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Medicaid provides medical coverage to low-income individuals and families whose costs are shared between the state and federal governments. more
Monitored 24/7, the water produced in the County’s facilities meets or exceeds state and federal standards. At just over $1 for the first 1,000 gallons, it’s an excellent and cost-effective source for emergency supplies that don’t add plastic waste to the environment. more
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, social determinants of health are environmental factors that can impact individuals' health outcomes. 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 June 29th. more
The City of Apopka is thrilled to announce a vibrant Fourth of July Celebration at the Apopka Amphitheater, featuring David J and Emily Henline, two emerging young talents from Nashville.   … more
The Auto Club Group has provided the Tow to Go program for over 25 years, removing nearly 30,000 impaired drivers from U.S. roadways. more
The June event presenter was Caitlin Kasheta, co-founder and executive director of Main Street Apopka, an organization whose mission is to revitalize downtown Apopka by fostering a thriving business district through strategic, collaborative efforts. more
During the June 19th City Council Meeting, Special Project Manager Stephen Cribb spoke about the remarkable initiatives of the Apopka Youth Council. more
Hurricane Beryl’s strength and rapid intensification were unusual for a storm so early in the season. That is especially alarming as forecasters expect an exceptionally active Atlantic hurricane season. more
The Apopka Police Department swore in five new officers last week. We asked them why they chose the APD over other agencies. Their responses were both uplifting and surprising. more
The list of over 7,000 checks totaling about $433,000 includes uncashed vendor payments, refunds, restitution, and cash bonds ranging from as low as 8 cents to as high as $10,000. more
Just as the American dream thrives on diverse opportunities, a varied energy landscape reflects our ideals by offering multiple options for powering our homes and businesses. more
It is the American Dream—to buy a home and raise a family. But that dream is falling out of reach for many average Central Floridians because of the mounting housing crisis in the region. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
On its website, the City of Apopka announced the times and dates for the budget workshops for Fiscal Year 2024/2025. more
Are you curious about private wells and septic systems? Are you a homeowner, a real estate professional, or simply interested in understanding these essential components? more
Florida’s new law requires moving companies to register with the state, provide clear contracts, and avoid misleading advertising. more
Sunday's state average was $3.38 per gallon. That's 12 cents per gallon more than what holiday travelers paid on Independence Day in 2023. more
The Apopka Voice has learned through a public records request and a social media post that Commissioner Alexander Smith sent a scathing email to Commissioner Nick Nesta, describing Nesta's remarks to Smith as "degrading, offensive, insulting, rude and disrespectful" at the June 19th City Council meeting. 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 food hall in Apopka. more
UF/IFAS Extension Orange County provides education and information to residents and businesses. Current classes/events are listed on our events calendar. more
With the longer days and warmer weather, it’s fitting to celebrate National Park and Recreation Month.  It’s a perfect time to explore and build memories at over 100 parks in Orange County. more
A new report by the mental health advocacy group Inseparable calls for policies to expand 988 call center capacity, increase the availability of mobile response units, create more crisis stabilization centers, and establish stable funding mechanisms to sustain the services. more
Troopers from the Florida Highway Patrol responded to a two-vehicle collision in Zellwood this morning that resulted in the death of a driver. more
These five new officers, along with three additional officers currently in the police academy, bring the APD's numbers to 118 sworn officers. And that is where the roster will stay, heading into the 2024/25 budget workshops. more
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