This Week's Articles-The Orlando Times
New Year Brings Along New Laws To Florida
COMPILED BY JALESSA CASTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
FLORIDA - As the new decade arrives, it is bringing new legislation to the state of Florida. These changes that will being in 2020 can have a big impact on people in the state, with the biggest being the crackdown on texting and driving.
In Florida, texting while driving is now a primary offense. Starting Wednesday, the Florida Highway Patrol will join other law enforcement agencies in writing tickets for the offense...READ MORE!
Goldsboro: An American Story Of Hope, Freedom And Independence
SEMINOLE COUNTY – Black History Month, honoring the history and contributions of African Americans, may conclude with the month of February, however throughout the year Central Florida’s Goldsboro West Side Community Historical Association has a great story to tell, as well as several commemorative sites to share...READ MORE!
Historic Crooms High Grand Reunion “We Are Family, Honoring Our Legacy”
SANFORD – In the beginning of 2007 it was an idea formulated to establish a Grand Reunion of Crooms Academy/High School alumni to celebrate our alma maters history and classes of 1931 thru 1971. This has been done successfully every 3 years under the capable and visionary leadership of Mrs. Katheryn Alexander (class of 1947), Mrs. Sheralyn Brinson (class of 1963), Mr. Wilbur Hawkins (class of 1966) and currently Dr. Barbara Kirby-Bentley (class of 1965)...READ MORE!
Hunger Doesn’t Take A Holiday