Let's Come Together To Save A Piece Of Winter Park History; Orlando Weekly

A place where artists have cut their teeth and more tea has been spilled than coffee, Austin's Coffee of Winter Park is in danger of being kicked to the curb.

Here's what locals are doing to try and save it.

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Today marks exactly one year since the World Health Organization deemed the coronavirus an official "pandemic".

This as local officials try and get as many shots into arms as possible.

Two new FEMA pop-up sites are targeting hard hit areas in Orange County.

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This isn't something Orlando is particularly proud of.

For the second straight year, the area's roads have proven more deadly to pedestrians than any other city in the U.S.

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