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  • Fire departments must come to rescue regardless of political boundaries

    Second of two parts History played a big part in Stuart Herndon's house burning down in early April. What happened to Herndon, 52, should never happen to another Lake County citizen. When his house ignited April 2, the stucco worker was caught in...
  • Hit-and-run hospitalizes Clermont cyclist

     
    A Toyota hit triathlete Curt Henderson, 29, as he pedaled along County Road 561 in Lake County on Sunday morning. He was airlifted to Orlando Regional Medical Center. Read more by clicking here....
  • Report: Driver dragged deputy 25-feet, charged with kidnapping him

    A deputy was dragged 25-feet by a motorist, Brian Jacob Tanner, during a traffic stop in Minneola after the deputy reached inside his car to grab his keys, reports The Daily Commercial in Leesburg. The 27-year-old Clermont man fled, driving erratically...
  • Florida primary election results

    Florida primary election results
    Results for federal, state, circuit court and county races. FEDERAL RACES U.S. Senate (Dem. Primary) 6394 of 6402 precincts reporting Bill Nelson 78.8% 683,386 Glenn A. Burkett 21.2% 184,087 U.S. Senate (Rep. Primary) 6394 of 6402 precincts...
  • Residents respond to red-light cameras

    If a columnist writes about abortion, a response through the roof is guaranteed. But red-light cameras? Who knew you cared so much? It turns out that Lake County residents have passionate feelings about red-light cameras, those devices that take video...
  • Breast Cancer Survivors Can Join Registry

    Breast Cancer Survivors Can Join Registry
    Traci Cox may be done with her chemo treatments, but she isn't done with cancer. The Clermont, Florida, woman is sharing her cancer experiences through a new national registry of breast-cancer survivors that organizers hope to use for surveys and...
  • One bride’s challenge: finding a modest wedding gown

     
    June is traditionally the month for weddings . . .  and speaking of June and tradition and weddings, I was fascinated to learn about a traditional Orthodox Chassidish Jewish wedding held in Lake Mary on June 20. The bride was Angela Hillis...
  • Montverde’s Ciara “Pepper” Hopkins ranked No. 1 in nation for triathlons

     
    Montverde freshman Ciara “Pepper” Hopkins, a track and cross country runner for the Eagles, has been ranked as the No. 1 female triathlete in the country in the 15-and-under age group by USA Triathlon for the 2011 season.  The rankings were...
  • Miracle Sports preseason state softball poll

     
    MIRACLE SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL POLL – Preseason Poll MIRACLE SPORTS IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTENT OF THIS POLL. ALL CLASS POLL 5A – 8A 1. PALM BEACH GARDENS 2. NICEVILLE 3. AMERICAN HERITAGE (PLANTATION) 4. BARTOW 5. EAU GALLIE 6....
  • Orlando Road Club Race Feb. 18-19

     
    On Saturday, Feb. 18,  ORC will host a circuit race in Ferndale, a tiny town nestled in the hills northeast of Clermont. ORC says the Ferndale circuit race is on an open course that features a flat 2.2-mile circuit. On Sunday, Feb. 19, is the 15th...
  • Bishop Noonan celebrates mass with Lake inmates on Tuesday

     
    Orlando  Catholic Diocese Bishop John Noonan will celebrate mass with inmates and staff of the Lake Correctional Institution, 19225 U.S. Highway 27, in Clermont at 1 p.m. on Tuesday Dec. 20. Deacon David Gray, director of Ministry to the Incarcerated,...
  • Holiday sweets take their toll on waistline, workout routine

     
    I'll be lucky if my workout routine is the only casualty of December. Cookies, chocolates, buckeyes and pound cake — the four food groups that make up my diet during the holidays — and eating out more often have recently made buttoning my...