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  • Come see a U.S. Senate candidate work

     
    Craig Miller, the former Ruth's Chris CEO who's running for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination, committed over the summer to a series of twice-monthly “workdays” to enable him to “keep in touch with Main Street.” He hasn't quite...
  • Senate candidate Craig Miller injured in motorcycle accident; Miller On Main Street campaign event postponed

     
    Updated at 12:41 p.m. with information from the Florida Highway Patrol: Republican U.S. Senate candidate Craig Miller reportedly got off with scrapes and bruises after being involved in a motorcycle accident in Altamonte Springs Sunday. Miller, 62, of...
  • Test kitchen extra: Time to ‘Go Fish’ in the kitchen

     
    Support the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' “Go Native! Eat Florida Seafood” program and you will be sure to have the freshest fish available. This week, Florida amberjack, clams, blue crab, flounder, red grouper,...
  • Ormond Beach Winn-Dixie plans Rosh Hashanah cooking demo

     
    Winn-Dixie will celebrate a fresh new year for Rosh Hashanah with a free cooking demonstration and in-store sampling at an Ormond Beach, Fla. store . From 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010, Chef Harry, a kosher catering specialist, will provide a kosher...
  • CENFLO 2010– Labor Day Weekend indies

     
    I ducked into the fifth annual Central Florida Film Festival out in Ocoee Friday, catching a few shorts, a feature — Daniel and Abraham. It was a lively scene, lots of volunteers guiding festival goers into the two screens dedicated to the fest at...
  • Fred McDaniel, former Leesburg track coach, passes away

     
    Fred McDaniel, a longtime Leesburg High coach/teacher/administrator, died on Sunday. He was 88. McDaniel retired in 1980 after serving as Leesburg's track coach from 1955-1980. He led the Yellow Jackets boys track team to back-to-back Class A...
  • National Public Lands Day allows you to stay active, do good deed, too

     
    One of the benefits of an active lifestyle is the boost it can give to one's self-esteem. Another way to feel good about yourself is by doing good for others. What if you could do both — stay active and performing a good deed — at the same...
  • Thousands of volunteers expected for International Coastal Cleanup on Saturday

     
    This Saturday marks the 25th annual International Coastal Cleanup, considered the largest event of its kind. We have a story here about the morning cleanup, which will include several beachfront sites, as well as some lakefront and spring sites. Last...
  • Volusia names top teachers

     
    Each of Volusia County's public schools has chosen a top teacher to take part in ths year's Volusia Teacher of the Year competition. The 70 winners were selected by the teachers at their schools, and will be honored at a reception Nov. 10. The district.....
  • Can I work out when I’m sick?

     
    The beautiful, fall weather in Florida has finally arrived — and so has flu season. Up to 20 percent of the U.S. population on average gets the flu each year, and even more are likely to get a common cold — adults average between 2 to 4...
  • Play tells story of real World War II veteran

     
    In honor of Veteran's Day, here's an announcement of a play with a historical military bent. There's a nice family twist: It's a one-man show, and the actor is playing his uncle in the real-life stories. A tip of the hat to all who have served and...