The Legal Aid Societies of Orange and Osceola counties have partnered with Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies to provide a free information seminar about the guardianship process.
1st Annual Monte Carlo AUSA Sunshine Chapter Presents 1st Annual Monte Carlo Night Scholarship Fundraiser Have fun and help us meet our goal of $5000 for AUSA Sunshine Chapter Scholarships.
Patients who have been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease often have difficulty coping and adjusting to a lifelong chronic illness.
The American Lung Association has a great opportunity for a Specialist, Health Promotions, Clean Air to join our incredible team in the Upper Midwest region.
U.S. Postal Service Honors Legendary Entertainer with Black Heritage Series Stamp
The Church Street District invites you to see It’s a Wonderful Life, a Christmas movie classic
.Experience the sights and sounds of the season when visiting Downtown for the Holidays.
It's not too late to register an entry in the Second Annual Twilight Parade, which will march down Town Center Blvd. at 5 pm on Saturday, December 1.
Have you visited our Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code exhibition yet?
With the help of the Neighborhood Preservation & Revitalization Division, Orange County Fire Rescue will once again participate in Orange County Mayor’s Adopt a Fire Station for the holidays.
Please be advised that the intersection at Hunter’s Oak Drive and Hunter’s Park Lane (near Chartres Gardens and The Village at HC) will be CLOSED to traffic on Monday and Tuesday October 22 and 23.
It's hard to believe the holiday season is upon us!
Register children grades K-8th for The Healthy Kids Running Series!
The Wadeview Neighborhood Center is a great resource for families with children, as well as adults in the area.
Every Sunday, the Wadeview community is just a couple streets away from the Orlando Farmer's Market.
Fall Vegetarian Dishes Even a Carnivore Will Love: Whip up meat-free dishes even meat-lovers will eat up.
Even though human papillomavirus (#HPV) occurs frequently, you can avoid—or at least reduce your risk—of contracting it.
New York City may have the most bars, restaurants, fitness centers and playgrounds of any city in the US, but your chances of actually having a good time are higher in. . .