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U.S. 441 project begins

Preliminary work began a couple of weeks ago on the resurfacing of U.S. Highway 441 in Apopka. Read more on this traffic pattern change.

New apartments being built for low-income seniors 55 and older

A $10-million residential community for low-income tenants 55 years old and older is currently going up on 13th Street in Apopka.

Florida Hospital hosts a sneak peek of campus

The contractor and hospital staff invited business professionals and city dignitaries, some of whom are members of the hospital advisory board, for a special...

Apopka’s 9-11 Memorial coming together

Construction of Apopka’s 9-11 memorial proceeded Friday, July 29, despite intense summer heat and a sudden rainstorm. Boy Scout Christian Lamphere patiently assisted as...

City Council staff revisits development review fee structure

The City Council granted its consensus to city staff so it could review the development review fee structure – which has not been re-evaluated...

Moore seeks third term with OCPS board

Christine Moore of Apopka is seeking a third term on the Orange County School Board. Moore has three challengers in her bid for re-election...

Suspect gives false name to law enforcement

Identifiable by his several tattoos, as a suspect who committed... David James Fallon providing law enforcement a false name before he was detained. Find...

Roads face closures for Wekiva Parkway work

As part of building the Wekiva Parkway, road crews will close one local road for a month while intermittently closing another road. Find out...

City Council gives tentative OK to higher property tax rate

After more than six hours of wrangling over the city budget during a workshop session, the Apopka City Council voted unanimously to raise the...

Black Lives Matter movement march held

About 200 participants marched through Apopka’s streets in a Black Lives Matter demo. A candlelight vigil took place to observe those who died from...
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