Your daily news update from the Orlando Sentinel and Central Florida’s largest newsroom.
Orlando Sentinel, March 3, 2021
Your local news update from the Orlando Sentinel for Wednesday, March 3rd includes Seminole County School Board names the first woman and the first Black person as their next superintendent, Hyatt Hotels criticizes CPAC over stage design resembling Nazi symbol, and Disney CEO said the company’s taking advantage of the pandemic to make changes at its theme parks.
Orlando Sentinel, March 2, 2021
Your local news update from the Orlando Sentinel for Tuesday, March 2nd includes Governor Ron DeSantis allowing COVID-19 vaccines for teachers, police and firefighters age 50 and older, Orange County Clerk of Courts failed to adequately monitor guardianship cases before Rebecca Fierle scandal, and Publix sales soar to $44.9 billion in 2020 driven by the pandemic.
Orlando Sentinel, March 1, 2021
Your local news update from the Orlando Sentinel for Monday, March 1st includes Governor Ron DeSantis expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to high-risk people under 65 at pharmacies like Walmart and Publix, Donald Trump hints at running for president again in 2024 as a Republican during his CPAC Orlando speech on Sunday, and former Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett—who led city during Trayvon Martin case—died on Saturday.
Orlando Sentinel, February 26, 2021
Your local news update from the Orlando Sentinel for Friday, February 26th includes three Orange County deputies suspended for botched handcuff arrest, McLaren gets Winter Park’s approval for auto dealership and Winter Park to improve connectivity with fiber optic network for city buildings.
Orlando Sentinel, February 25, 2021
Your local news update from the Sentinel for Thursday, February 25th includes info on when the new White Castle ghost kitchen will begin delivery again, the latest on Florida’s COVID-19 vaccine supply and find out which 8 Florida beaches made the latest top 25 list.
Orlando Sentinel, February 24, 2021
Your local news update from the Orlando Sentinel for Wednesday, February 24th includes Lake Mary football assistant Adam Donnelly struggling with coronavirus complications, Governor Ron DeSantis declaring police and teachers 50 and older could soon get COVID-19 vaccine in Florida, and Tiger Woods injured in rollover crash in Los Angeles.
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