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Dwight Howard was named the Aleve-Publix ‘Hustle Player of the Year’ at halftime of the Orlando Magic’s regular season finale Wednesday evening against the Indiana Pacers.
Do you hear that noise? Yeah, the one that sounds like wind in the willows. That’s Rick Scott exhaling. In spite of the win, which was surprisingly big win over McCollum, and a close one, I bet he’s saying “Soooosieeee, you got some splainin’ to do.” I’m also betting he expected a little more from Susie Wiles, his campaign manager, than three points for his approximately forty million.
Try as a poet may, the true essence of words can never seep the marrow of what was experienced during last nights Battle of the Sexes. For those who unfamiliar, I encourage, no, I implore you to take advantage of what Orlando ballet is so generously offering.
Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings’ number one goal is to reduce crime and the fear of crime in the community. To this end, the Sheriff’s Office is partnering with local municipalities and private security concerns for Operation Safe Holiday 2009, a series of proactive anti-crime initiatives that will be conducted during the holiday season throughout Orange County. Between November 18, 2009 and January 2, 2010 the Sheriff’s Office will place special emphasis on the area’s shopping areas, tourist corridors, and high crime areas throughout the county.
This year Orange County Public Schools has 13 high schools listed among the best in the nation, according to Newsweek magazine’s annual rankings. Winter Park, Olympia, and University high schools were ranked in the top 15 percent of all U.S. high schools scored.
Gov. Charlie Crist on Tuesday said he thought voters could understand if he bowed to increasing pressure and abandoned the Republican Party to run for the U.S. Senate as an independent.
Sure to be a fiery performance no one will soon forget, ¡Bailamos! hits the Linda Chapin Theatre at the Orange County Convention Center for a sizzling, exclusive performance on March 12, 2011 at 8 p.m.
Despite recent headlines, prominent Orlando attorney Dan Newlin is revered by many in the Central Florida community, including a local family, recently awarded a multi-million dollar judgment.
For the nearly 20 million people who choose to call Florida home, to not just raise their children and build their businesses, but to truly live out their dreams; the future is now. The strength of our state and national economies are being tested in ways not seen in decades: unemployment is at a 16-year high. Our people are struggling, as a state and as a nation. And like never before, we have an obligation to serve them well.