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J & K Automotive, Inc. will help you keep your vehicle...

A recent study found that the average age of light vehicles on the road today is now 11.6 years, based on a snapshot of...

Hunt Club Medical encourages you and your family to be safe...

When it comes to your health, there’s no place like home and family to take care of you. That’s the kind of care you can...

Homestyle comfort food can help you cope with staying indoors

We, at The Apopka Chief and The Planter newspapers, are praying for you and all of our community during this stressful time of...

Wekiva baseball was competitive in most of its games

Despite only three wins, the Wekiva Mustangs baseball team was competitive for the most part during what might be an abbreviated season due to COVID-19....

AHS girls wrestlers help maintain continued success

Maintaining standards of tangible success at the state level was the final analysis of the 2019-20 season for the Apopka Blue Darters girls wrestling...

Apopka High girls basketball coach proud of season

Apopka High girls basketball coach Brittany Hardy began the season with confidence that the Blue Darters would be competitive in every contest, but Apopka...

Non-profit organizations also reeling from coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has shut down many entities including school campuses, brick-and-mortar businesses, and governmental offices. Of course, non-profits organizations have not been spared this fate. Turn to page 1A...

Prayers for those on the front lines

Hello Folks, I just wanted to start out and say to our folks on the front lines that we are prayin’ for all of you...

COVID-19 expected to peak here in early May, county mayor says

Florida’s number of COVID-19 cases is predicted to peak between the end of April and beginning of May. Get further details on page 1A...

First United Methodist Church has drive-through service

First United Methodist Church of Apopka has ceased Sunday services and has been offering hands-free drive-through church. Read more on page 9A.