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  • Rollins College offers free financial aid workshop

     
    Rollins College is holding a free workshop this weekend to help high school seniors and their families fill out their FAFSA forms — the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Families need to fill out the sometimes-confusing FAFSA to qualify...
  • More control, money for WP developer Dan Bellows?

     
    There are a lot of interesting stories out there about Dan Bellows. Like the time he got into a physical fight — during a planning and zoning meeting at Winter Park — and still won 3-2 approval on the project he was seeking, even after the...
  • Daniel Tosh coming to Orlando, starts new season of ‘Tosh.0′

     
    It's a big day for Daniel Tosh, the comedian who grew up in Titusville and graduated from the University of Central Florida. He starts his fifth season of “Tosh.0″ at 10 p.m. Tuesday on Comedy Central. The comedy says that Tosh will unveil a...
  • Disney will use its personal government to build parking garages, saving the company millions

     
    Of all the additions Walt Disney World will make during the next few years as it transforms its Downtown Disney shopping district into the larger “Disney Springs,” none will be more important than a pair of parking garages. The twin garages,...
  • Randolph, Obama campaign: Romney tax plan would hurt middle class

     
    Setting the stage for President Barack Obama's speech at Rollins College Thursday, Orange County Democratic Executive Committee chairman Scott Randolph outlined campaign reports that say Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax plans would hurt...
  • Obama cancels Winter Park stop after Colorado shooting

     
    President Barack Obama expressed shock and sadness about the deadly shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater before canceling his campaign stop today at Rollins College in Winter Park. Obama was in Palm Beach at the time of the shooting in an Aurora,...
  • Romney campaign takes to billboards with “I built this” issue

     
    Few issues annoy the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama than the Mitt Romney campaign's use of the “You didn't build that” line from the president's campaign speech in Virginia in mid-July. Obama and his campaign argue...
  • Rubio to stump for Romney in advance of Obama’s Rollins visit

     
    Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida plans to stump as a surrogate for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in Orlando in advance of President Barack Obama's speech at Rollins College Thursday. Rubio will be appearing at an 8 a.m. rally...
  • WESH examines spot with Mitt Romney’s off-key singing

     
    It's a gutsy move when TV stations take a hard look at political commercials. In effect, the stations are willing to bite the hands that feed them so well every election year. WESH-Channel 2's Greg Fox has done sharp work with his Truth Test reports. In...
  • Orange sick-time fundraiser draws Kennedy Townsend, Pat Schroeder, Linda Chapin

     
    The workers' advocate group behind an Orange County sick-time ballot measure held a fund raiser last night that drew notable national and local Democrats, including former. U.S. Rep. Pat Schroeder, and past Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend....
  • Report: UCF, FSU among “least rigorous” universities

     
    Several public universities in Florida – including the University of Central Florida – have been named among the nation's “least rigorous” schools in a ranking released this week by Newsweek and the Daily Beast. Five state...
  • UCF ranks among nation’s top universities, says new ranking

     
    U.S. News & World Report this morning released the results of its newest annual college rankings — and one list shows that UCF and five other Florida universities are among the nation's top higher-education institutions. I posted an article online...