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Moms seek to make autism resources accessible

Michelle King-Best, Angie Tolcser-Nunez and Michelle Hinojosa formed the Central Florida Autism Community together.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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Winter Garden teen charged with murder

Vamari D. Bostic, 13, reportedly shot James Anthony Bacon, 25, at West Crown Point Road and Edgeway Drive.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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Fragas waiting to welcome a baby home

Heather and David Fraga have turned to social media to help them meet a birth mother looking to find an adoptive family for her baby.

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by: Amy Quesinberry
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Volunteers to remove graffiti near Eagles Nest Elementary

Students from the World Mission Society Church of God’s university student volunteer group will be removing graffiti from a wall near Eagle’s Nest Elementary on Wednesday, July 10.

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by: Eric Gutierrez
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Orange teachers to vote on proposed compensation package

More than 14,000 teachers will decide whether to ratify the contract, which would be effective for the 2019-20 school year.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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Oakland amends apartment project

The Town Commission reluctantly voted to approve the first neighborhood of The Avenue at Oakland project, which will add 342 units to the town.

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by: Amy Quesinberry
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Sign variance and traffic slated for Windermere Town Council meeting

Jim O'Brien will also designate July as Windermere Staff Appreciate Month.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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Dr. Phillips High School senior wins scholarship for entrepreneur project

Local high school graduate Ritiga Ravichandran received $1,000 courtesy of the Dr. Phillips Chamber of Commerce for her idea to market an non-organic and non-GMO snack food.

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by: Sarah Cavacini
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Florida DOH to offer free back-to-school shots at West Oaks Mall

Free immunizations will be administered daily from July 22 to Aug. 4 at the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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Photo courtesy of Sprouts Farmers Market

Sprouts Farmers Market coming to Dr. Phillips

The company announced a new location on Turkey Lake Road as part of extensive expansion plans for Florida.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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