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Apopka prepares as hurricane eyes state’s east coast

With all signs pointing toward all of Central Florida being in the bull’s-eye for Hurricane Dorian, the city of Apopka is working to prepare...

Foundation seeking site to help homeless

The Next Step Foundation is speaking with Mayor Bryan Nelson about securing a central location, a service arm of the foundation that will be...

Apopka fire chief retires after 30 years with fire department

Saying it was his choice, Apopka Fire Chief Chuck Carnesale told Mayor Bryan Nelson that he is retiring from his position as of today,...

Gala set to raise money for community trust

The guest speaker is Apopka native Eddie C. Brown, CFA, CIC. Brown is the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Brown Capital Management,...

Orange County property appraiser gives update on office at event

Announcing the addition of artificial intelligence to the tools used to appraise property in Orange County, Property Appraiser Rick Singh delivered the 2019 State...

Ground broken for large warehouse

Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson (second from left), as well as City Commissioner Doug Bankson (fourth from right) and Commissioner Kyle Becker (fifth from right)...

Orange County to hold community meeting on two proposed Tangerine developments

Two separate proposed Tangerine developments, a shopping plaza and a self-storage facility, are up for discussion at a community meeting. The Orange County Planning Division...

High grass on Apopka’s rights-of-way grows into frustration for city officials

Overgrown grass in the city of Apopka’s rights-of-way became a hot topic Wednesday, August 21, at the City Council meeting as city commissioners and...

Apopka-born financier will be speaker at gala

The guest speaker is Apopka native Eddie C. Brown, CFA, CIC. Brown is the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Brown Capital Management,...

City board looks to use funds to redevelop downtown Apopka

The city of Apopka’s Community Redevelopment Agency Board unanimously approved two resolutions, including one that greenlights the $2.24 million budget for fiscal year 2019-2020 to include...