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New Apopka police officer has pointy ears, wet nose

He’s got a wet nose and is only 14 months old. He weighs just 67 pounds and doesn’t even have a name yet, but,...

Some areas of Apopka could see increase in development density

By a 3-1 vote, the City Council gave the first of two approvals to an increase in the number of dwelling units allowed per...

Elections’ supervisor getting ready for busy 2020 elections

Only about a quarter of Orange County voters these days cast their ballots on election day as about 75 percent will vote early or...

City changing use of property on lake

The Apopka Planning Commission separately recommended approval for a future land use amendment and zoning change of an estimated 4.32 acres of land that’s...

New traffic signals now fully functional

The city of Apopka paid for the $3.7-million road and traffic signal work that was approved by the Florida Department of Transportation because both...

Legislators give thoughts on session that begins next week in Tallahassee

Teachers’ salaries, as well as two local projects that could get state funding were among the many items discussed Thursday, January 9, at a...

Mayor’s salary increase highlighted late 2019

Note: This is the fourth of a four-part series reviewing the news of Apopka in 2019 written in the pages of The Apopka Chief....

Traffic signals will go live

New traffic signals at the interchange of U.S. Highway 441 and State Road 436 (foreground), along with U.S. 441 and McGee Avenue (background), will...

Apopka man charged with sexual assault of 11-year-old girl at his...

An Apopka man has been charged with sexual assault of a minor after an 11-year-old girl told her parents he has been touching her...

First of free concert series at amphitheater will kick off

The city of Apopka announced the first two Central Florida musical acts headlining on separate dates for the city’s new Friday Night Music Concert...