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That is the one message writers of contemporary, erotic, historical, inspirational, paranormal, suspense or young-adult romance novels want to communicate when they gather Saturday, Aug. 2, for the Lake County Library System's Reading Romance Expo.
Kaylin Whitney of the U.S. celebrates after running the anchor leg and winning the women's 4X100m relay final during day five of the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
A Villages resident charged with having sex in one of the retirement community's public squares is to appear before a judge Wednesday for having violated her probation for a previous charge.
The 12-Volt Bolt FIRST Robotics Team 1557, a Eustis -based technology team made up of high-school students and assisted by parents, teachers and professionals from Lake County, will have an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 7 at 211 N. Grove St., Eustis.
Renowned for its high-caliber sports teams, Montverde Academy is gearing up for something that doesn't deal with putting a ball in a hoop or net.
Close to 700 families in Lake County affected by autism are registered with the University of Central Florida's Center for Autism and Related Disabilities.
A big change at the top of the Moonlight Players theater group in Clermont. Jan Sheldon, the Moonlight founder and 20-year leader of the group, is retiring.
The Florida Supreme Court has ordered a Leesburg lawyer to stop taking new business and to close his practice by early August, when he'll be disbarred for at least five years.
CATCH THE SERIAL ARSOARSONIST. BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING IS ON A LOT OF TO DO LISTS.
It was late. We were hungry. The water for noodles was about to boil and the roasted vegetables had 15 minutes to go in the oven.
The Kissimmee River, which begins as rain running off Orlando streets and has had nearly $1 billion in environmental repairs along its run to South Florida, is under scrutiny again for how much water it could provide to Central Florida cities while still preserving its rebounding fish and wildlife.
Lake County school Superintendent Susan Moxley speaks during a press conference on Thursday, February 6, 2014, to address the controversy over class-size violations.
Fruitland Park bills itself as "The Friendly City," but an FBI report linking two police officers to the Ku Klux Klan was just the latest scandal to darken that happy image.
On Monday, city commissioners will get their first look at a plan to spruce up the aging 65-acre park that sits along Lake Harris.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:36 pm
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