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.
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.
The Creative Hub of Apopka was created to be a conducive place for artists to practice their preferred medium and share their creativity.
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.
According to The Wall Street Journal, pagers and flip phones are not obsolete — not even close. For today’s doctors, many still use one-way, beeping communication devices.
The Apopka City Council pushed for higher interest return rates from current investment banks at its May 17th meeting as Commissioner Nick Nesta raised concerns over loss of money.
Craft breweries are increasingly prominent players in America’s social and environmental landscape, helping to produce what some people call fermented landscapes.
The Department reminds families to be safe when enjoying water activities, especially the week before Memorial Day, which is recognized as Healthy and Safe Swimming Week - May 22nd–28th.
With Second Harvest’s MTM program's inception, local healthcare providers can now refer eligible patients with chronic kidney disease to the food bank.
Some lawmakers are warming to the idea of a vaccination campaign, long considered a fringe idea due to the cost and potential consequences.
Two of the worst things that survived the session are related to our ongoing water pollution woes. Both are likely to make things a lot worse. Both came as something of a surprise.
The COVID-19 public health emergency status in the U.S. expired on May 11th. And on May 5th, the WHO declared an end to the COVID-19 public health emergency of international concern.
The illness following a bout with COVID-19 may be part of a patient’s response to the infection. But doctors and researchers do not yet know why some patients go on to have persistent symptoms.
During National Water Safety Month, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County encourages residents to take precautions to prevent drownings and skin damage.
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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.
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.
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.
Stacker breaks down the richest players in MLB history, using rankings by Celebrity Net Worth, taking into account contracts and non-baseball earnings and investments.
Private industries have had to work hard to attract staff. Stacker used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to find where pay raises have been highest.
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(NAPSMI)—El Servicio Postal de EE. UU. conmemorara el 50 aniversario de la ley que protege las Especies en Pelgro de Extincion (ESA, por sus siglas en ingles) con el lanzamiento de una nueva …