All posts tagged "West Orange County"

  • Plenty of children enjoyed kicking the ball and running.
    Ocoee Police plays kickball with local children

    Ocoee Police hosted “Kickin’ It with Ocoee PD” the morning of March 26, where members of the force played kickball and ate lunch with local children registered for the city’s spring break camp at the Jim Beech...

    • Posted March 26, 2015
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  • Rescue crews protected the driver while cutting through the vehicle to get to her.
    SUV overturned in wreck at Good Homes and White roads

    At approximately 10:15 a.m. March 26, a red Kia Pride was traveling southbound on Good Homes Road with a green light at the intersection with White Road. A tan Nissan Pathfinder simultaneously made a right turn on...

    • Posted March 26, 2015
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  • WINDERMERE
    Windermere Council rezones plot for Rosser Reserve

    The Windermere Town Council moved two steps closer to making the Rosser Reserve a reality tonight, starting with a unanimous approval of PUD rezoning from town agriculture for about 10 acres at 9501 Conroy Windermere Road. The...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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    West Orange softball enters break after six-win week

    The West Orange softball team is enjoying a well-deserved spring break after going 6-0 last week. The Warriors improved to 21-1 on the season by the end of their busy week — a week that started with...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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  • Sarah Stack, left, Principal Agathe Alvarez and Sharon Burnett prepare to cut the ribbon with the help of Riley Walker, front.
    GALLERY: Tildenville harvesting successful student garden

    WINTER GARDEN — The garden ambassadors walked proudly around the raised beds at Tildenville Elementary School March 19, eager to show off the sprouts in each to guests. Tildenville is one of six elementary schools in Winter...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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  • Amaria Manning’s dream is to improve Zanders Park.
    PHOTO GALLERY: East WG Community Art Fair

    — St. Luke’s United Methodist offers an outreach ministry that hosts frequent art workshops for children and teens. The art pieces were all framed in black and hung in two rows, the descriptions typed out and accompanying...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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  • Celebrating the opening with a cold one are Jared Czachorowski, left, one of the owners, and brewers Kent Waugh and Chad Holloway.
    PHOTO GALLERY: Crooked Can Brewery

    New brews — People were waiting outside at 11 a.m. to be the first inside the newest business in downtown Winter Garden. Crooked Can Brewing Company opened its doors Saturday, March 21, at the Plant Street Market,...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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  • ocoee-knight
    Ocoee football taps Ben Bullock as new head coach

    The Ocoee Knights have their man. Ben Bullock is the new head football coach at Ocoee High School, taking over for Dale Salapa, who resigned in November after compiling a 7-23 record in his three seasons at...

    • Posted March 23, 2015
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  • Anna Kaebisch and Adolfo Burnett created this 40-pound chocolate egg as an Easter centerpiece.
    SNEAK PEEK: Kaebisch Chocolate Grand Opening

    Master chef Anna Kaebisch and Adolfo Burnett celebrated the grand opening of Kaebisch Chocolate with free samples for the community March 20 in Winter Garden, exactly three months after opening their first U.S. location off Avalon Road. Kaebisch Chocolate opened...

    • Posted March 20, 2015
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  • OAKLAND
    Oakland Town Commission considers revised impact fees

    OAKLAND — The town of Oakland is undergoing a major study of its municipal impact fees to meet the demands of growth and to allow that growth to pay its own way, according to Tony Hairston, a financial...

    • Posted March 19, 2015
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