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Letter to the editor: Tavares train is loud and annoying

My husband and I hadn't been to Tavares since the hurricane hit the area in September. It was such a delightful Friday evening, so we decided to go to one of our favorite restaurants, Puddle Jumpers, on the Lake Dora waterfront. We had planned to spend the early evening enjoying the beautiful view o

DAILY COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-24 11:30:00

Leesburg kicks off the holidays tonight with Christmas Stroll

The holidays burst alive with color and sound this weekend in communities all over Lake County, starting with the Christmas Stroll in downtown Leesburg tonight. Here is a look at what's going on: Christmas Stroll Downtown Leesburg hosts its annual Christmas Stroll from 6 to 9 p.m. today, beginning w

DAILY COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-24 18:37:08

Lady Lake man spends Thanksgiving behind bars after caught riding stolen motorcycle

Jesse Parker Burns A Lady Lake man spent Thanksgiving behind bars after he was caught riding a stolen motorcycle earlier in the week. Jesse Parker Burns, 35, was being held on $27,000 bond following his arrest Nov. 18 on charges of grand theft auto, driving while license revoked, possession of marij

VILLAGES-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 23:32:52

On Stage: 'Nuncracker' opens this weekend

And the early gifts just keep coming this holiday season. The Tavares Theater opens "Nuncrackers" Saturday as the Little Sisters of Hoboken return to their shenanigans. The Christmas themed show is sure to please "Nunsense" fans and first-timers. The IceHouse production of "My Fair Lady" continues a

DAILY COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Healthy, Seasonal Eating Through Extension Programs

The University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension in Lake County is hosting programs at locations throughout the county focusing on healthy eating during the month of November: Eating with Diabetes: During November, National Diabetes Month, learn dietary ap

CLERMONTNEWSLEADER.COM - 2017-11-23 09:06:00

Accident snarls traffic on County Road 466

An accident shortly after 1 p.m. was backing up traffic on County Road 466 and nearby Rolling Acres Road. The accident involved two vehicles and occurred in front of the Sunset Professional Plaza on County Road 466. At least one vehicle was towed from the scene of the crash on the already-busy roadw


Villager's son walks out of jail after pleading no contest to drug charges

Jordan Alan Moore A Villager's son walked out of jail after pleading no contest to drug possession charges. Jordan Alan Moore, 28, was sentenced to 120 days in jail after pleading no contest to charges in his arrest Aug. 13 at 7-Eleven store in Leesburg. A Lake County judge gave Moore credit for tim

VILLAGES-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 15:21:48

Campione proposes alternate plan for Wekiva Parkway

TAVARES - Leslie Campione realizes her fight for a new Wekiva Parkway interchange near Mount Plymouth is a hard sell, so she hedged her bets and put another option on the table. Campione, the Lake County Commission vice chairwoman who represents the area of Mount Plymouth, suggested county road engi

DAILY COMMERCIAL - 2017-11-23 20:00:00

Stewart announces holiday engagement to girlfriend

Former NASCAR star Tony Stewart, left, and Pennelope Jimenez attend a NASCAR awards ceremony last winter. The pair announced their engagement Thursday. Three-time NASCAR champion and Columbus resident Tony Stewart is no longer an eligible bachelor. Stewart, 46, proposed to girlfriend Pennelope Jimen

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 07:56:25

CRH buying up west side properties for strategic growth

Columbus Regional Health's strategy to increase access to health care for residents of Bartholomew County and the region factored in the purchase of two properties on the city's west side this year. It's also why the nonprofit, county-owned hospital/health system is planning to shed several notable

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 07:20:34

Discussion on halfway house set

Columbus Dialogue will have a session on a project to create a halfway house in Columbus for people recovering from addiction. The session will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at The Living Room Church, at the corner of 14th and Sycamore streets. Topics to be discussed include what happens to recovering

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 06:52:05

Indiana library letting people pay off fines with food

COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) - If you've racked up fines at the Bartholomew County Public Library, you will soon be able to reach into your pantry instead of your wallet to pay up. Between Dec. 4 and Dec. 17, people can donate to the library in Columbus or the one in Hope non-perishable food items. The food

6 NEWS WRTV - 2017-11-24 12:28:33

Philanthropic group provides beneficial opportunities

The life cycle of a community requires a new generation of residents stepping into important roles so they can continue the work of those before them. That takes various forms, such as local government, law enforcement, education and business. Not to be forgotten is philanthropy. Many organizations

REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 06:02:42

Thanksgiving Day 5K race doubles attendance

GREENFIELD - Hours before many would sit down before a holiday feast, hundreds of people got in a Thanksgiving Day workout Thursday. More than 300 people put on their running shoes and hit the streets on Thanksgiving morning for the second-annual Turkey Day 5K. The event, which raises money for the

GREENFIELD DAILY REPORTER - 2017-11-24 07:05:56

Feast of Plenty provides 1,600 free meals

GREENFIELD - Gathered around a steel table, Sean and Ellen Rasor and Sue Cox stirred vats of stuffing and brown gravy in the small kitchen. A few feet away, roasters and ovens warming turkey, sweet potatoes, corn and green beans filled an event tent set up just outside the 4-H Exhibit Hall at the Ha

GREENFIELD DAILY REPORTER - 2017-11-24 07:20:41

Center Grove senior earns Player-of-Year honors

When the Center Grove volleyball team needed a big point, chances are the ball was heading Ellen LeMasters' way. The 5-foot-11 senior had shared that crunch-time workload with Macy Carrabine a year ago, but there was no sharing this season. LeMasters, who had 492 kills for the county, conference and

DAILYJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-24 07:15:08

Culpeper Town Police, arrest reports for Nov. 13-19

Strawberi Shane Williams, 21, 10000 block of White Shop Road, Culpeper: Failure to pay fines, costs or penalties. Bernard Lee Lewis, 51, 400 block of E. Chandler Street, Culpeper: Driving with suspended or revoked license. Sallie Gentry, 27, 1500 block of Carloton Avenue, Charlottesville: Violatio


Wellspring represents a unique hybrid clinic for Culpeper

Just over two years ago, Wellspring Health Services represented nothing more than a dream for a local anesthesiologist and several area investors. The clinic they wanted to bring to patients in Culpeper took shape a year ago inside the old Chevy Chase Bank on Creativity Drive in the Culpeper Colonna


Input Period Extended On SNP Fee Hike

HARRISONBURG - A wave of input on proposed fee increases at several national parks has prompted the National Park Service to extend a public comment period on the proposal. The park service, an agency within the Interior Department, announced Tuesday that it would continue accepting comments through

DAILY NEWS-RECORD - 2017-11-25 03:35:00

Farm at Sunnyside earns conservation honors

The 2017 Rappahannock County Bay-Friendly Farm Award has been presented to The Farm at Sunnyside in Harris Hollow along the banks of the Rush River. The annual Conservation Awards dinner was held in Culpeper and honors residents who have demonstrated leadership in the stewardship of local soil and w

RAPPAHANNOCK NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:28:15