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  • Orange Lake Resort plans recreation area

    Orange Lake Resort & Country Club in Kissimmee is building a $50 million, 12-acre recreational complex and more villas on its sprawling time-share property in Kissimmee.

  • 10,000th customer gets Clear at OIA

    Clear, the program at Orlando International Airport that uses biometrics to speed pre-registered passengers around long security lines, announced its 10,000th customer Monday.

  • Early buyers put crimp in holiday travel

    Thanksgiving is weeks away, but booking a ticket may be harder and more expensive than last year because travelers concerned about rising fuel prices and canceled flights have beaten procrastinators to the deals.

  • Cypress Gardens owner announces more upgrades

    Behind dark glasses and under sunny skies at an outdoor news conference last week, Cypress Gardens owner Kent Buescher celebrated his first year in business in Central Florida by announcing millions more in improvements and no increases in admission prices.

  • Don't Miss: Holocaust Center Exhibits

    WHAT: Many survivors of the Holocaust have told their stories in narrative fashion via print or film, but new information about their memories is being revealed through the visual arts. Artist Diane Grace Goodman's "Voices to Vision" and "Inheritance" projects -- on...

  • Gardens to go back to the future

    With a Southern belle by his side and a pyramid of water-skiers slicing across Lake Eloise behind him, owner Kent Buescher said Wednesday the future of Cypress Gardens Adventure Park lies in its past.

  • Narnia attraction takes visitors on a journey

    Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando will open a new attraction in December called Journey Into Narnia: Creating The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

  • A peek into Queen Anne elegance

    In the early 1890s the city's first settlement was Simpson Cove, which was in the area where Gilbert Park and the lighthouse are today.

  • Xanadu, 'home of the future' now outdated

    From West U.S. Highway 192, the strange cluster of white domes beckoned to Dean Dyer like a creature from the sea, an alien spaceship or an "evil bad-guy headquarters," he recalled.

  • SeaWorld to launch new whale show

    SeaWorld announced on Wednesday a major overhaul of its signature Shamu killer-whale show and plans for three new rides aimed at children, all part of an ongoing effort to freshen the park's image in a leisure market that is growing more competitive.

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