Apopka Boy Scout’s 911 memorial earns him regional top Eagle Scout...

An Apopka Boy Scout's 911 memorial on the front lawn of City Hall has garnered him the honor of having the top Eagle Scout...

Water main break causes schools’ early dismissal

The discovery of a water main break this morning at Wolf Lake Middle School prompted faculty at that school and neighboring Wolf Lake Elementary...

441-436 roadwork for Apopka City Center should be completely done in...

Although most of the work is finished, the road work surrounding the to-be-built Apopka City Center at the interchange of U.S. Highway 441 and...

Diane Velazquez says she doesn’t need learning curve

Diane Velazquez is an experienced elected official, having served a one-year term as city commissioner from 2014 to 2018.  Find out more on 1A.

Even too much seafood isn’t good for you

By Brad Buck, UF Journalist. To assess health risks versus benefits of consuming certain seafood products, scientists analyze seafood for nutritional value such as...

Remembering a trip from 40 years ago

Five men who took a work trip to Europe 40 years ago got back together in late May for a reunion.  Read more on...

Police seeking suspect

The Apopka Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a person of interest. Find out why in this week's Apopka Chief.

Prayers for those on the front lines

Hello Folks, I just wanted to start out and say to our folks on the front lines that we are prayin’ for all of you...

City will not have Independence Day fireworks thanks to COVID-19

There will be no city-sponsored fireworks display in Apopka on July 4 thanks to COVID-19. Citing issues with enforcing social distancing during the...

Fall Family Festival scheduled

Organized by the Rotary Club of Apopka Foundation, Inc. and with the support of the city of Apopka, the Fall Family Festival serves as...