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Obituary: Marty Charles Acompora

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Jul 1, 2018

Marty Charles Acompora passed away on June 27,2018.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Italian 101 - On Hiatus through Sept. 3 to be held July 2

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Develop your skills in speaking, listening and conversing in Italian with Prof. Anthony Cervone, retired professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Central Florida.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Italian 101 - On Hiatus through Sept. 3 to be held July 2

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Develop your skills in speaking, listening and conversing in Italian with Prof. Anthony Cervone, retired professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Central Florida.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: LEGO® Club to be held July 2

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Build your imagination and problem-solving abilities with LEGO® bricks. Enrollment is not required.

FLORIDA HOSPITAL ORLANDO: New, Expectant and Potential Parents Invited to Community Expo

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Florida Hospital Waterman invites new, expectant and potential parents and their families to a Mommy & More event on Thursday, Aug. 2, from 4:30 p.m.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Tuesday Walks in Winter Park to be held July 3

By Rhealene May Dampil | Jul 1, 2018

Join Healthy Central Florida for a free, fun walk (approximately 2-2.5 miles, and lasting 45-60 minutes) followed by a water break, post-walk stretch and discussion.

FLORIDA HOSPITAL ORLANDO: Nurse Earns DAISY Award

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Florida Hospital New Smyrna recognized registered nurse Kristin Greco with the DAISY award.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: History Science Theater 3000 to be held July 3

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Enjoy a historically inspired movie and stick around afterwards to rip apart everything the movie got wrong!

FLORIDA HOSPITAL ORLANDO: Florida Hospital Waterman Names Chief Nursing Officer

By Press release submission | Jul 1, 2018

Florida Hospital Waterman has selected Michael Stimson to serve as chief nursing officer (CNO), effective July 9.

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Obituary for Michael Ray Lowery

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Jul 1, 2018

Michael Ray Lowery, 63, of Orlando, returned to his eternal home on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Storytellers of Central Florida to be held July 3

By Press release submission | Jul 2, 2018

Experienced and fledgling tellers gather monthly to share stories and practice their craft.

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Business

Insurance companies can take multiple approaches to mold coverage

By Carol Ostrow | Jul 2, 2018

Among potential storm or water damage consequences, mold ranks among the least desirable outcomes to grapple with; but when it does occur, there’s no denying that it must be dealt with expediently and professionally.

From Ocoee Today
Business

Kin Insurance expert explains finer points of property coverage

By Carol Ostrow | Jul 2, 2018

First-time homeowners encounter many a learning curve as they acquaint themselves with the finer points of home maintenance and protection — including making informed choices when selecting the property insurance coverage that’s right for their home.

Real Estate

Chia Yuan Yu acquires 48 King St., Orlando

By Local Labs News Service | Jul 2, 2018

On May 23, 2018, Chia Yuan Yu purchased a four bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home at 48 King St., Orlando from Kaiser Property Holdings LLC for $272,000.

Real Estate

Joseph and Nancy Nort unload 2301 Ann Arbor Ave., Orlando

By Local Labs News Service | Jul 2, 2018

On May 25, 2018, Emily Elizabeth Cook purchased a three bedroom, one bathroom home at 2301 Ann Arbor Ave., Orlando from Joseph and Nancy Nort for $320,000.

Real Estate

Brian E. and Rachel S. Smith buy 410 Sheridan Blvd., Orlando

By Local Labs News Service | Jul 2, 2018

The four bedroom, two bathroom home at 410 Sheridan Blvd., Orlando was sold on June 13, 2018 by Bruce K. and Carol D. Broussard for $620,000. The buyers were Brian E. and Rachel S. Smith.

From Florida Business Daily
Top News

Sticker shock: Which U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

By Local Labs News Service | Jul 3, 2018

Residents in Florida face some of the steepest cost of attending in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Wobbly Walkers to be held July 5

By Press release submission | Jul 4, 2018

Singing, dancing and moving to rhymes and simple stories will introduce young children to the joys of language and literature.

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