Wednesday, Sep 17, 2014

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Sebring man charged with drug offenses

Sebring man charged with drug offenses

SEBRING — A 41-year-old Sebring man was charged with six drug-releated offenses Wednesday night after the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office Crime Suppression Team followed his car and watched a plastic bag fly out the window....
Published: 09/11/14

Places to go

Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out what is happening around the county.
Published: 09/12/14

Temporary road closures for 5K

SEBRING — Sun ’n Lake is hosting the Sparkle & ’Stache Dash 5K Fun Run starting at 8 a.m. Saturday.
Published: 09/12/14
Whitehouse family house designated historic home

Whitehouse family house designated historic home

SEBRING — Just around the corner from the Circle on East Center Avenue is a small yellow house currently being used as the Sebring Friends of the Library’s Used Book Store.
Published: 09/12/14
United Way kicks off 2014 fundraising campaign

United Way kicks off 2014 fundraising campaign

SEBRING — The United Way of Central Florida, Highlands County Division, held its 2014 Campaign Kickoff and Leadership Giving Reception on Sept. 9.
Published: 09/11/14
The high cost of living

The high cost of living

SEBRING — Even if Joanne Gilmore wanted to move back to Buffalo, she can’t afford New York anymore.
Published: 09/12/14

LP approves zoning for child day care

LAKE PLACID — The shortage of child day care options in the Lake Placid area may be alleviated with plans by the Bethel Baptist Church to open a child day care facility next year.
Published: 09/12/14
Highland County residents remember Sept. 11

Highland County residents remember Sept. 11

LAKE PLACID ­— When terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, Michael Noel was supervising a customer service center with 80 employees in Miami.
Published: 09/12/14
Suspects in shootings of deputy marshals plead guilty to drug charges

Suspects in shootings of deputy marshals plead guilty to drug charges

SEBRING — About seven months before a drug raid led to two deputy U.S. marshals being shot, investigators intercepted a telephone conversation involving plans to buy three kilograms of cocaine.
Published: 09/12/14
Volunteers sought for National Public Lands Day

Volunteers sought for National Public Lands Day

SEBRING — Highlands Hammock State Park invites area residents to participate Sept. 27 in National Public Lands Day. Civic, service and environmental organizations, church youth groups, scout troops, 4-H clubs, college and high school students,...
Published: 09/12/14

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