Oviedo Rotary Club comes out on top
The Rotary Club of Oviedo team—Olivia Jacques-Baker, Alyssa Martin, Sofia Orta, Rachel Pleitez, Jessie Sui, and Juliana Voelker—took home first place honors at the Florida Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament.
Enjoy music from Beethoven
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will present the final concert of their current series at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church.
Knights record slips
The UCF Knights dropped to No. 24 this week following a blowout loss to the University of North Florida.
Life’s battle begins at the time we take our first breath, and we are fighting constantly to stay alive until we draw our last.
One who has lived a great many years may tell you that life is for life’s sake, and has no point unless we find it, or create a philosophy for ourselves.
Come see fine art in Sanford!
Historic Sanford invites us to an art festival and art experience as 125 nationally accredited fine artists and craftsmen line the city’s historic brick streets.
Wait, how much of this plant's "waste product" is really inedible?
Wait, how much of this waste product is really inedible?
Watch your box
Recently, the Oviedo Police Department received several reports of theft of outgoing mail.
Bring your 4-legged friends
The first annual Bark in the Park will be at the Winter Springs Dog Park on Saturday, April 18, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Pitcher throws complete game
Rodgers would pitch his second consecutive complete game to lead the Knights to a 5-1 win in their series finale. Rodgers struck out seven and didn’t give up any earned runs.
In many ways, ones friends are more cordial than ones relatives.
People usually try hard to keep on good terms with their mothers and fathers, but maintaining a liking between brothers and sisters is patently a much more difficult task.
When presented with irrefutable evidence that challenges your preconceived notions or beliefs, will you adjust your thinking, attitude or behavior?
White America unequivocally practices institutional and societal racism; what are we going to do about it?
The green spaces in our parks nurture the mind, connecting us with nature and all that is bigger than us.
Parks give us a place to celebrate sunrises, sunsets, birthdays, and even corporate parties.
Frank Loesser’s Tony Award-winning musical “Guys and Dolls” introduces audiences to the most gentlemanly mobsters you’ll ever meet.
This all-American musical will be performed by talented students at the jewel-box Annie Russell Theater at Rollins College from April 17 to 25.
Tips to squeezing in the most important meal of the day.
You may have heard that preparation is key, which is definitely true – especially when you have specific health and fitness goals.
Rodgers pitches CG win
Thankfully for the Knights, they had Zach Rodgers on the mound Sunday.
Join the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra for Music of the Movies — a free concert!
Join the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra for Music of the Movies, its third annual free outdoor family concert in Loch Haven Park.
As a part of the Charmin Relief Project, Charmin is donating a year’s supply of supply of toilet paper to 100 firehouses across the country including the City of Oviedo Fire Rescue.
Raise money for Mid Florida Chapter of the MS Society at the Oviedo Bowling Center on Sunday, April 19.
UCF gets walk-off win
Another bout of last-inning heroics by James Vasquez sent the Knights off the field with a 6-5 walk-off win over Jacksonville on Tuesday night.
Window blinds manufactured for sale in the U.S. are required to have a safety feature installed to prevent children or pets from getting tangled up in the pull cords.