Orlando Briefs

OUC is now offering a rebate up to $200 to its customers for a smart solution for overwatering that will also help lower monthly water bills.
Nautique Boat Company’s Greg Meloon joins Florida Chamber Safety Council Advisory Board to make it safest, healthiest and most sustainable state in America.
Lighthouse Works, an organization that provides competitive job opportunities for blind and visually impaired adults, has received a $40,000 grant from Bank of America.
Orange County Public Schools Transportation Services is looking to hire approximately 100 bus drivers and 10 diesel mechanics.
FBI Director Christopher Wray addressed nearly 2,000 attendees at the 57th FBINAA National Training Conference.
The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando announced the official kickoff of the popular, 8th annual pet photo contest.
Take a look at the map and schedule for the proposed express service to Universal Orlando and I-Drive resort area.
An expanded number of Central Florida viewers are able to experience NEXTGEN TV as eight Orlando TV stations band together for the launch. Claiming to deliver more expansive audio and video options, as well as other innovative new capabilities, NEXTGEN TV enables TV stations to better personalize their broadcasts...
The Center for Disease Control’s latest study showed Orlando as third in terms of new HIV diagnoses.