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  • At Fulton Elementary, students shine and teachers move on [Fulton/Highland]

    Over at Fulton Elementary School, the following are some more of the Star-Spangled Kids for the month of April: Second grade: Emily George, Luke Rubin, Trace Johnson, Sunil Pateel, Alexis Ripkin, Kandis Borns, Jack Higginbottom, Yuanchu Kambon, Devin...
  • Peggy Gandy Windsor: Globe-trotting mom lived a life of service

     Peggy Gandy Windsor: Globe-trotting mom lived a life of service
    Peggy Windsor was known for her fascinating tales. And she had plenty of experiences from which to draw. There was her time with the Central Intelligence Agency, her international travels alongside a war-hero husband and her invaluable service to...
  • After scandal at Orlando expressway, who should Rick Scott appoint next?

    Any day now, Rick Scott is expected to sign the legislation to put our scandal-plagued expressway authority out of its misery. Out will go the current board – where the majority of members are appointed by the governor. And in will come a new,...
  • Photos, Video: Gov. Rick Scott at Tiger Bay

     
    Gov. Rick Scott delivered remarks at the Tiger Bay Club of Orlando luncheon, Friday, promoting his ‪”Florida Families First” state budget‬. Scott was introduced by former Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings and was joined onstage by  Lady...
  • Rick Roach on testing, and Toni Jennings on raising the bar

     
    In case you missed it… Rick Roach, the Orange County School Board member taking the lead in the fight high-stakes testing, had an op-ed piece in Saturday's Orlando Sentinel. In it, he argued that the FCAT reading exam for 10th-graders fails too many...
  • Republicans to Val Demings: Stop attacking Dan Webster

     
    Nine Republican leaders have come to U.S. Rep. Dan Webster's defense with a letter asking his opponent to stop attacking him in the race for Florida's 10th Congressional District. The letter accuses Democrat Val Demings of putting out campaign mailers and...
  • Chamber taps one Central Florida exec to replace another

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Chamber of Commerce, one of the largest, richest and most forceful lobbying forces in the state Capitol, has tapped Florida Hospital President and CEO Lars Houmann to be its board chairman for 2012-13. The board oversees...
  • Sentinel's Central Floridian of the Year turns 30

    Sentinel's Central Floridian of the Year turns 30
    The Orlando Sentinel's first Floridian of the Year for 1983 was a strong-willed woman who slugged it out with this state's power brokers. Coincidentally, so is our 30th honoree, Deirdre Macnab. Marjory Stoneman Douglas wasn't afraid to fight for their...
  • New redistricting maps would make Orange County more Democratic

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The new political maps the Florida Legislature is advancing could deliver a new Democratic tilt to the longtime Republican hub of Metro Orlando. Although Orange County has shifted Democratic by voter registration during the last...
  • Florida House’s public display of non-packing may give Orange County a Democratic-leaning delegation

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The new political maps the Florida Legislature is debating could deliver a sharp new Democratic-tilt to the longtime Republican hub of Metro Orlando. Although Orange County has shifted Democratic by registration during the last decade,...
  • Kids, candidates … and a whole lotta no-shows

     
    As I mentioned earlier this week, the Children's Home Society sponsored a candidate's forum Monday night in Winter Park. The idea was to give children's advocates — including those concerned about Florida's shoddy track record when it c...
  • > Photos: Scott & Sink’s Saturday blitz

     
    Florida's Republican & Democratic nominees for governor, Rick Scott and Alex Sink, zigzagged across the state, Saturday, with both campaigns starting their day with events in Orlando. Scott went first with a rally with party faithful at Orlando...