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The Fisher House starts construction at the Orlando VA Medical Center this month.
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Judge to weigh in on Orlando VA cost overruns


When the Orlando VA Medical Center in Lake Nona is finally completed in January, it will not only be later than expected, it will be more expensive – nearly $49 million more by one count. A federal agency will decide who has to pay for the cost overrun for the hospital and clinic: taxpayers, or the contractor hired to build it.
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View from the center of the 8,000+ strong crowd at “The Trayvon Martin March and Rally for Justice” in downtown Sanford, March 26th 2012. Photo by Nicole Creston
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Sanford Community Leader Reflects on Ferguson


Sanford community leader and Goldsboro Historical Museum curator Frances Oliver reflects on protests in Ferguson, Missouri, and their differences from and similarities to the massive demonstrations in Sanford two years ago, after the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
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The Queen of Kettle Corn. Photo- Abe Aboraya/WMFE
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Retailers gear up for Small Business Saturday


There are only four weekends until Christmas- including Black Friday weekend, when 140 million Americans are expected to hit the stores in search of a good deal.The Florida Retail Federation is forecasting a 5 percent increase in sales this holiday season over last year.
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Orion poised to move to the launch pad. Photo courtesy of NASA.
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Final preparations for first Orion test flight


Final preparations are underway in Florida and on the West Coast for next week’s first unmanned test mission of NASA’s new deep space capsule Orion. Orion is scheduled to launch Thursday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on a four-and-a-half-hour mission. It’ll orbit the Earth twice, splashing down in the Pacific Ocean.
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