By Ken Jackson Staff Writer When it comes to hurricanes, the experience Osceola County had with Charley on Aug. 13, 2004, was bad.
By Charlie Reed Staff Writer St. Cloud has changed a lot since Doug Baxter first arrived in Central Florida in the 1970s.
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer A total of five credit card skimmers have been found at four Osceola County gas stations this year as
By Charlie Reed Staff Writer St. Cloud will hold a public hearing to discuss a controversial fire fee the city is considering adopting.
Kowboys-Apopka game will feature live special teams By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Last but not least, the Osceola Kowboys will conclude the spring football
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Even after being shutout 15-0 by a tough Treasure Coast team in the second half of Friday’s spring football
By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Harmony completed spring practice Thursday with a dominating 34-6 victory at Eau Gallie that has Coach Jerrad Butler feeling
By Peter Covino A&E Editor The Blues Brothers beckon outside and there is sausage, hot dogs and beef inside, all that is missing is
By Larry Griffin For the News-Gazette Summer is looming ahead again. School is out. The heat is up, the swimming pool is inviting and
By Peter Covino A&E Editor The newest hotel in Central Florida also is one of the most unique. The LEGOLAND Hotel had
By Peter Covino A&E Editor It is always nice to see a new film festival starting and the Skyway Film
The Astronaut Hall of Fame is about to expand by four new members. Veteran space shuttle astronauts John Grunsfeld, Steve Lindsey,
By Peter Covino A&E Editor Universal Orlando Resort is celebrating its 25th anniversary year with a series of concerts, now through June 20. On