The City of Winter Park has recently received numerous calls regarding questionable tree service companies that are soliciting work from unsuspecting residents based upon false information. These companies are also taking advantage of the start of hurricane season to prey upon residents’ fear of high winds and potential damage.
When Community Health Centers (CHC) opened its doors in South Apopka in 1972, patients were treated in a small trailer donated by the Catholic Diocese of Orlando. The goal was to provide quality healthcare for an underserved community. Caregivers had a passion for the community and treated people with dignity and respect; it was a place where everybody belonged.
John C. Hitt announced his plans to retire from his role as the University of Central Florida president on Oct. 24, 2017, a decision that will be effective on June 30. As Hitt's tenure comes to a close, let's take a look back at how UCF has grown under his leadership.
From June 1 through Sept. 7, Winter Park’s Park Avenue merchants and restaurateurs will offer $35 specials on merchandise and three-course meals. It’s a fun play on temperature conversion – 95 degrees Fahrenheit translates to 35 degrees Celsius.
On May 7, the West Orange Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the West Orange Foundation, had the honor of recognizing many of West Orange County's brightest students at the annual Education Awards ceremony, which was held at Windermere High School.
A one-stop showcase of businesses and nonstop networking is what the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce Business Expo is all about. Discover fabulous products and services offered by more than 100 area businesses that will be participating from 5-8 p.m. on June 28.