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Coronavirus updates come from governor, mayor

About the same time that Gov. Ron DeSantis issued his statewide stay-at-home order on Wednesday, April 1, Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson gave an update...

Children get meals at Orange schools

Nearly 17,000 children across Orange County visited one of the 50 sites where grab-and-go meals were being handed out Monday, March 23, by Orange...

Churches find other ways to worship

Social distancing made well known as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic may have driven society apart, but technology continues to bond people, especially...

Parade helps school faculty connect with their students

To show solidarity with the community during the coronavirus pandemic, staff and faculty of Wolf Lake Elementary School held a caravan parade on Wednesday, March 25,...

Maltby’s Tree Service and Landscaping specializes in all phases of tree...

Common sense tells people that trees are good for them - their beauty can be inspiring, and their shade keeps people cooler. They provide benefits...

Master Muffler & Brake Center technicians are ASE certified

Master Muffler & Brake Center, located at 1000 E. Semoran Boulevard, near the corner of Sheeler Road and 436, is your friendly neighborhood car...

Make it a fun night with Fried Oysters and Cocktail Sauce

This week, we have a pot pourri of recipes for you. We will start with Mrs. Thomas Myers’ Fried Oysters from Charleston Receipts....

Cutting capital projects drives city effort to reduce spending due to...

Although city of Apopka officials have estimated that the coronavirus pandemic will ultimately cost the city about $2 million in sales tax revenue from...

County boat ramps are a victim of coronavirus issue

Hello Folks, I mentioned last week that things are changin’ and this week there is more change. I don’t know the full scope of it,...

County mayor signs order

Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings signs an emergency stay-at-home order that went into effect Thursday, March 26, at 11 p.m. due to coronavirus pandemic....