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Extended family of 500 holds 35th annual Fourth of July cookout

The Lawery extended family has gathered every Fourth of July for the last 35 years for a large picnic.

Wholesale bakery opens in Apopka to make cheese rolls

Though it may be considered a novelty to American culture, cheese bread has been a popular staple of Brazilian cuisine for more than 100...

Apopka Little League comes away with district titles

"We are proud of the teams and thought Apopka Little League was well-represented as far as the product and play. High expectations have developed...

New principal begins at Wheatley Elementary

As the newest principal of Phillis Wheatley Elementary School, Linton Atkinson is “excited about the opportunity.” Read more on new principal, Linton Atkinson and...

Man charged after challenging police officers with deadly weapon

Apopka man has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon. Read what Terry Adair...

Improper items ending up in recycling bins, city says

The city of Apopka encourages residents to properly recycle their materials. How not to recycle, correct ways to recycle and household waste events detailed...

Labor Ready opens its doors

Labor Ready, a staffing agency headquartered in Tacoma, Wash., celebrated its Apopka grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Read more on page 6B.

Rotary Club installs new officers and awards members

The Rotary Club of Apopka had its 88th annual installation banquet and recently appointed its leadership team for 2015-2016. See more photos of the...

Crematorium cuts ribbon

The Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society staff had a ribbon-cutting grand opening of their new Apopka location. Read more about Baldwin Brothers and their new...

Habitat for Humanity dedicates house to Apopka woman

Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County and Greater Apopka dedicated a new home to Ebony Pugh. Read about Ebony and how her house was...