The Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, housed in the old Ritz theater, is getting a facelift and has announced a full slate of events starting in July and running through June 2021.
Seminole County Tax Collector Joel Greenberg told the Herald Friday that he has tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, but now he has to undergo more testing to determine his true status with the virus.
The Florida Highway Patrol has released more information about two crashes that killed four people, including Sanford resident Amanda Butler (see separate story).
The first accident happened May 17 around 8:45 p.m. on Interstate 4 near Lake Mary.
Amanda Butler of Sanford was the kind of friend who would leave surprises on neighbor’s porches. Often the little gifts were plants or flowers.
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Deputies responded to a home on Ronald Reagan Boulevard in unincorporated Sanford last week after a resident reported that someone had broken into his home.
Sanford resident and veteran Bill Staggs said Monday that he has read all the names on the memorial stones at the city’s Veterans Memorial Park.
“I’m here today to give veterans their due respect,” said Staggs, 79, who is originally from Indiana.
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