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Breaking News: Missing Apopka woman found
Ms. Sheppard had gone missing on 5/9/23 after being discharged from Advent Health Apopka. She has now been found per the Apopka Police Department.
Apopka reflects on the lives lost on battlefields across the world in defense of America
Veterans, their families, elected officials, and Apopka residents gathered for the Memorial Day service held at Edgewood/Greenwood Cemetery on Monday morning.
Apopka honors the soldier's sacrifice
Memorial Day serves as a time for the nation to remember and pay tribute to all fallen service members, regardless of their era or conflict. It is a day of reflection and remembrance.

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In case you missed it: The Apopka news week in review
In case you missed it. The Apopka news week in review includes five articles that shaped the city last week... all in one place, including details on the Southwick Commons development.
Breaking News: APD looking for missing Apopka woman
The Apopka Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Jay Ruth Sheppard. Ms. Sheppard was last seen on 5/9/23 after being discharged from Advent Health Apopka.
Apopka Range War: Wendover pushes back on City's handling of Southwick Commons development
The feud between the Hatfield and McCoy families took place in the Appalachian Mountains between 1863 and 1891. But they have nothing on the range war going on in Apopka.
H2O Pipeline Program puts high school students on a promising pathway to a lifelong career
The Orange County Board of County Commissioners recently honored the first group of students who successfully completed the H2O Pipeline Program.
Commissioner Moore: "A successful CRA plan could result in a rebirth of downtown Apopka"
"Fortunately, in 2017, the City of Apopka created a CRA plan. This plan has many aspects and details, which, if followed, would result in a successful rebirth of downtown Apopka."
Orange County Utilities Receives Accolades for Educating Residents on Recycling
The recycling quality improvement program is an ongoing program that encourages residents to change their recycling behavior by using four-week periods of tagging.
APD looking for leads in vehicle burglaries at Apopka fire stations
During the early morning hours of May 22nd, several Apopka Fire Department firefighter personal vehicles were burglarized at Fire Stations 3 and 4.
Save Our Students initiative seeks to reduce crime and foster relationships
Initiative leaders say their goal is to provide area youth with worthwhile entertainment choices, keep teens safe during the times they are most at risk, and foster enduring mentoring relationships.
Apopka Police Department Arrest Report
 The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly arrest report that includes arrests, crashes, calls for service, and traffic citations. This report is for the week ending May 20th.
Former city attorney writes letter about his time in Apopka
In an email response to The Apopka Voice, former City Attorney Joseph Byrd says he felt compelled to write about his experiences after watching a video of an Apopka City Council meeting.