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Matthew Mark Hall Jr. was last seen approximately three weeks ago walking eastbound on Main Street from his prior place of employment, A-OK Tire Mart - 200 West Main Street. more
The City Council has a modest windfall of $3.7 million to put in the direction of the FY22-23 budget. That is cause for celebration, and thanks Mayor Nelson for announcing it well ahead of the budget workshops. more
Last week, the Apopka Police Department recognized Corporal Aaron Gerardi as CIT Officer of the Year for 2020 and Officer Cynthia Calixto as the CIT Officer of the Year for 2021. more
First, Re-Imagine Communities attended the Apopka Mayor's Prayer Breakfast. It was our first time at the event, and we were impressed by the entire program. more
This unique opportunity will combine hands-on training and educational lessons designed to teach parents and children the necessary safety procedures when in and around water.  more
Re-imagine Communities is on a mission to advance equity by empowering the underserved and at-risk youth of Central Florida, with a large focus in Apopka. Through mentoring and coaching, education … more
Dubbed Operation Best Foot Forward, crosswalk enforcement is part of a more comprehensive effort to educate drivers about Florida’s right-of-way laws and curb the pattern of aggressive behavior towards pedestrians. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles. more
ICON Park is proud to host the Apopka Police Department’s annual Shop With a Cop program as well as donate $500 to this great cause. more
The 45th Annual Apopka Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Foliage Sertoma Club of Apopka, brought back a sense of normalcy to the community with over 70 entrants taking the traditional parade route down Park Avenue. more
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