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Woman injured on bike ride in Dr. Phillips dies after falling into coma, OCSO says

Emma Ramirez, 44, died Tuesday, July 2, from injures sustained on a bike ride in Dr. Phillips.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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Want to have coffee with the town manager?

Oakland is starting a "Coffee with the Town Manager" event for residents.

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by: Amy Quesinberry
Neighborhood
The new Sand Lake Road/I-4 interchange will feature a modified DDI and looped ramp leading to Turkey Lake Road. Rendering courtesy of FDOT.

FDOT presents Dr. Phillips diverging diamond details

Southwest Orange County residents had the chance to learn more about two Dr. Phillips-area I-4 Beyond the Ultimate projects.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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SPIRIT OF AMERICA: Gary Atwill

Atwill, a Windermere resident, served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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St. Luke's UMC collecting hygiene kits for children in need

The hygiene kits will be distributed to 3,200 children being detained in Homestead, Florida.

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by: Danielle Hendrix
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i9 Sports summer programs in full swing

Spots are still open for the organization's summertime basketball, soccer and flag football camps.

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by: Troy Herring
Sports

Dr. Phillips Charities recognizes Eagle Scout Project of the Year

Nicholas Wallace was chosen for his project that supported Covenant House Florida.

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by: Tim Freed
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SPIRIT OF AMERICA: George Vincent

Windermere resident George Vincent traveled the world while serving in the U.S. Navy.

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by: Tim Freed
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Town Council revisits traffic issues in Windermere

Windermere leaders are hoping to minimize the impact of cut-through traffic in the wake of development and growth.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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SPIRIT OF AMERICA: Kurt Gies

Gies served 25 years in the U.S. Navy. He is now the post commander at the Hugh T. Gregory American Legion Post 63 in Winter Garden.

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by: Hannah Swayze
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