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Sentinel Staff WriterThe First Baptist Church of Union Park and the First Baptist Oviedo are located only 14 minutes apart, but they represent two extremes of a recent study that shows both widespread decline among American churches and instances of astonishing growth and...
Brevard SHIRLEY BOLINDER, 86, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. DIANN M. REAMS, 75, Melbourne, died Wednesday. Brownlie-Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne. Lake GERALD L. BALLENGER SR., 67, Grand Island, died Wednesday....
It's becoming a rite of summer: Every year we ask each other what periodicals we've been reading, and then we ask you. Every year we argue about what makes a good magazine and why we rush to pick up certain titles or swipe them from a neighbor's desk....
Sentinel Staff WriterAt a time when the junior class of Robert Hungerford Preparatory High School should be looking ahead to the senior year, many are looking to save their school. Orange County is considering what's best for the students as it deliberates proposals to...
The CTA is not having any delays out of the usual due to the immigration march during the evening commute, spokeswoman Wanda Taylor said around 6 p.m. "Throughout the day we had personnel monitoring the situation," Taylor said. Meanwhile, a Metra...
As hundreds of activists held small rallies in Cicero and the South Chicago neighborhood Monday to support immigration reform, others picketed the district offices of two congressmen who support stricter enforcement of immigration laws. Hours later,...
Tags: Jesus Christ, Illinois, Roman Catholicism, Pilsen, Laws
Tribune music criticIt's about time. For decades in Chicago, fans of contemporary music had to drive to the suburbs or a neighboring state if they wanted to see an outdoor concert that wasn't for classical music buffs. Despite the occasional attraction at Taste of Chicago,...
It's all about me! Actually, it's not, but here's a little big about me, personally - who I am and what brought me here. I was born in Panama City, Florida but moved to Orlando in 1962. I grew up on the east side of the county in a suburb (term used...
From Staff ReportsWhere can I find food, water and shelter? The American Red Cross has several free "feeding stations" in areas hardest hit by Hurricane Charley. In Orange County, go to University High School, 11550 Lokanotosa Trail; Union Park Middle School, 1844...
Sentinel Staff WriterWhen the sun finally came up on The Morning After, when people peeked out their windows to survey Charley's ruin, the reaction was largely: Where do we start? Check on the neighbors? Clear the driveway? Search for food, gas, coffee? Or just get a...
Tags: Florida, Interstate 4, Vehicles, Emergency Planning, Hurricanes
Sentinel Staff WriterWhen Hurricane Georges hit Puerto Rico in 1998, Claribel Lebron lost power for a month, water for two weeks and had to wait five days for a few food vouchers from the Salvation Army. Lebron figured when she moved to Winter Park in July that she had...
Tags: Florida, Sandwiches, Vehicles, Hurricanes, Christianity
Sentinel Staff WriterAfter Hurricane Charley tore through her neighborhood in Kissimmee, Delores Williams was left with a soggy mess in her utility room. "All my linens -- bedspreads, towels -- everything was damp. I had to get rid of all of that stuff," said Williams, who...
Tags: Hurricanes, Kissimmee, Disasters, Family, American Red Cross
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