Winter Park closed down Park Avenue this week to attract crowds to shops and restaurants while providing social distancing.
Soon you could see more exotic cars from McLaren Automotive around Central Florida. A developer is planning a dealership for Winter Park but some neighbors have expressed concerns.
Winter Park is holding some socially distant outdoor events to lure people to Park Avenue.
A Central Florida college is studying how tracking wastewater to help control the spread of coronavirus.
A group of residents in Winter Park is trying to change the way representatives are elected to the City Council, moving from at-large representation to single-member districts. Their main concern is gentrification.
Police say an elderly man was dragged out of gas station by his hair and beaten by another patron. Authorities released surveillance video of the incident on Friday.
Winter Park and Orlando have created curbside pick-up zones to help boost businesses at restaurants and shops.
Businesses are fighting to stay alive during the pandemic, so many are changes their models to continue to operate.
Smaller cities are struggling to keep downtown shopping districts vibrant during the coronavirus pandemic.
It was a special birthday for a Winter Park woman who has been in a nursing home and unable to see family.
The Mayflower of Winter Park, a retirement community, told FOX 35 Orlando that Midge Ruff celebrated her 109th birthday on Monday.
Congressman Darren Soto, D-Orlando, held a conference with local businesses about the application process for the Paycheck Protection Program.
Colleges are having to make tough decisions during the coronavirus pandemic. Rollins College, in Winter Park, announced it has had to slash $16 million dollars from its annual budget. Meanwhile, Valencia College, Orange County's community college system, has seen enrollment grow.
Winter Park is shutting down Park Avenue to accommodate more seating for Mother's Day Weekend.
A controversial project to build up N. Orange Avenue in Winter Park is back under review by the City Commission.
Monday marks a huge and important step forward across Florida: for the first time in weeks, you can now go to a restaurant and enjoy a meal, and a local restaurant is getting even more good news.
Small businesses are training employees on how to safely reopen while following guidelines set by officials.
It will not be back to business as usual once the stay-at-home order is lifted in Florida. Many businesses are changing procedures and practices to make sure patrons are as safe as possible .
A nearly $500 billion relief plan has been passed by the Senate to help small businesses. The House is expected to pass the measure on Wednesday.
A utility worker recorded singing for residents at an assisted living center in Winter Park, Florida, has become a viral hit.