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  • Lake Minneola High back on top

    Lake Minneola High School was one of just 55 high schools in Florida to improve a letter grade when the Florida Department of Education released its high school grades Thursday.

    • icon posted: December 18
  • County may try to stop community's annexation

    Lake County commissioners will review whether they can amend the county and cities’ interservice boundary agreements to prevent a portion of a neighborhood from being annexed.

    • icon posted: December 17
  • Clermont's historic village to offer glimpse of holidays past

    The Historic Village in Clermont is being readied for “Holidays in the Village,” a four-day celebration intended to highlight what this time of year may have been like in much simpler times.

    • icon posted: December 17
  • Workforce housing approved in Clermont

    In 2013, the founder of New Beginnings — a program that helps homeless residents get back on their feet — received approval from Clermont City Council Members to build 108 condos for seniors.

    • icon posted: December 16
  • Potato chips break alleged burglar's fall

    A 19-year-old Mascotte man was charged with armed burglary after he fell through the ceiling of Groveland bakery — almost hitting the owner — and landed on a rack of potato chips.

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Questions about EMS' priorities

We learned last week that Lake Emergency Medical Services, the county’s ambulance service, submitted a healthy budget request to the Lake County Commission that includes new money for equipment, a 3 percent increase in salaries and funding for a new data analyst and an associate medical director. Comments (0)

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