“Business has been off considerably, but the hardest part being the inability to find staff to hire. Despite paying more than any restaurant I am aware of, no one wants to work."
Students said that, for the past few days, there has been nonstop discussion about graffiti that was written on a bathroom wall in Winter Park High School.
The City of Orlando recently made the same plea to residents due to the shortage of liquid oxygen being experienced by the surge of COVID-19 treatments.
The message from Winter Park leaders to city employees is to get vaccinated or get tested every week.
Ima Black was able to fulfill a lifelong wish with the help of the United States Navy. The 100-year-old World War II veteran, and resident at The Mayflower at Winter Park, was treated to a ride in a Navy helicopter.
The Gardens at Depugh nursing home in Winter Park is still following strict protocol when it comes to visitors. Anyone from the outside must wear masks, have a health screening, and have temperatures taken before entering.
It's no secret that consumer prices are rising and that's also true when it comes to your hurricane supplies.
Winter Park police say two people were shot near Winter Park Village.
Residents of the Hyde Park neighborhood in Seminole County are disturbed by a recent discovery just outside their community.
Police said that they received a call about an unoccupied residential burglary in which the suspect entered the victim's residence, stole items, and fled.
The Winter Park Police Department needs the public's help to identify a suspect accused of committing burglaries to houses listed for sale.
Flavortown is getting bigger in Central Florida!
The City of Winter Park has announced that the City's 26th annual 4th of July Celebration will be held on Monday, July 5, from 9 a.m. to noon, in Central Park.
The body of a swimmer reported missing after disappearing in Lake Osceola on Monday has been recovered, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
The Winter Park Fire-Rescue Department said crews are searching for a lost swimmer in Lake Osceola.
A Memorial Day ceremony was held in Winter Park Monday morning to honor the veterans we have lost and to recognize those who are still with us.
The victim is in critical condition.
People enjoying their Mother's Day morning said they were thankful for staying healthy and hopeful that this holiday would be a step closer to normal.
On a beautiful Mother's Day morning, people were out in downtown Winter Park.
A local Christmas tree delivery service received a $4,000 grant from the social media giant for business expenses and advertisement.