Osceola continues its efforts to fight the COVID-19 pandemic on two fronts on Monday – taking applications for another round of housing assistance and opening a new testing site at Osceola Heritage
A Kissimmee woman was arrested on Monday after state officials said she stole more than $160,000 from her employer.
By Brian McBride
As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, Florida Department of Health officials said it was important to celebrate safely and follow Centers for Disease Control guidelines to prevent the spr
OUC – The Reliable One is adding 108.5 megawatts of green energy to its generation portfolio as two new solar farms begin operations.