Parts of Sanford’s lakefront are shut down due to water in the road.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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As of Tuesday, September 19 at press time, there were still 4,000 Duke Energy customers and 40 Florida Power & Light customers without power in Seminole County.Duke Energy said they were aiming... + continue reading

Construction crews dump debris at a site on 9th Street in Sanford. 

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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As debris pickup and recovery after Hurricane Irma continues in Sanford, one group is being left out of the proceedings - people who reside in gated communities.Some residents are displeased that... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Two people have been arrested for allegedly stealing downed power lines in the wake of Hurricane Irma last week, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office said.Suspect Charles Mahoy, 41, said he did it... + continue reading

A large portion of road washed out on Airport Boulevard near Gramkow Funeral Home. 

Saturday, September 16, 2017
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It's been a long several days since Hurricane Irma hit Florida, and Seminole County is working diligently on the path to recovery. At a press conference Wednesday morning held at a rural Geneva fire... + continue reading
Saturday, September 16, 2017
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On Thursday, September 7, the City of Lake Mary decided unanimously to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in their city.The decision came because of a difficult place cities in Florida have been put... + continue reading

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09/21/2017
Special to the Herald In response to Hurricane Irma and the overwhelming generosity of the American people, the American Red Cross and Goodwill in Florida are establishing a partnership that will better serve Floridians affected by the hurricane during the recovery efforts.Throughout Florida, the Red Cross, along with its partners, is... + continue reading
09/21/2017
Northland Church recently held community cookout. No doubt the last several days have been difficult for the community. With so many still without power, Northland took the opportunity to come together as a community around a free, hot meal. Friends, family, kids and neighbors gathered. Northland also sent people home with a boxed lunch for their... + continue reading

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Household Trash, Yard Waste, Recycling, and Storm Debris Information 1. The City of Sanford has activated a Storm Disaster Contractor, Crowder Gulf to collect storm debris throughout the city. Their vehicles will be identified with a C/G logo and will begin collection the week of September 18th. 2. Property owners must separate normal... + continue reading
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Gang members to Portland, OregonIf you are a gang member and want a change of scenery, you are in luck, Portland, Oregon, wants to help you.  Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has announced that the gang database will be eliminated in October after Danielle Outlaw is appointed as chief.The police department said that under its new chief,... + continue reading
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It's been two days since Hurricane Irma hit Florida, and Seminole County is working diligently on the path to recovery. At a press conference Wednesday morning held at a rural Geneva fire station on State Road 46, Emergency Operations Manager Alan Harris announced that just under 50 percent of the county was still without power.25 percent of the... + continue reading

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Two of the top offenses in Central Florida, Lyman (top), led by quarterback Tarik McKinzie, No. 12, and running back Tyrese Juste, No. 8, and Lake Mary (above), led by running back Calvin Davis. No. 11, and quarterback Brandon Brown, No. 7, will square off at Don T. Reynolds Stadium on Friday in a crucial Class 8A-District 2 contest.
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TMA suffers first loss as others prepare for return from Hurricane Irma By Dean SmithHerald Staff Hopefully it’s time to get back to normal.After having nearly the whole Week 4 High School... + continue reading
Jaguars Fall
 
 
Herald photo by Romeo Guzman
 
Former Oviedo High and UCF standout quarterback Blake Bortles (No. 5) was 20-for-34 for 223-yards, with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions, and carried the ball 4-times for 29-yards, but the Jacksonville Jaguars, 1-1, fell to the Tennessee Titans, 37-16, on Sunday.
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Here are the winners from the Wednesday Night Rum Race sponsored by Gosling’s Rum on 9/13/17.
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The 2017-18 Central Florida Soap Box Derby Rally Season will begin next Saturday, September 23, at Sanford Derby Park.
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Gang members to Portland, OregonIf you are a gang member and want a change of scenery, you are in luck, Portland, Oregon, wants to help you.  Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has announced that... + continue reading

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09/21/2017 - 0 comment(s)
Special to the Herald In response to Hurricane Irma and the overwhelming generosity of the American people, the American Red Cross and Goodwill in Florida are establishing a partnership that... + continue reading

Watercolorist Caryn Dahm will demonstrate her techniques on Saturday morning at the Sanford Seminole Art Association.  

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