DeBary hires manager to attract SunRail development then later went to work as a development project manager and vice president of site development for IPI of Central Florida, the developer of the Riviera Bella community west of the SunRail station in DeBary. “This is a new concept for Central Florida,” ... 04/22/2015 - 5:58 pm | View Link
Winter Springs coach starts walk to Tallahassee Winter Springs coach starts ... track at Winter Springs. The journey also will allow Clark to reconnect with his late grandfather, James Isaiah Bradwell, who walked from Quincy — north of Tallahassee — to Central Florida in 1917 in search of work. 11/21/2014 - 9:35 am | View Link
Florida's SunRail begins service "Projects like central Florida's new SunRail commuter system not only create jobs as they're built, but help connect millions of area residents with better opportunities through improved access to work and school ... through its New Starts Grant Program. 04/30/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Link
SunRail Phase 2 design gaining steam This weekend, the public got to take its first steps on a SunRail train — a taste of what’s still coming down the track ... approval, work is underway behind the scenes in preparation for its 2016 debut. When the train starts running next spring ... 11/4/2013 - 3:14 am | View Link
Bombardier wins Florida SunRail contract Bombardier’s scope of work for the SunRail commuter rail service will include operations, dispatching, fleet maintenance, track maintenance ... this very important expansion of public transit in Central Florida, which will increase people’s mobility ... 04/15/2013 - 9:00 pm | View Link
The Uintah County Attorneyâs Office and state investigators will review a fatal shooting over the weekend involving a police officer in the eastern Utah town of Roosevelt.
In a joint statement Monday, the Duchesne County Sheriffâs Office and Roosevelt City Police Department confirmed that deputies and Roosevelt police officers were dispatched about 12:30 p.m.
John and Sharon Lamont have a two-person Western music band named Rydinâ High, and since 1990 they have sported a vanity license plate, âRydn Hi,â to promote the duo.
They had that plate in Utah in the 1990s, then moved to California, where they got the same vanity plate.
Recently, the couple moved back to the Beehive State and applied again for the âRydn Hiâ vanity plate.
They were denied by the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles on grounds that âRydn Hiâ refers to drug use.
Their band, they say
Boxes no longer block the aisles at some Utah state liquor stores, and there often are empty racks where bottles of chardonnay, merlot and sherry once perched.
While some days it may look as if thereâs been a run on high-end wines and spirits, the reduced inventory is the result of a controversial new ordering system implemented by the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC).
DABC leaders tout the system as more efficient and cost effective, while employees argue it is flawed, and m
Scores of New York Police Department officers are being sent to a new $750 million police academy for a refresher course aimed at discouraging verbal abuse and needless physical force. The Associated Press got an exclusive look at the course. (May 4)
Can someone who has never run for elected office become the Republican Party's 2016 presidential nominee? What you need to know about Ben Carson, who is announcing his presidential bid today in Detroit.