Orlando & Orange County

Crime in the Hills

‘Why Its Getting Worse’ The Department of Justice blames it on population growth, old social problems, and wanna be Crips and Bloods. Carjacker's, home invaders, and stick-up kids are making the TV news every single night. Street thugs and criminals are everywhere, and last year they killed 122 people in Orange...
Renovation Provides Pine Hills with More Services and Programs Central Florida YMCA recently celebrated an extensive expansion and renovation to its Wayne Densch YMCA Family Center in Pine Hills (870 N. Hastings Street) with a topping off ceremony attended by many of the area’s top government, community and business...

MICHAEL HAS DONE IT AGAIN!

Michael Hamilton, jr. 8 years old, a member of the Pain Care Racing Team stunned the crowd again while competing in the 2007 BMX State Championship Qualifiers Race 3 & 4 held at Barnett Park in Orlando recently. Michael came in 1st Place in all 3 races for the 3rd...
Ten years ago when I first ran for a school board seat, I was the first candidate to question and study the school board budget. To clearly depict it, I drew a pie graph showing 23% of the total budget going for overhead administrative costs, while Seminole County...

CAUGHT!!

Last year Keynon S. Crowe was driving at a high speed in a residential area, when he ran a stop sign and caused a crash in which Edwin Alvarado was fatally injured. One other person was injured and three other parties sustained property damage. Subsequent investigation determined that Crowe...

A FATHER’S PLEA

Minority Volunteer Blood Stem Cell Donor Needed For Life-saving Transplant Joseph Grimsley, a 35-year-old father of three, was recently diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). He is now undergoing chemotherapy treatments until an unrelated volunteer blood stem cell donor can be identified since no one in his family was...