This special campaign, inspired by the destination’s longtime area code, encourages residents to support their favorite restaurants, bars, shops, boutiques, services, and other locally owned businesses by sharing posts and photos on their social media channels using the hashtag #407Day.
The Apopka Critic reposted an Orlando Sentinel article by Stephen Hudak about Winter Gardens' vision for future economic development, quoting its Economic Development Director Tanja Gerharzt in the story.
The Apopka Historical Society closed out Women's History Month last week with a tribute to female leaders in Orange County and Apopka. The event, entitled: "Girl Power: Promoting Hope"
On March 5th and 6th, students from Apopka High School’s Student Government Association, Apopka High School teachers Mr. Wagner and Mr. Peters, nearby residents, and members of the Apopka 7th-Day Adventist Church pitched in to do everything from trim trees to paint fences.
The Orange County Board of County Commissioners unanimously voted to update its Fertilizer Management Ordinance to further prevent nitrogen and phosphorus nutrient pollution from entering County water bodies.
No matter the outcome of the election, the Apopka City Council is going to look different, and the opinions on this subject may change based on who wins or loses. South Apopka, however, will look very much like it has for years.
The tragedy of segregation, Jim Crow, low-paying jobs, and lack of opportunity demands the best answer possible for South Apopka. Residents deserve equitable government services and equal opportunities.
When COVID-19 kept us all indoors, District 2 Commissioner Christine Moore wanted to help break up the monotony. She researched and created five different driving tours, including in Apopka!
When Wekiwa Springs Road won the District 2 Corridor of the Year Contest, it didn’t come easily. But the honor did come bearing gifts...
Four independent judges traveled Apopka and Orange Co. roads in October looking at subdivision entranceways for a winner, and found closer neighbors and safety, too.