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Rock Springs Realty delivers excellent service, whether you’re buying or selling

When you’re looking to buy or sell a home anywhere in the Apopka area, you need to find a Realtor with integrity, years of...

Take the worry out of storm damage clean-up with fast, reliable...

When storms leave a path of destruction on your trees and landscape, rapid response time and expert advice from Maltby’s Tree Service and Landscaping...

Associates in Dermatology is your family’s dermatology practice

As president and medical director of Associates in Dermatology, Dr. Michael Steppie has built a leading dermatology practice, with 15 convenient locations located throughout...

At Katrina M. Schroeder, DMD’s office, your smile is their top...

 Dr. Katrina Schroeder wants to ensure that every patient has a positive experience during every visit. Their office is bright, clean, and relaxing. There...

Plymouth lady notes 98th birthday

Lillie Mae Harper, a longtime Plymouth citizen, will celebrate her 98th birthday on Saturday. See more on 10A.

The Power of Resilient Energy During States of Emergency

To say 2020 will go down in history as an unprecedented year would be an understatement. We’re only at the midway point but there’s...

Try Florida Swamp Cabbage from Field to Feast – it’s a...

Rosemary Veith Rogstad’s ROSEMARY’S LASAGNA comes from The Spice of Veith, a lovely book loaned to us by our friend, Dale Smith. We thank Claire...

Essential Eyecare cares about your health by taking extra steps to...

Essential Eyecare is open during normal business hours but are taking extra steps to ensure your safety as well as the staff’s. They...

Darters victorious

Jada Robinson of the Apopka High girls volleyball team reaches for the ball Tuesday, September 15.  See more on  1B.

Helping feed others

Workers at the Hope CommUnity Center on Park Avenue in Apopka load food donated by Second Harvest Food Bank into a car. Read more...

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