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Apopka Kona Poke' announces weeklong grand opening celebration

Guests will enjoy Kona Poké’s complete menu of healthy and delicious Hawaiian-style poké bowls with fresh sushi-grade fish, and house sauces, and over 40 fresh ingredients to choose from, including vegan, gluten-free and cooked options. 
The Rise of Craft Cocktails: Why They're So Popular and How the Industry is Changing
What is behind this trend? Why are craft cocktails becoming so popular? And how is the industry changing as a result?
Happy #407Day Apopka!
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.
A Look Inside the Legendary Eatery Caffe Positano in Apopka
When it comes to sampling Italian cuisine, it doesn’t get much better than a visit to Caffe Positano in Apopka; the self-confessed watchwords of this establishment are Passion and Perfection - …
The 7 Best Ways to Boost Your Real Estate Sales
This article will discuss seven of the best ways to increase your sales as a real estate agent!
Florida's Housing Market: Median Prices Up, Supply Tight in first quarter 2022
Florida’s housing market in March and 1Q 2022 showed the impact of rising mortgage rates, increased home prices and a shortfall of for-sale supply, with fewer closed sales compared to a year ago.
How much does it cost to house a family of four in Florida?
In Florida, a family of four will spend an average of $15,232 on housing per year, the 13th highest amount among states, according to the EPI's Family Budget Calculator.

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Apopka City Center breaks ground on Starbucks, Brew Theory
Brew Theory Marketplace will consist of a 12,000 square foot food hall with offerings that incorporate many of Orlando’s finest restaurant concepts. Starbucks will be located on Main Street and McGee Avenue.
Economic Development dominates mayoral debate
Before a live crowd of almost 300, an overflow audience at the nearby Victory Church, and hundreds more watching on live stream at home and at watch parties across the community, the two candidates for mayor of Apopka illustrated the stark differences in their approach to leading Apopka into the future.
As winter crops are planted, Florida’s Congressional delegation demands protections against Mexican imports
By John Haughey, The Center Square Both Florida’s U.S. senators and two-thirds of the state’s 27-member Congressional delegation are lobbying the Biden administration to protect domestic …
Second Harvest's popular "A Spoon Full of Hope" product line unveils new cookie flavors; Culinary Training Program available
Purchasing their soup, honey or cookies helps fund the 16-week Culinary Training Program for economically challenged adults who want to pursue a sustainable career in the food industry These …
Three Odd Guys Brewing: Building a community one beer at a time
By Tristan Robinson, Interning Correspondent for The Apopka Voice “What makes a beer good is the taste. What makes a beer great is its ability to bring people together.” - Three Odd Guys …
A trip to Fox Valley Farm and Hopyard: The Hoppiest place on Earth
By Matthew Hughes, Interning Correspondent with The Apopka Voice At 2905 Junior Avenue in Apopka, you will find the Fox Valley Farm and Hopyard; a five-acre piece of land rich with fresh fruits and …
Orange Co. reports decrease percentage of viral COVID remnants in wastewater; rental assistance still available; Magical Dining Month details
From the Orange County Newsroom As of Sunday, September 12, 2021, the Florida Department of Health is reporting that Orange County’s 14-day rolling positivity rate is 13.31 percent. Additional …
Second Harvest asks supporters to help "Stock the Shelves" for Hunger Action Month
Thousands of Central Floridians continue seeking food assistance, and your help is vital From Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is …
What do you call meat if it’s grown in a lab?
From The Hustle What do you call a hamburger when the cow it came from is still alive? That’s what the Department of Agriculture (USDA) would like to know. Cell-based meat -- AKA lab-grown, …
A Healthy Table virtual workshop returns with holiday meal prep
By Kirsten Romaguera, UF/IFAS It’s hard to believe, but the holiday season is just around the corner again, and many people will look forward to cooking festive meals. “A Healthy Table, …
Do brown or blue eggs taste different than white eggs?
By Jennifer Fox, Fox Valley Farm & Hopyard One of the most popular questions we get asked by visitors to our farm is about the color of our eggs: Do the different colors have a different taste? …
Second Harvest Food Bank calls Central Floridians to action: Sign petition; urge Florida to take $820M federal assistance to feed children in need
2 million low income children at risk of food insecurity as Florida is poised to pass up millions in federal food assistance From Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida The state of …
Florida restaurants alarmed as resurgent pandemic leaves tables empty
By John Haughey, The Center Square Just as post-pandemic normalcy appeared within reach, the delta variant that fueled a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic this summer is changing consumer behavior “in …
Fox Valley Farm & Hopyard: A fresh new approach to farming in Apopka
Take some time this Saturday and bridge the gap between old and new Apopka. Have a beer, meet a chicken, and maybe take home a few gifts. From Staff Reports For decades, farms were the backbone of …
Apopka’s Restaurant Scene Is Elevating Itself To New Heights - Or Has It Always Been Great?
Opinion | Food & Drink By Cindy Cummings Some of the best small eateries in Florida can be found in Apopka. Orlando Weekly highlights Cafe Verona on Edgewood Drive and The Catfish Place, on …