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AARP accepting 2022 Community Challenge Grant applications
Grants fund quick-action projects that help communities become more livable in the long term by improving public spaces, transportation, housing, civic engagement, coronavirus recovery, diversity and inclusion, and more.
Autism support coming to Central Florida
One of the largest autism therapy providers in the nation, Hopebridge is bringing nearly two decades of knowledge, experience, and care, beginning in March.
Apopka Police Department Burglary Report: From January 16th-22nd
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.

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Advocates urge additional funding for Florida homecare workers
For Medicaid recipients in Florida, however, home-based care can be difficult to find because of long waiting lists and high turnover among underpaid homecare workers.
Apopka Professional Firefighters Association endorsing Velazquez, Nesta in City Commission elections
The APFA, which represents 86 firefighters, engineers, and district chiefs at the Apopka Fire Department, will release the following statement regarding their endorsements.
Is the vision doomed for an Apopka skatepark?
With 22 write-in votes, a skatepark was the second most popular answer of an added amenity to the facility - only behind an aquatic complex.
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 January 24th.
Updating Breaking News: Apopka man dies in collision on SR-414
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to a crash in Orange County this afternoon that resulted in fatal injuries to an Apopka resident.
Women's Heart Health is seeing red
According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year.
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... all in one place, including details on the results of The Apopka Mayoral Readers Poll.
Nelson's harsh accusations put Apopka back in a dark period
But now, over two years later, and only 43 days from the mayoral election, it looks as though Apopka may be taken back into that dark period.
Chamber President presents economic development package to City Council
In the 2022 election cycle, economic development has become a core issue. Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson and City Commissioner Kyle Becker have debated the approach Apopka should take.
Feds approve Florida's delayed COVID plan for schools
The approval came after months of delays. Florida and other states were supposed to submit a COVID plan for schools by June 7th, but Florida didn’t get its plan in until October 6th... well into the new school year.
City Council votes to extend early voting hours for Apopka elections
Instead of opening the site from 8 am-5 pm on those dates, Council voted 5-0 to increase the hours from 7 am-7 pm - the same times as the March 8th election date.
City Council rejects bid from developer for Station Street project
Both Tony Benge (Benge Advisers LLC) and 654 Ventures Inc. are listed as principals for the company, and both have made donations to Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson’s campaign.
City of Apopka's concert series Saturday Sounds continues strong with these upcoming bands
Saturday Sounds continues to bring enjoyable weekend options to the the City of Apopka. If you haven't taken the time to check one of these concerts out, put it on your list starting this weekend.
This is the Most Unusually Popular College Degree in Florida
There are over 170 different fields of study tracked by the U.S. Census Bureau in which undergraduate students can earn a degree. Despite the wide range of academic subjects offered at colleges and …
4-day workweeks are the new trend taking over tech
In 1908, a New England cotton mill instituted a 5-day workweek. The move inspired others to follow suit over the next 30 years until the Fair Labor Standards Act made 2-day …