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For decades, Virginia Roche tirelessly defended those she found most vulnerable: abused and neglected animals. The New Smyrna Beach woman, who once had been a social worker for mentally and physically abused children in Central Florida, was appointed...
Lighter meals are perfect for the longer days that daylight savings time brings. Check out a few test kitchen favorites today at orlandosentinel.com/thedish. In the meantime, let's dish: Earth Day from the kitchen table. Every year on April 22 more than...
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cats" — an ambitious choice for a community theater — will be the next performance from the Sands Theater Company in DeLand. It opens Friday, April 5, at the Athens Theatre. Based on T.S. Eliot poetry, "Cats" became...
In the 1970s and 1980s, John Wood Summers pushed for positive changes as a member of the DeLand City Commission and Volusia County Council. But in recent years — until his death on March 24 at age 75 — he was known around DeLand as the "free...
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After retiring from a job with the city of Orlando, Brian Jenkins wanted to pursue a different interest. An avid surfer, the water and nature enthusiast decided to open a business that highlighted his passion for the outdoors. He started Haole...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBusiness is looking up at International Speedway Corp. The racetrack owner and NASCAR promoter just won an extension of a lucrative tax break from the federal government. The company says interest among its most avid fans is at a five-year high. And it...
FloriDUHCruise down Florida's highways and byways and you'll find all sorts of roadside vendors selling anything from fruit to rugs. But you usually won't find a roadside meth shake 'n bake lab. Until now. Last Tuesday evening an FWC officer spotted Rusty...
Flashback readers send delicious memories and a query about a mysterious record. In search of Orange Records "I'm a 53-year-old Central Florida native (born in Sanford, which I still call home). I well remember the original Colonial Plaza, and the...
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Lake Mary will soon become the latest Central Florida city to spur development around its SunRail station in the hope that riders will live, shop and dine in the city's core. Commissioners have given a developer preliminary approval to build a four-...
A federal check of more than $87 million was delivered to the state this week for the continued construction of the SunRail commuter train in Metro Orlando. Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff made the official announcement Friday during a news...
Three train systems want to connect with Orlando International Airport within the next couple of years, but no one can say for sure how, much less if, they ever will. A $1.7 million study could answer those questions, as well as allow airport officials...
CHARLOTTE — Matt Kenseth didn't agonize over one of the most important decisions of his life last spring. He didn't lose a wink at night and didn't have to call in an army of consultants. Sometime during the Coca-Cola 600 week in May, Kenseth took...
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