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Orlando City Soccer Club To Pay For New Stadium


Orlando City will pay for its own major league soccer Stadium. With $30 million of State funding in limbo during a special legislative session, the Orlando City Soccer club announced they will pay for the entire project themselves. The move will save the city and county millions of dollars.
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Street Party, Garden Fest, Hats Off and Repticon


There’s a huge street party and music festival called the 9th Annual Hurricane Party happening in lovely downtown Sanford put on by several local watering holes including West End Trading Company, Celery City Craft and Rabbitfoot Records Coffee Lounge. The giant event happens all day Saturday and Sunday. The first ever Fairy Garden Festival is here. Finally, travel to the far reaches of Central Florida… Rockledge, for a kids fairy garden make and take mini garden tutorial, an adult fairy garden workshop, a visit from Tinkerbell and an all-day fairy scavenger hunt. The Fairy Garden Festival goes down Saturday 9 to 6 at Rockledge Gardens. They say never take your hat off in the club if you’re bald, but I …
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Orange County Public Schools has joined other districts in using the social media monitoring software to prevent threats. Photo: Shutterstock.
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OCPS Rolls Out Software to Monitor Student & Staff Social Media


The next time students at Orange County public schools post something on their Facebook page, special software will determine whether they could be a threat. As 90.7’s Renata Sago reports, district officials announced today they’re using software to prevent cyberbullying, suicides, and school shootings.
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