State Rep. David Smith told the Sanford City Commission Monday night that he learned a long time ago that the answer is always no if you don’t ask.
In the last two weeks, Sanford police have received zero complaints about noise in the Historic Downtown area, according to the new deputy chief of police.
Seminole County held a countywide hurricane preparedness event Monday as part of its effort to get residents ready for hurricane season, which started June 1.
Lake Monroe, Lake Jesup and now Lake Howell in Seminole County have toxic blue green algae that could be harmful to people, according to the Seminole County environmental health program manager.
Hi, my name is Patrice! I am a spayed female, pittie mix. I am a happy, friendly, laid back girl who is 6 years old!
The Glen Foster Show will open the next edition of Showtime in Sanford where 10 contestants compete for $500 cash by performing at the Sanford Women’s Club on Oak Avenue this Thursday starting at 8 p.m.
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