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Gun violence broke out at the Northwest Recreational Facility last night as a juvenile, allegedly in a verbal dispute, shot two other juveniles. more
This weekend, Congress passed a crucial continuing resolution, marking a significant development in the ongoing efforts to keep the government functioning. more
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 Orange County preserving lands in Apopka. more
It was clear the area had structures in place for building collaboration, securing state and federal dollars, and growing their local economy. We would do well to emulate many of these best practices. more
 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 September 23rd. more
Peter Lewis, a 60-year-old black male, was last seen in the area of Jecenia Blossom  Drive in Apopka. Lewis was at his residence and then left on foot in an unknown direction of travel. more
Peter Lewis, a 60-year-old black male, was last seen in the area of Jecenia Blossom  Drive in Apopka. Lewis was at his residence and then left on foot in an unknown direction of travel. more
I recently had the opportunity to visit my birthplace, Minneapolis, MN with an economic development team from Orange County. This column is the first of a series sharing best practices. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
Orange County Government is set to receive $219 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development... but what should they spend it on? more
The addition of Crespo and Mentor brings the APD roster of sworn officers to 112.  The department is budgeted  for 10 more in the fiscal year of 2023/24. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka news week in Review includes three articles that shaped the city last week... all in one place, including details on code violations at the RSR Golf Course. more
Apopka Word of Mouth is a local social media page on Facebook that is often a platform for spirited discussions about city issues. It's a  page with over 9,000 followers. One of them, Akai … more
Columbus Day commemorates Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Americas. However, there has been a movement to reevaluate and transform this holiday into Indigenous Peoples' Day. more
The City of Apopka and the Apopka Fire and Police Departments will host the September 11th Memorial 5k and the  “Together as One Festival” in Downtown Apopka. more
One of Orange County Government’s most important budget functions is to invest in all aspects of the local community to enhance the quality of life for residents. more
The idea is to assist people who need a boost and provide them with help for a more stable environment including employment, educational resources, and affordable housing. more
The Apopka City Council voted 5-0 to approve its Fiscal Year 2023-24 millage rate and budget at its final budget hearing held on September 20th. The Apopka City Council took the first step in approving its Fiscal Year 2023-24 millage rate and budget at the first budget hearing held on September 6th. The … more
 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 September 16th. more
Through a public records request, The Apopka Voice has learned that The Golf Group, owners of the RSR golf course lands, has been cited for multiple code violations and amassed fines totaling over $1.7 million. more
The City of Apopka and the Apopka Fire and Police Departments will host the September 11th Memorial 5k and the  “Together as One Festival” in Downtown Apopka. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
The increasing rates of trespassing along a train’s right-of-way is illegal. It is also the leading cause of all rail-related fatalities nationwide. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka news week in Review includes three articles that shaped the city last week... all in one place, including details about septic-to-sewer conversion in Apopka. more
On October 14th,  Orange County will host its in-person Community Conference , an annual event that provides residents an opportunity to learn about innovative ways to improve neighborhoods. … more
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