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Say what you will about the controversies the Baltimore Police Department has found itself embroiled in over the years, but we can say definitely that they're not involved in the Trayvon Martin case. That's the Sanford Police Department, outside Orlando,...
With Trayvon Martin a household name, two brothers accused of beating a black teen during a citizen's patrol now want their trial delayed or moved. The Sun's Tricia Bishop reports today on efforts to distance the case in Baltimore with the one in Florida....
As outrage grows across the country about the shooting of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in Florida, a Baltimore case with some similar themes could come back into the spotlight this week: the trial of two members of a community patrol organization in...
In light of the recent tragedy that occurred with Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, I wanted to take a moment to say how grateful I am to live in a place like Columbia. Growing up here it has always been commonplace to see interracial couples and have...
Interstate 4 is slow in a few spots in Orange and Seminole counties this rush hour. Congested locations include: •I-4 eastbound from Conroy Road to Semoran Boulevard in Altamonte Springs. •I-4 westbound from Ivanhoe Boulevard to the East-...
The Sanford Herald, N.C.Gerald Sydnor and Christopher McCormick, two Sanford men who had been facing capital punishment if convicted, got a slight reprieve Thursday when attorneys for the state announced they would not pursue the death penalty against either one. Sydnor, 25,...
Tags: Murder, Prosecution, Firearms, Trials, Dining and Drinking
A fiery redhead who served as assistant police chief in Eustis and a hospital administrator, Vicki L. Wade Rodgers was always a fighter. She bravely moved up the police ranks during an era where policewomen were rare, remembered her daughter, Tara...
The Sanford Herald, N.C.City council agreed Tuesday night that in exchange for the city's use of Central Carolina Community College's Emergency Training Center, the college could use the Sanford Municipal Golf Course for its annual tournament free of charge. The interlocal...
Tags: Golf, Finance, Financial Aid, Elections
Tuesday will mark one year since George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin. The gap between what we all thought we knew then and what we know now is as wide as Sanford's Lake Monroe. Zimmerman wasn't a white man who gunned down a black kid. It...
Tags: Judges, Prosecution, George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, Witnesses
Old Sanford eats at the Colonial Room. The menu hasn't changed in 30 years and, despite new owners, is unlikely to change much in the future. Old Sanford likes predictability, familiarity, tradition and meatloaf on Mondays, fried chicken on Thursdays. Old...
In the heart of Sanford's poorest and largest black enclave — a stone's throw from decaying homes, broken sidewalks and vacant lots — stands the city's new, state-of-the-art public-safety complex. For a while, some residents saw the modern,...
Protesters, civil-rights leaders and prosecutors have repeatedly used the same racially charged word to explain why George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin: "profiling." Zimmerman, they say, saw a black teenager in a hoodie walking through his...
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