City considers how to use $2.9 million windfall

The acquisition of a property for a homeless resource center was a major point of discussion at the Apopka City Council workshop meeting. Find out...

Three Apopka police officers sworn in by deputy chief

Deputy Police Chief Jerome Miller (l) swears in officers, (l-r), Nina “Stonie” Stone, Richard “Richie” Alvelo, and Raed “Ray” Lutfi. Read more on the...

Water district breaks ground on service center to be built in...

The groundbreaking for a new 17,154 square-foot St. Johns River Water Management District service center in Apopka was held Monday, February 8, on Binion...

Debbie Turner notes 20 years of helping thousands who have cancer

The Debbie Turner Cancer Care and Research Center of Apopka has come a long way in its two decades of existence, from the back...

Richard Corbeil, newspaper columnist, dies at 86

Richard Corbeil Sr., a columnist for more than 30 years for The Apopka Chief, died Saturday, February 6. He was 86. A supporter of conservative...

Great white heron

A great white heron keeps an eye on a potential meal on the banks of a canal along the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. Page...

In effort to purchase Camp Wewa, city is looking at various...

The city of Apopka has recruited two appraisers to conduct the property’s appraisal and also did a survey to gauge public opinion of what to do with...

Looking pretty

A green heron may be looking at its reflection in a canal along the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, but it’s more likely looking for...

Tax dollars from state even lower than predicted

The tax dollars the city of Apopka receives from the state government each month continue to be much lower than last year, but also...

City attorney social media proposal postponed 2 weeks by City...

The adoption of a proposed policy for the city of Apopka’s social media pages was postponed for two weeks. Read about the proposal details...