Community Bulletin and Business Briefs


Notes: Harbor Academy open house

Harbor Academy Christian Preschool & Childcare is hosting and Open House Monday, Feb. 20 from 6:30-7:30pm at 730 Upsala Road in Sanford.

Notes: Nonprofit coffee shop in Oviedo?

Kaioen Coffee is a new coffee shop with a great look and feel but doing something a little differently.

Notes: Oviedo football player makes history

Oviedo resident Marshall Trier is a member of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute football team that's in the ECAC Division III Presidents Bowl Championship game.

Notes: Honoring a fallen Marine

Nov. 11, Seminole State College of Florida paid special tribute to an alumnus who was killed in May during a Marine humanitarian mission in Nepal.

Notes: New restaurant in Winter Springs

Zoës Kitchen, a popular Mediterranean fast-casual restaurant concept, is open in Winter Springs starting Nov. 3.

Notes: Flu season already starting

The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County reminds residents to protect themselves and their families from influenza.

Notes: Big jump in leases

NAI Realvest, based in Orlando, recently negotiated four long-term leases.

Notes: Boxing gym offers kids cash for grades

Elite Boxing Fitness Center in Oviedo is giving $5 for every A earned in science, math and english and $2.50 for Bs. 

Notes: Seminole gets Men's Health dept

The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County recently launched an Office of Men’s Health.

Notes: Cat and kitten $10 adopt-a-thon!

It’s scary how many dogs and cats are living at Seminole County Animal Services just waiting for new fur-ever homes. Adopt one!

Notes: Hagerty future football star gets big break

Jacob Zuhr of Hagerty High School’s class of 2020 has been invited and will be competing at the nation’s top high school football showcase.

Notes: Exclusive neighborhood opens in Oviedo

Meritage Homes recently opened Hampton Estates, its newest gated community with only 24 home sites located on Old Lockwood Road.

Notes: $10,000 to get women in STEM careers

The Verizon Foundation recently awarded Seminole County Public Schools a $10,000 grant to connect female students to STEM careers.

Notes: Seminole Schools get $2.4M grant

Seminole County Public Schools has been awarded a five-year, $2.4 million Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Student Education grant.

Notes: Winter Springs man judges big event

Bill Stueber, founder of Wireless Assets Holdings LLC in Winter Springs, has been appointed as a Technology Judge at the CTIA Super Mobility 2015 wireless industry convention in Las Vegas