Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Seminole County Commissioner Lee Constantine has been invited to a European Union summit on water management later this month.Constantine is one of 12 water policy leaders from the U.S. invited to... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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A Lake Mary man and Orlando City soccer player, 25-year-old Benjamin Polk, was arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly assaulting a cab driver over the price of the fare, the Seminole County... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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A man who deserted from the U.S. military 40 years ago was arrested in Sanford on October 13, according to the U.S. Marshal’s office.The man is 64-year-old Jeffrey Michels, who didn’t report for duty... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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A new app in Sanford will allow people to find lawn services much more easily and efficiently through their phones.It’s called GreenPal, and co-founder Gene Caballero compares it to apps like Uber... + continue reading

Hunter Corchado with the Seminole County Sheriff's Office helps out Puerto Ricans in need. Everyone on the task force sent to the island had a personal connection there.

Saturday, October 14, 2017
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A group of Seminole County law enforcement officers were among the relief efforts sent down to Puerto Rico to help in the aftermath of the destructive Hurricane Maria, which left the island almost... + continue reading

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10/20/2017
Five girls volleyball teams stay alive By Dean SmithHerald Staff The quest for a State Championship is alive for five Seminole County-based Girls Volleyball teams.Host and top-seeded Oviedo, Hagerty and Orangewood Christian each cruised to their respective District Championships and will host Regional contests this week, while Lake Mary... + continue reading
10/20/2017
MID FLORIDA POP WARNERHere is the Mid Florida Pop Warner Week 8 Schedule in six weight classes _ Tiny Mite; Mitey Mite; Junior Pee Wee; Pee Wee; Junior Varsity; Unlimited _ throughout Central Florida today (Saturday). Here are the matchups:Apopka @ Dr. Phillips; Avalon @ Winter Springs; Clermont @ Umatilla; Hagerty @ Oviedo; Harmony @ Lake Howell... + continue reading

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Bob Gifford of Certified Associates, outside the Longwood location on State Road 434 where he'll be giving people cards so they can legally purchase medical marijuana.

10/14/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Bob Gifford, owner of Certified Associates, which gives out the certification cards for patients to buy medical marijuana, has opened up a new chapter in Longwood at 730 West State Road 434.Gifford started in the medical marijuana business himself in Denver, Colorado, famously one of the first states to legalize marijuana in the U.S. But family... + continue reading
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Did you know that Donald Trump is a bad guy?Then:Forty-one Senate Republicans supported candidate Trump after he characterized opponents as “Lying Ted”, “Little Marco”, “Pocahontas”, “Low Energy Jeb”, “Crooked Hillary”.Now:Trump is the subject of an article in The Week  news magazine by a stringer for the Washington Post named Paul Waldman.In... + continue reading

A rendering shows what the proposed development might look like in downtown Sanford. 

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The Heritage Park project, known in its initial stages as the Catalyst Site, is on its way to getting off the ground - in a year, according to developers.The project is a multi-acre development that is proposed to have retail, apartments and mixed-use buildings. It will be located in downtown Sanford and is managed by the Sanford Waterfront... + continue reading

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Herald photos by Jim Wentz
 
Defending Class 9A State runners-up Oviedo (top) won another District title, led by the play of Rebekah Rath (middle) and Savannah Vach (above, right).
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Five girls volleyball teams stay alive By Dean SmithHerald Staff The quest for a State Championship is alive for five Seminole County-based Girls Volleyball teams.Host and top-seeded Oviedo... + continue reading
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Herald photos by Greg Fencik
 
Grayden Krull (white uniform, top) made an incredible touchdown catch to put Seminole ahead, but Lorenzo Lingard would run for two touchdowns (including the game-winner, dark uniform, above) in the fourth quarter as University edged Seminole, 28-21.
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Herald photos by Greg Fencik
 
Oviedo’s Keonte Coffie (No. 22, top) had a huge night, but it was Seminole’s Vernon Mamwell (No. 6, breaking off 54-yard run, not a touchdown despite coaches hopes, second from top) who scored the game-winning touchdown (third from top, moments later) and Mother Nature washed away (above) any hopes of a Lions rally.
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Did you know that Donald Trump is a bad guy?Then:Forty-one Senate Republicans supported candidate Trump after he characterized opponents as “Lying Ted”, “Little Marco”, “Pocahontas”, “Low Energy Jeb... + continue reading

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All Fired Up by Jane Theis

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This Saturday, October 21, downtown Sanford will host the Art Walk.The Historic Sanford Welcome Center will hold their monthly show; this cycle’s theme is “Sanford Pumpkin Fest” featuring work from... + continue reading

Pumpkins roasting at Tennessee Truffle for their mouth-watering pumpkin compound butter.  

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Members of God’s Harvesters Ministry, Inc.  - Pictured, L-R: Rev. Linda Warren; Deacon Eugene Alexander, III; Alva Bagley-Barfield; Ruth Brown and Kia King. 

 

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Evangelist Martha Newman, Women’s Day Speaker

 

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