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  • Lyman LB Greg Gooch enjoys official visit to Iowa State

    Lyman LB Greg Gooch enjoys official visit to Iowa State
    Longwood Lyman linebacker Greg Gooch, one of the top players in the state this season who is ranked No. 8 in the Sentinel’s 2014 Central Florida Super60, took his first official recruiting visit to Iowa State this past weekend and he said he loved...
  • Schedules

    VIRGINIA November — 8: at James Madison, 7; 11: High Point, 7; 16: Louisiana Tech, 2; 19: at Liberty, 7; 24: at West Virginia, 4; 28: Tennessee (at Grand Bahama Islands), 2; 29: Kansas State or SMU (at Grand Bahama Islands), 5:45 or 8....
  • Jewish, Persian, Middle Eastern

    Adam Halal Meats & Grocery: 7329 Lake Underhill Road (Rena's Plaza), Orlando; 407-384-8604 (Islamically slaughtered meats, spices, fish; some West Indian foods) Aladdin Café Grocery & Bakery: 1015 E. State Road 436 (Summit Plaza), Casselberry; 407-331-...
  • Zimmerman trial lawyers have very different styles

    Zimmerman trial lawyers have very different styles
    SANFORD — They have very different styles: Assistant State Attorney Bernie de la Rionda is fiery, dramatic and aggressive. Defense attorney Mark O'Mara is calm, laid-back and thoughtful. On Monday, they will go head-to-head, de la Rionda trying to...
  • Wall murals and portraits

    Wall murals and portraits
    The beautiful tropical underwater-themed mural on the side of the Ace Rubber Stamp & Sign Inc. near downtown Orlando became somewhat of an obsession to me while searching for a rain feature photo. Every time it rained and I needed to find a feature for...
  • FDP Chair Rod Smith to join Castor Dentel at early voting rally

     
    Florida Democratic Party Chairman Rod Smith is headed to Orlando to hold an early voting rally with Karen Castor Dentel, the Maitland elementary school teacher in the midst of an expensive and ugly race for House District 30 against Rep. Scott Plakon, R-...
  • Weatherford: Ad linking Castor Dentel to Sandusky is “completely inappropriate”

     
    Though his money helped make it possible, incoming House Speaker Will Weatherford on Friday night condemned a last-minute attack ad that attempts to link Democratic state House candidate Karen Castor Dentel to convicted child sex predator Jerry Sandusky....
  • Barnes stepping down as Seminole Dem leader after a banner year

     
    By Martin Comas, Staff Writer The Democratic Party of Seminole County, which experienced a sudden resurgence after last month’s elections, plans to select a new chairman tonight to replace Steve Barnes. Barnes — who has served as chairman...
  • After defeating Dorworth, Clelland calls for tougher ethics laws

     
    Freshman Rep. Mike Clelland, D-Lake Mary, defeated former Rep. Chris Dorworth, R-Lake Mary, last fall in a campaign that swung in large part on controversies surrounding Dorworth's ethics and finances. Now Clelland is making ethics reform one of his first...
  • Barely 3 months in office, Castor Dentel has an opponent

     
    By Martin Comas, Staff Writer Barely three months after the November elections, Longwood city commissioner and Republican Bob Cortes announced today that he will challenge newly-elected Democrat Karen Castor Dentel for the state House District 30 seat...
  • Clelland plans to break with House Dem caucus on budget vote

     
    Freshman Rep. Mike Clelland, the Lake Mary Democrat who upset former Speaker-to-be Chris Dorworth last fall in a district drawn to favor Republican candidates, plans to break with his caucus and vote for the Republican-controlled chamber's proposed...
  • AT&T, Genting, Internet cafes and Big Sugar pay the most to lobby

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Companies, interest-groups and local governments paid $123 million to lobby the Florida Legislature last year, led by phone giant AT&T, Malaysian casino giant Genting, U.S. Sugar Corp., and an Oklahoma-based Internet sweepstakes cafe...