Cherrylake has been named the 9th fastest growing landscape construction and maintenance company in the United States by Landscape Management Magazine. In addition to this achievement, Cherrylake was also named the 127th Largest Landscape Contractor and 16th Largest Irrigation...
Each year, the South Lake Chamber of Commerce (SLCC) holds a 12-week Wellness Challenge; a competition to see who can lose the most weight and pursue a healthier lifestyle overall. On Friday, June 21, Cyndi Staudt, Community Wellness Coordinator at the...
The Lake County Library System forgave $2,633.92 in overdue library fines in exchange for 2,446 food and hygiene items during its annual Food for Fines drive. Food for Fines, held May 19 - June 1 of this year, has become...
Tim Kelley, Senior Pastor of Grace Connection Church located in Saint Petersburg, addressed members of the Kiwanis Club of Clermont.  He reflected on and shared with them the day his 20-year-old daughter was accidentally shot in the church and...
Jim Johnson, The Village Goldsmith, has dedicated a quarter of a century, and over a third of his lifetime, to the dream of providing South Lake County with the very best one-of-a-kind jewelry and goldsmith establishment. Twenty-five years ago, on June...
The Lake County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Office is leading the effort to ensure that if a disaster strikes, some of its critical services, such as finance and court operations, continue to function by performing its...
Atlantic hurricane season officially starts on June 1, and the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) encourages all residents and visitors to prepare for severe weather emergencies now. Determine any risks to your home, property or business, and update your...
While the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service is predicting a nearly normal hurricane season for 2019, emergency officials are reminding residents to be vigilant. Experts predict a 40% chance of a nearly normal hurricane season, with a...
Lake County Fire Rescue Chief Jim Dickerson adopted a 4-year-old Schnauzer from the Lake County Animal Shelter. His new furry friend affectionately named “Chief,” is described as laid-back, sweet and reserve.
Local author Kimberly Patton has recently had a story she wrote included in the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: Mom Knows Best:101 Stories of Love, Gratitude & Wisdom. She is also the author of her memoir, A Cub Among...
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