Friday May 10
The Orlando Sentinel
Sanford plans to wreck old post office it bought, never used
An old post office that Sanford bought years ago for half a million dollars but never used is now presenting the city with another bill: the cost of tearing it down.
Learning at the lake
Did you know that Lake Monroe staff are trained facilitators for Project WILD, Project WILD Aquatic, Growing Up WILD and Flying WILD? These are tested lessons and activity plans that educators can use with kids of all ages.
Police: Teens attempted to carjack mother, child in Sanford
A lakeside community is on edge Thursday night as Sanford police search for one of three men who they said tried to carjack a mother, in broad daylight, while her young child was in the car.
Documentary will focus on Thornby and Enterprise history
BEACON PHOTO/PAT ANDREWS Filmmaker on the go - Documentary filmmaker Rich Luckin and Story of Thornby author Sandy Walters of Enterprise make a stop in DeLand March 14, on their way to the West Volusia Historical Society.
Sanford plans to beautify 2-mile stretch of 17-92
When Cliff Haton steps outside his car dealership on U.S. Highway 17-92 - tucked between a bail bondsman and an auto-repair shop - his view is of sparse landscaping, broken sidewalks and a vacant lot.