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Sunshine Week: Knowing your right to know

From the Orange County Clerk of Courts The Orange County Clerk of Courts joins in celebrating Sunshine Week, an annual event designed to educate the...

How to avoid getting scammed this tax season

From the Council on Aging As a new tax season begins, keep in mind scammers will be revving up their efforts to steal YOUR money.  The...

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Matthew Reinhardt named 2018 Apopka Police Officer of the Year

From the Apopka Police Department There are many reasons APD Officer Matthew Reinhardt is deserving of the Officer of the Year award. As a patrol-level...

Deals and assistance for government workers affected by the shutdown

It’s been 28 days since the partial government shutdown began, making it the longest in history. As the shutdown continues, businesses and even the...

Celebrate a special Valentine’s Day at the Courthouse

 From the Orange County Clerk of Courts   Engaged and ready to “tie the knot”? Consider saying “I do” with the Orange County Clerk of Courts....

Rep. Brown: Justice finally served for Groveland Four

District 45 Representative Kamia Brown Responds To Groveland Four Pardoning  Yesterday, during the Florida Clemency Board meeting, the board unanimously granted pardons to Samuel Shepherd,...

Federal workers begin to feel the pain of shutdown as 800,000 lose their paychecks

By Jay L. Zagorsky, Boston University President Donald Trump wants $5.7 billion to fund a border wall to keep out undocumented immigrants and “criminals.” Democrats...

Congress used to pass bipartisan legislation – will it ever again?

Focus on Congress By Jeffrey D. Grynaviski, Wayne State University Congress seemingly hasn’t accomplished much apart from a tax cut and criminal justice reform since the...

The new Congress and the history of governing by a house divided

Focus on Congress Brooks D. Simpson, Arizona State University As the 116th Congress convenes this week, power has shifted from Republican control of both the Senate...

Chief McKinley: Thanks to the citizens of Apopka

From Apopka Police Chief Michael McKinley Another year has passed and 2018 was no different than past years in bringing out the best in our...

Apopka’s Biggest Stories of 2018: City Council votes 5-0 to approve budget, millage rate

Editor’s Note: This is the eighth in a series of articles published by The Apopka Voice in 2018 that were the most noteworthy events of...
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Apopka’s Biggest Stories of 2018: Dean says goodbye to the City Council

Editor’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of articles published by The Apopka Voice in 2018 that were the most noteworthy events of...