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Sentinel Staff WriterHer brow dripping with sweat, a weary Pamela Loving approached Gov. Jeb Bush with an outstretched hand Tuesday. "How are you doing?" Bush asked. "I'm hot," Loving, 43, said bluntly, shaking Bush's hand. Power and air conditioning were out at her home in...
Sentinel Staff WriterHurricane Charley's wreckage in Central Florida varied from the shattered antique-style streetlights in downtown Orlando to thousands of damaged mobile homes in rural areas. Orange County alone estimated $3.2 billion in damage to 165,000 properties....
Most private schools hold an open house or provide tours upon request. Call individual schools for an appointment or open house dates. PALM BEACH COUNTY Academic High School 23112 Sandalfoot Plaza Drive Boca Raton, FL 33428 www.academichs.com 561-929-...
Sentinel Staff WritersAs Seminole County waited for the St. Johns River to crest in Sanford, homeowners throughout Central Florida saw their yards slowly fill with water from Hurricane Frances. Officials from the National Weather Service said the St. Johns -- which drains the...
Sentinel Staff WriterAs Floridians faced their second week of living with the aftermath of Hurricane Charley, hundreds of thousands spent their eighth night without electricity, and the hurricane's death toll and cost estimates of the cleanup continued to climb. Statewide,...
Sun-SentinelThere aren't many restaurants, anywhere in the country, that have been open since 1921. And in South Florida, where we seem to revere all that is new, there may be just a handful. RESTAURANT INFO -------------------- Testa's Cuisine: Italian, American,...
South Florida ParentingAs the 2002-2003 theater season begins, here is a highlight of some of the major children's theaters and series that you can take advantage of in South Florida. While many of the theaters work closely with the school systems in their counties and bring...
Orlando SentinelKISSIMMEE -- Two Osceola County firefighters were killed during a training exercise Tuesday morning after a ceiling collapsed on them, said Tad Stone, the county's director of emergency services. The firefighters were among the lead crew going into a...
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Special CorrespondentOne of the nicest nightspots in South Palm Beach County is relatively unknown. Why? Because most people think of the Addison as only a restaurant. However, the Spanish-inspired building at the southeast corner of Dixie Highway and Camino Real has...
Sentinel Staff WritersHurricane Frances is about to give Central Florida the kind of drenching that comes around only once every 100 years or so, a deluge that will likely produce widespread flooding in the region. Local officials say there is no way to prepare for the amount...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Travel, Lakes and Ponds, Melbourne, Disasters
Sentinel Staff WritersIn spite of the flooding Hurricane Frances caused in low-lying neighborhoods, life was returning to normal for most people Tuesday in Osceola and Polk counties far more quickly than with Hurricane Charley. About 20,000 electric customers were still...
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