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SEBRING — They’ve been to countries that have since ceased to exist, traveled to places that had been behind the Iron Curtain when they visited, eaten caribou and reindeer meat...
SEBRING — Kendall Carson gets paid to be bitten by mosquitoes — sort of.
SEBRING — Judy Spiegel often hears people say they wish they could adopt a dog or a cat but can’t, for whatever reason.
AVON PARK — Boxes of clothing, bedding, mini-fridges and microwave ovens slowly made their way to their destinations Thursday in the north side of Avon Park’s Hotel Jacaranda.<...
SEBRING — Sometimes, parents of teens and tweens don’t know what is on their kids’ minds. Or, they may look at issues that concern their children from their own adult pe...
SEBRING — As we head into fall, Highlands County’s community events calendar will start filling up with crafts and arts festivals, car and bike shows and other special activiti...
SEBRING — When Dean Gerber’s son brought his girlfriend to visit his parents at their Spring Lake home, she got more than she bargained for from the welcome party.
SEBRING — Local high school marching band fans can make some noise.
SEBRING — Michelle Crutchfield and her two grandsons, Tyler and Ashton Crutchfield, spent Thursday afternoon at the Children’s Museum of the Highlands, navigating a stationary ...
WAUCHULA — It may take Nancy Geffner two-and-a-half hours to get from her Oviedo home to Wauchula to volunteer at an ape sanctuary, but the drive does not matter.
SEBRING — This week, Jeanne Fortier, owner of Home&Office Essentials, is setting up her back-to-school supply section.
SEBRING — Clearing up and hauling away things with no air-conditioning, in the middle of the Florida summer, can be a hot and messy job, but Moise Satine, 16, didn’t mind.
SEBRING — Kimberly Pepper Bartnick and her mother, Beth Pepper, were there Tuesday at Sebring’s Books-A-Million on a specific mission.
SEBRING — On Sunday mornings, the cavernous sanctuary of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Sun ‘n Lake fills with the swelling music of LaRue Gilbert’s organ playing.
SEBRING — As the sun beats down Wednesday noon, Phyllis Summers and her grandchildren soak up the rays on picturesque City Pier Beach.
TALLAHASSEE — Floridians can now get several new vaccines at the pharmacy instead of going to the doctor’s office under a new law that took effect July 1.
SEBRING — Laura Pearson waited until she was 19 before getting her first driver’s license.
SEBRING — For some combat veterans afflicted with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, the Fourth of July fireworks are hardly a time to celebrate.
SEBRING — As July Fourth rolls around, an interesting trivia about where most U.S. flags are manufactured may cause Americans to raise their eyebrows.