Age is nothing but a number for 18-year-old programming entrepreneur and Seminole High School senior Ishraq Kahn.
“The level of experience I have right now compared to any other 18-year-old is probably vastly different,” Kahn said.
The ribbon has been cut and Christian Tech Center Ministries is finally open for business!
Showtime in Sanford returns for a second season this Thursday with a special performance by Sanford’s own Blanco Hndrxx opening the event at 8 p.m. at the Sanford Women’s Club, 309 S. Oak Ave.
The Oviedo Fire Department placed Tower 46 into service Friday morning at the City of Oviedo Fire Station 46 on Friday. This tower is the first aerial apparatus operated by the Oviedo Fire Department since 2006.
May has officially been proclaimed as the City of Sanford Lupus Awareness Month.
At the city commissioners meeting on Monday, May 9, Mayor Art Woodruff dedicated the month of May to lupus awareness and proclaimed May 10 as World Lupus Day in honor of Ondraneika Williams.
An Altamonte Springs woman called police Saturday claiming she had bipolar disorder and does not think before she does things.
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