cutter or meat counter person what you're looking for. How many people are you feeding? Do you want individual steaks or a big Flintstones-size slab to share? Does...
  • Nationwide venture capital outperforms stock market

    Nationwide venture capital outperforms stock market
    At least one Central Florida venture capitalist is taking note of national news that venture capital funds outperformed the stock market in recent activity. Venture capital is money invested in a young company, usually in exchange for equity or a...
  • Apopka LB Billy Caughell lands first offers from Air Force, Georgia State

    Apopka LB Billy Caughell lands first offers from Air Force, Georgia State
    Apopka's Billy Caughell has come a long way from his skinny days as a sophomore linebacker at Apopka High. He's added pounds and muscle to the skinny frame, as well as a skill-set that has earned him mention with some of the best linebackers in Central...
  • Best steaks for grilling on Father's Day

    Best steaks for grilling on Father's Day
    Dad doesn't need another tie for Father's Day. Just grill a steak on June 15 and let him groove to a carnivorous beat. What to buy? Well, rib-eye remains the favorite across the United States — and the bigger the better on dad's day. But the...
  • With tax passed, what now for Seminole's trails?

    With tax passed, what now for Seminole's trails?
    Seminole County voters' approval of a penny sales-tax hike that starts Jan. 1 is good news for the county's trails system. The tax can be used to build new trails, and several plans are in the works. Here's a summary from Seminole public-works official...
  • Warlocks defendant to invoke 'stand your ground' in biker murder trial

    Warlocks defendant to invoke 'stand your ground' in biker murder trial
    SANFORD — The first Philly Warlocks biker to come to trial in the shooting deaths of members of a rival gang will ask a judge Tuesday to clear him under Florida's "stand your ground" law. David "Tin Man" Maloney, 54, of Longwood, is charged with...
  • Greetings, salutations and a tip of the hat still exist in a time of texting

    Although some customs have changed — and in spite of omnipresent ear buds and texting — the custom of greeting people still exists. I remember my grandfather lifting his hat as he passed, without speaking to, the female supervisors on our...
  • Special Olympics Torch Run travels through Seminole County

    Special Olympics Torch Run travels through Seminole County
    One-hundred yards to go and Special Olympian Monica Hernandez started sprinting.  With a torch extended into the air from her left hand, Hernandez, 26, of Oviedo, crossed the finish line as more than a dozen Seminole County law enforcement officers...