The Lake Lawsona/Fern Creek Neighborhood Association held its quarterly meeting on April 9 and announced that it received the 2019 Outstanding Community Organization of the Year award by the Orlando Historic Preservation Board. The association was recognized for its efforts to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and its successful street sign topper project to help identify […]
Starting May 2, you can find local artist Cindy White’s art on exhibit at the Orlando Repertory Theatre, according to a press release. The theatre announced on April 22 the exhibit, “You Mean Sort Of Like This? The Entertainment Design World (Or Process) of Cindy White,” will be on display until Oct. 2. “This exhibit is a showing of the […]
Lake Eola Heights Historic District hosted the 2019 Private Gardens of Historic Orlando on March 31. It was a beautiful sunny day and the neighborhood welcomed an estimated 650 people from all around Central Florida! The event gets bigger and bigger each year, and the goal is to have nationwide recognition and visitors from all over the country. All of […]
Residents and visitors to the Thornton Park District will notice a lot of construction work going on for the next few weeks at the intersection of Washington Street and Summerlin Avenue. After the City of Orlando conducted a recent traffic study, it was recommended that a pedestrian signal be installed at this intersection. It will take some work digging up […]
Below are the closed single-family home sales between March 15 and April 15, 2019.
This charming, updated Colonial style bungalow was built in 1935. Located in the Historic District downtown, the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home has 1,212 square feet of living space. The property sold for $335,500 and was listed and sold by Troy Bryant with Olde Town Brokers. Have a question about real estate, mortgages, insurance, title or real estate law? We know the […]
A choir of students ranging from second to fifth grade sang the National Anthem before an Orlando Solar Bears hockey game at the Amway Center where the Solar Bears defeated the Atlanta Gladiators 3-1 on April 11. Hillcrest students earned second place in the regional Battle of the Books, and the winning team will be heading to the finals. According […]
District champs Congratulations to the EHS Boys Track & Field team for winning the District 6 championship. Rotary student of the month Seaira Sevison was named named EHS Rotary Student of the Month for College Park. Faculty practices yoga EHS faculty and staff have the opportunity to participate in yoga on campus each week. We’ve been fortunate to have Melissa […]
Two of Orlando Gifted Academy’s Odyssey of the Mind teams represented the school at the state competition. The third-grade team will head to the World Finals competition.
Ten digital-art students placed at the county level for video packages in the Orange County Student Media Festival. This is the school’s most wins in a single year, and all five videos will be going on to regionals.