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AdventHealth launches its first COVID-19 vaccination site

Calling it a “monumental” day for Central Florida, AdventHealth opened its first COVID-19 vaccination site this week. Since administering its first doses last month,...

13 miles of SR 429 will be widened

Thirteen miles of State Road 429 from Tilden Road in the Winter Garden area north to SR 429’s interchange with SR 414 in Apopka...

Five Orange County constitutional officers take oaths of office

Five Orange County constitutional officers – four incumbents and one newcomer – took their oaths for their new terms in public office.The Oath of...

Teachers should top Florida’s list for COVID-19 vaccines, OCPS superintendent requests

Orange County Public Schools Superintendent Barbara Jenkins is asking Governor Ron DeSantis to include teachers, and administrative and classified school district employees on his...

Person of interest sought for deadly shooting in Apopka

Sheriff’s deputies are asking the public for help in finding a person of interest involved in a deadly shooting in Apopka. On Tuesday, December 15,...

Orange County residents impacted by COVID-19 will get one last opportunity...

There will be one last opportunity to apply for the $1,000 grant payment for Orange County residents who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19...

Apopka group Hope CommUnity Center to get $300,000 grant over three...

Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka is one of several Central Florida nonprofit programs that will receive a share of AdventHealth’s $1.9 million in funds targeted specifically for organizations impacted by...

Executive order: Orange County businesses non-compliant with COVID-19 safety guidelines will...

Orange County issued an executive order that will allow fining businesses $500-$15,000 for not complying with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. The executive order...

Orange County will give free PPE to small businesses

Orange County will once again give free personal protective equipment (PPE) to small businesses located in Orange County to help them adhere to CDC...

Agreement will give all OCPS teachers 1.27 percent raises, increase minimum...

The Orange County School Board and Classroom Teachers Association reached an agreement for the 2020-2021 school year that will include a 1.27-percent salary increase...