By Ken Jackson Staff Writer The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office arrested the former band director at Poinciana High School Tuesday after authorities said he
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer The 2014 Atlantic Hurricane season ends Sunday and, once again, Osceola County was spared of any damaging tropical storms.
By Charlie Reed Staff Writer After you’ve pushed and shoved your way through the big box stores on Black Friday, shopping may seem like
A Kissimmee man was arrested on child pornography charges on Tuesday after an investigation was conducted by the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s Office
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Who are these guys? That’s what Osceola Kowboys fans might be wondering about this week’s 7A-2 regional finals opponent,
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor If it was the last Osceola-Lakeland playoff football game for some time, it was memorable. It was a game
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Harmony’s Lady Longhorns have dominated the county basketball scene for the past three years, but heavy losses to graduation
By Charlie Reed Staff Writer With the adoption of 8-month old Camden on Friday, Annie and Benjamin Hill now officially have four children.
By Peter Covino A&E Editor I had to drive some 700 miles to try my first Chipotle Sofritas burrito. Of course, they
By Charlie Reed Staff Writer A little indulgence never hurt anyone, right? With the holidays just around the corner, taking time to take care
By Peter Covino A&E Editor I usually try and give every new HBO series at least an episode or two of viewing even with
By Peter Covino A&E Editor It won’t open until the spring, but The Orlando Eye already has its eye on you. The massive
By Peter Covino A&E Editor Don’t expect to see Ariel or Sebastian or other creatures from The Little Mermaid, but there will be all