Dante Lamar Jones

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The man that Sanford police said is a person of interest in the double homicide that occurred Halloween evening is now in custody.Dante Lamar Jones, 30, appeared in court Tuesday after being arrested... + continue reading
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The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County (DOH-Seminole) invites the community to check out the new Goldsboro Farmers Market.  The Farmers Market began Friday, Dec. 2 with a grand... + continue reading

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John Keatley and Sandra Friend

Monday, December 5, 2016
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Three award winning nature writers will do a joint book signing & sale outside of Maya Books & Music in Sanford on Sat., Dec. 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.The authors all write about different... + continue reading

Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Owner Deborah Gelwan shows off some of the many specialty dog treats. (Herald photo by Melinda Ayotte)

Monday, December 5, 2016
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Wondering how to keep those tails wagging this holiday season?At Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming in Lake Mary, the answer is on the ‘treat table’ where plates of brightly decorated gourmet baked... + continue reading
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Gabe Davis (No. 11, top photo) runs past a trio of Winter Park defenders on his way to one of his two touch-down receptions, but it was a field goal from Payton Rivers (second photo from top, shown kicking earlier this season) that put Seminole ahead to stay and Kaylan Wiggins (No. 7, third photo) added a late touch-down run and Tyler Timmons (No. 12, 4th photo) an interception return to seal a 48-31 victory over the Wild-cats. Despite playing with an injured ankle, this is the view Winter Park had of Seminole’s D.J. Hampton (No. 2, 5th photo), who ran for 123-yards on 28 carries and a touchdown, for much of the night.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Wiggins leads Seminole past Winter Park; Tribe to host Dr. Phillips in Final 4 By Dean SmithHerald Staff    On to the Final 4.   After having a successful half throwing... + continue reading

Dante Lamar Jones

Bill Belleville

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John Keatley and Sandra Friend

Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming Owner Deborah Gelwan shows off some of the many specialty dog treats. (Herald photo by Melinda Ayotte)

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Herald photos by Jim Wentz
 
Gabe Davis (No. 11, top photo) runs past a trio of Winter Park defenders on his way to one of his two touch-down receptions, but it was a field goal from Payton Rivers (second photo from top, shown kicking earlier this season) that put Seminole ahead to stay and Kaylan Wiggins (No. 7, third photo) added a late touch-down run and Tyler Timmons (No. 12, 4th photo) an interception return to seal a 48-31 victory over the Wild-cats. Despite playing with an injured ankle, this is the view Winter Park had of Seminole’s D.J. Hampton (No. 2, 5th photo), who ran for 123-yards on 28 carries and a touchdown, for much of the night.

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 Special to the Herald Fun and festive was the overriding theme for Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County & Greater Apopka’s Inaugural Raise the Roof Event on November 5.  Held under the stars in Reiter Park in Longwood, the sold out event of 300 featured themed tables; ranging from Vegas to Roaring 20’s and a Pajama Party,... + continue reading
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 By Susan WennerPeople Editor It was his son that inspired Founder and Executive Director, Jamie Grover, to begin the organization Special Needs Ability Program, Inc. in Deltona (SNAP) to assist others with their children on the autism spectrum.The group offers local programs and services to support Seminole, Volusia and portions of... + continue reading

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 Seminole County deputies arrested a man Sunday after they said he shot at several people, including three children. Witnesses said the man was speeding in a silver Chrysler Sebring on Tangerine Avenue in Sanford. When a resident tried to approach the vehicle to tell the man to slow down, deputies said the man pulled out a gun and began... + continue reading
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Goalkeeper Noel Miller (top in last year’s tournament) and midfielder Sabrina Henderson (No. 18, above, shown in last year’s Championship Game) will lead host Lake Mary into the 34th year of the Julie Weber Memorial Soccer Tournament sponsored by Orlando Orthopaedic with the first round being played at Lake Mary’s Don T. Reynolds Stadium and Bishop Moore Catholic High School’s Memorial Field in Orlando on Friday and Saturday, December 9 and 10.
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Schedule set for the 2016 Julie Weber Memorial Soccer Classic By Dean SmithHerald Staff    It’s time to go see some great girls high school soccer _ and it is for a good cause as... + continue reading
 
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Twin brothers Shaquem (No. 18) and Shaquill Griffin (No. 10) were recognized by the American Athletic Conference this week, Shaquem being tabbed as the AAC Defensive Player of the Year and Shaquill being named to the American Athletic Conference Second Team.
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Stetson University football teammates (from left-to-right) Kegan Moore, Patrick Fogarty, Davion Belk, Donald Payne, Eric Fogle, Jeb Boudreaux and Dominic DiGioia were named to various All-PFL (Pioneer Football League) teams.
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 Special to the Herald Fun and festive was the overriding theme for Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County & Greater Apopka’s Inaugural Raise the Roof Event on November 5.  Held... + continue reading