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While Florida was one of 15 states that opted out of the Summer EBT program this year, according to the department's guidelines, state officials have until August 15th to notify the U.S. Department of Agriculture whether Florida will participate in the summer of 2025. more
Austin Duran's tragic death in 2022 shocked the community and tore apart the morale of the Apopka Fire Department. Now, he will be honored nationally at a weekend ceremony. more
Olsen: "They're saying we're going to be adding 500,000 people. How many of those are coming to Apopka? What's our 2025 plan, or 2026 plan, or 2050 plan? We need to be thinking in advance." more
At least 35,000 veterans were experiencing homelessness in 2023, according to HUD. While that's about half of what it was in 2009—things have plateaued in recent years despite active efforts to get that number to zero. 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 April 27th. more
Commissioner-Elect Nadia Anderson shed the "elect" portion of her title to become the official commissioner occupying Seat #3. She joined Commissioner Nick Nesta (Seat #4) in taking their oaths of office at a ceremony held at City Hall on Tuesday. more
Frost’s bill would ensure that hurricane preparedness tools, alerts, and planning systems would address the needs of seniors, people with disabilities, non-English speakers, and rural and urban populations. more
High-speed rail projects in California, Nevada, and Texas promise world-class service to the West and South. Can Florida be far behind? more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
Apopka voters made their choices for the Seat 3 and 4 City Commission elections on March 19th, and now they will watch as Nadia Anderson and Nick Nesta take their oaths and begin their four-year terms. more
Law enforcement agencies will conduct a two-week high-visibility crosswalk enforcement campaign from Tuesday, April 30 to Friday, May 10th, across six Central Florida counties. more
In case you missed it, The Apopka News Week in Review includes five articles that shaped the City—all in one place. It includes details on a clash in the City Council meeting about the forensic audit. more
Commissioner Nick Nesta proposed a new process for dealing with non-compliant properties with long-overdue fines at the April 17th Apopka City Council meeting. more
The festival showcases the work of artisans, crafters, and top foliage growers, along with live music, food vendors, and children's activities. more
The environment wasn’t even an issue that Graham ran on, not at first.  In seeking election as governor in 1978, he focused on education and crime. But then, well into his first term, a national magazine slammed him on his environmental record. more
DeSantis signed Senate Bill 7028, which will add another $200 million in funding for the My Safe Florida Home Program. more
Right now, the FCC reports that 7.2 million people lack access, but the commission numbers have been historically suspect. As a result, there are no doubt many more who are unserved and undercounted. more
The Office for a Drug-Free Community is one of 17 agencies encouraging residents to surrender their old and unused prescription medicines at one of these locations across Orange County. 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 April 20th. more
Florida has invested $6.5 billion into environmental protection, restoration efforts, water quality, and infrastructure of the Everglades since 2019. more
The rewrite of its zoning ordinances accompanies its efforts to roll out a new comprehensive plan called Vision 2050, which will guide development patterns over the next 30 years. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
Summer camps provide a unique opportunity for children to make new friends, develop social skills, and learn new hobbies. In Apopka, there are three options. more
Bob Graham — two-term governor, three-term U.S. senator — was always thinking about Florida, how to preserve Florida’s waters and save the Everglades, how to improve K-12 education, how to promote civic engagement, how to alleviate poverty. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka News Week in Review includes five articles that shaped the City... all in one place, including details on a new business coming to Apopka. more
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