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  • 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....
  • Off-roading through Florida's rugged, lush landscape

    Off-roading through Florida's rugged, lush landscape
    At Revolution, the Off Road Experience, you can enjoy the great outdoors. The outdoor adventure company, south of Clermont on 220 acres of pristine lakes, woods and meadows, offers a beautiful natural environment. Guests are acquainted with the equipment...
  • Free coffee on Wednesday at Barnie’s

     
    Because Wednesday is National Coffee Day, Barnie's Coffee & Tea is kicking off a celebration and making what the company calls “an important announcement” at Orlando's City Hall.  The party includes the announcement by Mayor&#...
  • Barnie’s celebrates National Coffee Day Sept. 29 with free java

     
    Sept 29, Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co. takes center stage in a national celebration  paying tribute to coffee and the love affair millions of Americans have with it. The day marks National Coffee Day, a coffee lover’s holiday, complete with...
  • Monday Morning Reads: Mickey hates gambling & state is again denied in prison fight

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday to you. Hope you all had a pleasant fall weekend and are surviving the Monday morning grind. Here are the top five stories you should be reading this morning. * Who is the most ardent opponent of a...
  • 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...
  • Montverde athletic facility expanding

     
    Just about a year after opening a new outdoor athletic complex with a football/soccer field, track, baseball, softball and tennis facilities, Montverde is planning to expand its indoor complex. The school recently awarded a $6 million contract to Schmid...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Nobody’s building cinemas anymore…except Epic…in Deltona

     
    I was ho-humming just the other day about how long it has been since we've seen a new cinema open its doors in Central Florida. We all know what an epic struggle it was for the developers to get a theater into downtown, the Plaza Cinema Cafe, now operated...