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Topic matches for sports - South Lake Press
TALLAHASSEE (AP) — In a rivalry that is defined by kickers more than any other in college football, former South Lake standout Roberto Aguayo used a miss to fuel his love for Florida State and kicking.
Man who allegedly robbed woman during car test drive is arrested - South Lake Press
MASCOTTE -- A Groveland man accused of misleading a woman into thinking he was going to test drive her car, only to brutally rob her last month, has been arrested. According to Groveland police, they received a tip that the suspect, Juan Fransisco Quintero ...
Nearly 2,500 attend Leader of the Lake Regatta - South Lake Press
The Lake County Rowing Association’s 2nd annual Leader of the Lake Regatta may have drifted by but the buzz about it and the planning for next year’s event is going strong. “I would say this year’s event exceeded our expectations. It was much ...
Leader Of The Lake Regatta - South Lake Press
The Lake County Rowing Association’s 2nd annual Leader of the Lake Regatta may have drifted by but the buzz about it and the planning for next year’s event is going strong. Benee Benardo, right, and teammates from the North Palm Beach club work to ...
Clermont man crushed by conrcete beam - South Lake Press
A 43-year-old Clermont man died Monday after he fell under a dolly hauling a 94-ton concrete beam on Interstate 75 near Naples, South Florida media outlets are reporting. Steven Ronald Emery was extricated and transported to Physician’s Regional Hospital ...
Groveland gets a peek at the progress of Villa City project - South Lake Press
GROVELAND — Changes in the way the state approves large developments delayed the start of the massive Villa City project in Groveland, but the 2,500-acre community is now scheduled to break ground next year. "This plan doesn't just happen overnight ...
Sandy Minkhoff Day proclaimed - South Lake Press
TAVARES -- The Lake County Board of County Commissioners proclaimed Tuesday, Oct. 6, as Sanford A. Minkoff Day, during the last board meeting in which the retiring county attorney served. Minkoff served as the county attorney since Aug. 14, 1995, Elisha ...
Miracle Field for special needs kids gets county approval - South Lake Press
The Lake County Commission unanimously approved construction of Miracle Field, the first of its kind in Lake County and the second in Central Florida for children with special needs. The 4-0 vote, with Commissioner Leslie Campione absent, provides for the ...
Gators grant 8-year-old Sorrento boy's wish — beating Ole Miss like he's beating cancer - South Lake Press
The Florida Gators played for more than themselves in their upset win over Mississippi. They also were playing for Team Jay. It started with a sign last Tuesday. “Dear Gators,” it said, “I'm beating cancer. Please beat Ole Miss.” Holding the sign ...
Alleged car thief has that sinking feeling - South Lake Press
CLERMONT – A 37-year-old Gainesville woman crashed a stolen BMW into a lake, refused to leave the sinking vehicle and later punched a nurse in the eye, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said. Thernisha Lewis was charged with grand theft auto, fleeing or ...
South Lake's Jessy Page has attitude of a champion - South Lake Press
GROVELAND — Jessy Page was confident that she could win a state championship. After all, she had done it before. The South Lake High School senior’s confidence in herself paid off when she won the girls discus championship in last year’s Florida High ...
Topic matches for high school athletics - South Lake Press
(NAPSI)—For many participants, team sports are more than just a game. In fact, a growing body of research supports the idea that physical exercise is associated with decreasing the risk of depression and reducing its symptoms. GROVELAND — Nick Puerto ...
Topic matches for track and field - South Lake Press
(NAPSI)—According to the latest findings from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), cardiovascular disease—an umbrella term that includes heart attacks, stroke, arrhythmia and several other conditions—is the leading cause of death in the United States.
Lake County offers many fall family activities - South Lake Press
Fall has officially arrived in Lake County with the smell of apple cider, the decorating of scarecrows, the opening of several pumpkin patches and arrival of festivals in the area. There are a wide variety of activities designed to be fun for the whole family.
5 Blue Rhino employees sue company for negligence - South Lake Press
TAVARES — Citing dangerous working conditions, five badly injured Blue Rhino employees are suing the company for negligence. Christopher Turner suffered burns to 45 percent of his body; Anderson Leaj, 30 percent; and Allen Kelly, 25 percent, when ...