UCF gets grant for research
The continued grants from NASA put UCF on a pedestal as having one of the top planetary science departments in the country.
Postseason shot over
For the Bears, the loss ends a season that saw an improbable turnaround from just a season before when they went 1-9 – the worst season in program history.
Could open this week
The new emergency room helps address a long-standing need for Oviedo residents: convenient access to emergency medical care.
After giving several years of service in the military, veterans are coming back in need of jobs that can support them and their families.
There are resources out there for veterans, but it does take some research to find them.
Have you noticed how your thankful meter spikes when you fear losing something or someone important?
We have family, friends and neighbors to lean on and a generous community fuels local food banks, thrift stores and family programs to help those in need.
After close call, face harder foe
The Knights will have to shake off their near-nightmare against Temple as they face a tougher team in Rutgers this week.
After almost 35 years of cooking, I’ve had my share of Thanksgiving Day disasters! Here are some secrets to saving your sanity and your Thanksgiving dinner.
Hopefully, these tips will rescue you from any Thanksgiving Day disasters, but remember, it’s about gathering together to give thanks with the people you love — not the perfect meal!
I'm glad that I served and I'm also glad I survived. I lost a lot of friends...who will always remain young.
Veterans Day, which used to be called Armistice Day, reminds us of the many wars in which this country has invested wealth and blood.
What would prompt any woman, of any age, to identify with the Republican Party? Uh, “Check your brain at the door, Ma’am?”
If, as a woman, you prefer the boot heel of oppression on the back of your neck, today’s GOP is just the Boys Club for you.
November is National Caregivers Month, a month dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the caregivers among us.
Chances are pretty high that you or someone you know is a caregiver. As baby boomers age, caregiving is the trend.
There is something in us that wants to speak of gratitude, but often we remain silent. Let's change that this month.
If you get around on Facebook at all, you may have noticed that many people are doing "28 Days of Thanks" postings leading up to Thanksgiving Day.
The holiday season in Orlando begins with the annual Festival of Trees, running through Nov. 24 at the Orlando Museum of Art.
Generous Florida businesses, clubs, and designers sponsor trees and decorations to be auctioned off, making this one of the Museum’s biggest fundraisers of the year.
Knights narrowly win
Only through acrobatic plays and a last second split of the uprights did the Knights escape a nail-biter against a team that was expected to lose by 17 points.
Come jam at the Chuluota Blues Bash
Central Florida Blues presents the Chuluota Blues Bash at the Hitching Post Bar and Grill from 3 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16.
Light Up UCF returns
Light Up UCF returns to light up the holiday season starting Nov. 15 at the UCF Arena. Running through Jan. 5.
Legacy lives on with 5K
It’s not easy for the family to talk about their loss, but they hope that their strength can make a difference in others’ lives.
SCSO offers SAFE classes
The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to offer SAFE, a personal awareness and crime prevention program.
On a larger scale, there is a growing trend in online journalism in which stories are simply aggregated from various external sources.
Since when did this become journalism?
Face Fletcher on Friday
It’s playoff time for the Winter Springs Bears, though a shocker loss to Lyman sends them into the postseason with momentum stalled.
What could be better fodder than good-tasting, nutritious garden produce?
I was stunned upon noticing the price on fresh basil in the grocery store, considering how easy it is to grow produndant quantities.