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  • News Update for 4/12/24

    While improvements are continuing at the Kenelworth Lodge in Sebring, according to reports in the Tampa Bay Business Journal, Mark & Madge Stewart, longtime owners of the hotel are suing their business partners. The Sebring couple reportedly is requesting a dissolution all net proceeds of the sale of the property. It’s a complicated affair, dating Continue reading

  • News Update for 4/11/24

    Hold on to your hat! Highlands County officials are warning residents that some blustry weather may be moving through the area today. Wind and thunderstorms are expected later this afternoon with a "marginal risk" of severe weather. They warn unsecured objects outside may get blown about a bit. The long arm of the Highlands County Continue reading

  • News Update 4/10/24

    Once again the idea of "intentionally" instructing local students in sexual orientation and sexual identity has caused Highlands County School Board members to pull a list of proposed policies and take them back for further discussion. Policies that had been up for consideration were pulled after board members Reece Martin and Nichole Radonski joined members Continue reading

  • News Update for 4/9/24

    First it was the Circle Theatre, now, it appears the Champion For Children’s Foundation may be dealing off another property on the Historic Circle in downtown Sebring. Apparently, they are in negotiations with Jim and Coleen Polatty to sell off the Garden of Joy, adjacent to the theater. The hope is to create a garden Continue reading

  • News Update for 4/8/24

    Avon Park city council will meet for their first session of the month this evening. Among other things, the council will go over the lease for the Avon Park Senior Activities Center, and get a five month update of revenues and expenditures by the city from finance director Melanie Sauerhafer. In other action, city attorney Continue reading