The St. Johns River Water Management District is conducting a 103-acre prescribed burn today at its Lake Apopka North Shore in Lake County.
From the residents' voices, there needs to be more trust in the elected officials. We recognize this will not happen overnight.
Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings will host a free open house on Saturday, January 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in downtown Orlando's Orange County Administration Center.
A gas station may seem like an odd thing to feel passionate about, but many major and regional gas chains have developed cult-like followings over the past decade.
U.S. News and World Report surveyed 2,000 adults who either had to move back in with their family or got a roommate or housemate because of the higher cost of living.
Commissioner Kyle Becker will highlight the agenda at tonight's Apopka City Council meeting, and he means business. Becker will present his plan for an economic development department and why it …
The good news is my mentor and long-time friend Dr. Winston Morris is going to retire. The great news for me is for the first time in about five years, I’m going to have the privilege of working in Apopka.
The Breast Cancer Supply Center has been in operation since 2020. Our mission is to serve women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
If you are unsure how to spot the early signs of epilepsy, talking to a specialized neurologist should be your first port of call. However, the guide here can help.
Lake Ola is a 426-acre body of water that sits in the northwest corner of Orange County near the town of Tangerine, about eight miles from the center of Apopka.
During Cervical Health Awareness Month, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) encourages women to visit their health care provider to be screened for cervical cancer, …
While new mutations of COVID-19 continue to circulate across the nation, seasonal flu activity also has been high in Florida, federal health officials have warned.
Residents are encouraged by the DOH in Orange County to take action to protect their homes and families from the dangers of radon exposure during National Radon Action Month.
It took over six years, four election cycles, a couple of presentations, and a late-night City Council meeting, but Apopka finally took the first step in creating an economic development department.
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 14th.
By a vote of 3-2, the City Council approved the formation of an economic development department for Apopka with Commissioners Kyle Becker, Nick Nesta and Diane Velazquez voting in support.
by the We Can Do This COVID-19Public Education Campaign(NAPSI)—Many people celebrate the promise and new beginnings of the New Year by making resolutions—often focused on health goals like losing …