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City expected to move to ban medical marijuana dispensaries

When the Florida Legislature passed legislation earlier this year implementing the growing and selling of medical marijuana, it gave cities and counties in the...

After over 25 years in Apopka, U.S. Toy is closing its...

A beloved toy store is closing its doors by late April after a 25-plus year presence in the community. U.S. Toy is closing five of...

Rock Springs Ridge residents fight potential development on former golf course

For several years, many Rock Springs Ridge (RSR) residents have continued to rail against the possibility of more homes being developed on a section...

First step taken for new Publix at city staff meeting

Residential and commercial developments are making their way through the city of Apopka’s process with the first step of city staff consideration. At the Wednesday,...

Florida Hospital is giving building to Community Health Centers Apopka

Florida Hospital is handing over its building at 618 S. Forest Ave., Apopka, to Community Health Centers Apopka in a Wednesday, May 31, handover...

Early 2019 is target date for Lucky’s Market in Apopka to...

Correction: An erroneous report was in the May 18 edition of The Apopka Chief regarding the status of Anytime Fitness of Apopka in the Wekiva...

Apopka Memorial Middle School teacher was arrested

An Apopka Memorial Middle School teacher was arrested on Friday, October 28, off campus and charged with multiple offenses in violation with Florida state statute. Alyson...

City, state officials will address likely violations at Apopka’s wastewater treatment...

The city water staff will meet with state environmental officials some time before the end of January to address a state letter citing Apopka for...

City of Apopka proposes to pay former city administrator $60K lawsuit...

City Council must approve proposed settlement at July 19 meeting The city of Apopka will pay Richard Anderson, its former city administrator, $60,000 if the...

Mayor says Apopka’s wastewater plant has no public health issue

In response to citizens’ complaints about potential violations of state regulations at the city of Apopka’s wastewater plant, Mayor Joe Kilsheimer said there is...