The city of St. Cloud has awarded $38,000 to local small businesses and nonprofits through its COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Stimulus Program. With more than $200,000 remaining, local businesses are strongly urged to apply. Applications will be accepted until the funding is depleted. The $250,…
Celebrating three years since CFAR relocated from Brevard to Osceola County, CFAR is celebrating with a Brick & Beyond programby providing guests the opportunity to engrave memories in stone to preserve a person, place, or object to help us develop brick walkways as you tour CFAR. The Brick…
Beginning Monday, Aug. 24, Osceola School District's School Nutrition Services Department will provide meals for digital learning students (Option No. 2) as part of a Curbside Meals Program.  Details of the program are as follows: • Breakfast and lunch meals will be available daily for parents or…
Toho Water Authority is announcing that shifting lanes closures on Neptune Road going westbound will start Thursday at approximately 9 a.m. The lane closures will be between Idora Boulevard and Westchester Drive. The lane closures are necessary to conduct an assessment for an upcoming sewer…
The court case for three family members linked to the murder of a St. Cloud mother has been postponed to September.   The Nicole Montalvo murder case had been scheduled to begin Aug. 24, but has been moved to Sept. 29, according to the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court records.   Christopher Otero-…
More than a third of the 70,000 mail-in ballots sent out to Osceola County voters had been returned by Tuesday, according to the local elections office. “More people have requested mail-in ballots this year by far,” said Supervisor of Elections Mary Jane Arrington. During the last election in…
To the editor, The death of George Floyd in May was horrible and sparked widespread protests along with the “Black Lives Matter” movement. Our major league sports have embraced the movement. NBA players have chosen to remove their names from the backs of their uniforms to be replaced with…
Wild Florida is the only attraction in the world with a successful albino alligator breeding program, according to a theme park press release.  In June, they announced a batch of 26 albino alligator eggs. After 81 days of patiently waiting and watching, Wild Florida is now the first attraction in…
Three people were arrested in the attempted murder of a man in Osceola County on Aug. 2. According to an Osceola County Sheriff’s Office report, Christian Colon was charged with attempted murder. Lachaunda Woods was charged with carrying a concealed firearm, tampering with evidence and accessory…
 The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office arrested 33 people and seized 16 guns in a saturation patrol over the weekend designed to stop unruly house parties. The patrol executed by the Sheriff’s Office’ Intelligence and Tourist Policing Units on Friday and Saturday targeted the west corridor of the…
The Osceola County Welcome Center & History Museum is hosting a new pop-up exhibit from the national archives called Rightfully Hers.  The exhibit is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Rightfully Hers contains simple messages exploring the history of…
Beginning Monday, Aug. 24, Osceola School District's School Nutrition Services Department will…
Toho Water Authority is announcing that shifting lanes closures on Neptune Road going westbound…
The court case for three family members linked to the murder of a St. Cloud mother has been…
The city of St. Cloud has awarded $38,000 to local small businesses and nonprofits through its COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Stimulus Program.
Three people were arrested in the attempted murder of a man in Osceola County on Aug. 2. According to an Osceola County Sheriff’s Office report, Christian…
For the 11th consecutive year, the Osceola County’s general fund millage rate will not increase under the county manager’s recommended budget recently…
Osceola County residents will soon have a new recreational space for residents along Kings Highway after commissioners agreed to purchase nearly 175 acres of…
The Osceola School District has joined other Central Florida school districts in the goal of providing opportunities for student-athletes during the COVID-19…
When it comes to high school football, things are back.  Just not back to normal. On June 15, Osceola County permitted students to return to campus for…
The Orlando Curling Club (OCC) has relocated to The Ice Factory of Central Florida in Kissimmee.  Since its inception in 2014, the club has held the majority…
Celebrating three years since CFAR relocated from Brevard to Osceola County, CFAR is celebrating with a Brick & Beyond programby providing guests the…
The Osceola County Welcome Center & History Museum is hosting a new pop-up exhibit from the national archives called Rightfully Hers.  The exhibit is…
By Johanna Gómez: I have recently been asked how to manage money during a crisis like COVID-19 when income can be restricted. During a financial crisis, you…