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  • Disney will use its personal government to build parking garages, saving the company millions

     
    Of all the additions Walt Disney World will make during the next few years as it transforms its Downtown Disney shopping district into the larger “Disney Springs,” none will be more important than a pair of parking garages. The twin garages,...
  • House panel passes ethics reform, although differences remain

     
    TALLAHASSEE – Less than three weeks into the 60-day session, House and Senate lawmakers are both advancing ethics changes designed to hold politicians to higher standards of conduct while they’re in office and after they’ve left. But...
  • Local youths get HEROES awards for programs that fight obesity

     
    Four Central Florida programs developed by kids to help combat childhood obesity recently received nearly $3,500 in grant funding from UnitedHealthcare. The grants are part of the United Health HEROES program, a collaboration between UnitedHealthcare...
  • Grand re-opening of Winter Park’s Tiffany Deli imminent? That’s the buzz

     
    Tiffany Deli, which had announced a “re-grand opening” last summer, is hoping for an opening in the next two weeks, right before Valentine's Day. The new restaurant at 505 N. Park Ave. in Winter Park is taking over the spot formerly occupied...
  • Opponent accuses Cowles of ballot machine testing violations

     
    Dan Fanelli, who is running against Bill Cowles for Orange County supervisor of elections, on Tuesday accused his opponent of violating of state statutes related to the testing of the county's ballot counting machines. A gaggle of reporters attended the...
  • Local music teachers to perform Saturday in show choir

     
    A group of about 30 Central Florida music teachers — including 10 from Orange County — will be putting on a show of their own in Winter Park on Saturday. The Festival Singers of Florida is a selective group made up of about 60 members from...
  • More on Casselberry’s Wirz Trail

     
    I checked out Wirz Trail's Section 2 this week. Apparently Section 1 is nearly complete as well, according to Casselberry parks official Luis Cruz. He says: “Wirz Trail Section 1 has been completed [almost].  This segment connects Kewannee Trail...
  • House of Worship of the Week: St. Richard’s Episcopal Church

     
    Who: St. Richard’s Episcopal Church Where: 5151 Lake Howell Road, Winter Park 32792 Phone: 407-671-4211 Website: www.strichards.org Services: Sunday, 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. When founded: 54 years ago Members: average Sunday attendance 150-180 people...
  • Paddleboarding Winter Park's Chain of Lakes

     
    Gentle waves undulate upon the shore of Lake Virginia at Dinky Dock Park in Winter Park. Newcomers, first-timers, bury their toes into the sand, nervously watching, wondering, how they are to stay afloat....
  • Winter Park’s Books & Cooks celebrates culinary arts Oct. 25

     
    Join me for a discussion on the culinary arts with  Norman Van Aken, James and Julie Petrakis, Food Network Star's Emily Ellyn and Eileen Daspin from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 25 at Books & Cooks,  Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd. in Winter Park....
  • Brio launches a new fall and gluten-free menu

     
    BRIO Tuscan Grille  has launched a new fall and gluten-free Menu  at both Central Florida  locations in Winter Park Village and Millenia Mall. Designed to support the millions of Americans who are adopting a gluten free diet, BRIO unveiled its gluten...
  • Report: National Average for Student Debt Rises to $26,600

     
    The national average for college debt rose to $26,600 among students who borrowed money to earn a bachelor's degree in 2011 from a public or private, non-profit college, according to a new report from The Institute for College Access & Success. In 2010,...