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Rollins College hosts forum on the environment

By Carrie Bradon | Sep 1, 2018

Local leaders came together last month at Rollins College to discuss measures needed to protect the environment and preserve the quality of life in Central Florida.

Real Estate

Joseph Charles Billi III buys 2500 Lee Road, Unit 220,

By Local Labs News Service | Sep 2, 2018

On Aug. 16, 2018, Joseph Charles Billi III purchased a two bedroom, one bathroom home at 2500 Lee Road, Unit 220, from James D. Price for $120,000.

From Apopka Times

Maintaining a home inventory can expedite insurance claims

By Marian Johns | Sep 3, 2018

In today's high-tech, social media world, everyone is taking videos and snapping photos. But in addition to all of those selfies, you may want to think about capturing some of your belongings on camera as part of a home inventory.

From Ocoee Today

Promptness can be key when filing a homeowners insurance claim

By Marian Johns | Sep 3, 2018

Homeowners should have an idea about what their policy states, especially regarding how long they have to file a claim after an incident and whether it will affect their insurance rates.

Floridians pay a high price when it comes to homeowners insurance

By Marian Johns | Sep 3, 2018

According to insurance expert Kevin Turner, the reason Floridians pay more basically comes down to one word -- hurricanes.


Don't miss the College Park Food Truck Fest

By Carrie Bradon | Sep 3, 2018

Love food and College Park? Then the College Park Food Truck Fest is your dream come true!


Obituary: Eli Stinson Jr.

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Sep 5, 2018

Eli Stinson Jr. passed away on August 31, 2018.


Obituary: Ryan T. Haslam

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Sep 5, 2018

Ryan T. Haslam, 32 of Davenport Florida passed away on the Morning of Saturday September 1, 2018.

From Keystone Business News

OPINION: How mobile AC credits protect the environment and business from China

By Christopher Smithmyer | Sep 5, 2018

One of the ways the United States responds to China’s flouting of global trade norms is by creating regulations to ensure that China maintains certain standards when operating within the United States. It’s a consideration that the Trump administration should keep in mind as it continues its review of Obama-era regulations on auto emissions.


Obituary for Higinio "Oscar" Romero-Yanez Higinio

By Lene Caracas-Apuntar | Sep 5, 2018

Higinio "Oscar" Romero-Yanez Higinio passed away on August 31, 2018.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Winter Park Ukulele Society to be held September 8

By Press release submission | Sep 6, 2018

Enjoy the sounds of ukulele music, fellowship with experienced players, and learn the art of playing the ukulele.

KIWANIS CLUB OF ORLANDO: Scenes from the 101st Florida Kiwanis Convention

By Press release submission | Sep 6, 2018

The Kiwanis Club of Orlando was well-represented at the 101st Florida Kiwanis Convention, held on the weekend of August 25th at the Orlando Marriott World Center.

WINTER PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY: Latin 101 to be held September 10

By Press release submission | Sep 7, 2018

Adults 18+ Challenge your brain and increase your vocabulary in this beginner level class taught by Prof. Anthony Cervone, retired professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Central Florida.

VALENCIA COLLEGE: Army Veteran Graduates from Paralegal Studies Program; Now Making Plans for Law School

By Press release submission | Sep 7, 2018

When Vincent Wardynski was graduating from high school, he did what many family members thought was unthinkable – he joined the Army.


College Park Jazz Fest will feature 9 bands on 3 stages

By Carrie Bradon | Sep 8, 2018

Looking for a fun way to spend a weekend? The College Park Jazz Fest is only months away and definitely something you won't want to miss out on.

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