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Today's News

  • On the open road

    Scoops Ice Cream hosted a car show last week in the Big Lots parking lot on State Road 200. The show is held the second Friday of every month.

  • Zooming with Zestful Zumba

    Kathy Younce, Kathleen Steinman and Marge Vogel, right, participate in one of On Top of the World’s  Zumba Gold classes. About 75 people participated in the class, led by trainer Madelyne Martinez. Madelyne is a ZIN™ member. She is licensed to teach Zumba, Zumba® Toning, Zumba® Kids & Kids Jr. and Zumba® Step.

    Marge is sold on Zumba and On Top of the World: “I love it here. It’s easy to make friends, especially with all the events.”

  • Drink deep

    Store employees began restocking the shelves at Publix on State Road 200 at Canopy Oak Center last Saturday.

  • Interstate crash closes northbound lanes

    A crash Tuesday afternoon involving three tractor-trailer trucks closed northbound lanes on Interstate 75 for about 30 minutes, the Florida Highway Patrol reported

    The crash occurred at the U.S. Highway 27 overpass. Lanes were reopened at 3:05 p.m. 

  • Fill ‘er up

    A gasoline tanker refills the tanks at the station near the Walmart Neighborhood Market on State Road 200.

  • Florida Gas Prices Continue to Drop

    Staff Report
    Florida gas prices declined an average of six cents per gallon last week. Global oversupply concerns and rising tension in the U.S.-China trade war has kept oil prices low, and as a result, downward pressure on prices at the pump.

    Florida drivers are paying an average price of $2.52 per gallon for regular unleaded. The state average is 6 cents per gallon less than a week ago, 16 cents less than last month, and 24 cents less than this time last year.

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  • Don't bug me!

    About 50 children and adults gathered to learn about insects. L.E.A.F. stands for “Learn-Explore-Appreciate-Focus.”

    The next “Fun at the Park” education event at the park is 1 p.m., Oct. 20. Called Fun at the Park, organizers hope to release hundreds of thousands of lady bugs into the park.

  • Summer Gas Prices Hit Lowest in 2 Years

    Staff Report
    Florida gas prices declined an average of six cents per gallon last week. Global oversupply concerns and rising tension in the U.S.-China trade war has kept oil prices low, and as a result, downward pressure on prices at the pump. 

    Florida drivers are paying an average price of $2.52 per gallon for regular unleaded. The state average is 6 cents per gallon less than a week ago, 16 cents less than last month, and 24 cents less than this time last year.

  • Build, Build, Build

    Construction continues on State Road 200.

    Photos by Ron Ratner