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Police Accepting Unused

SAINT CLOUD- On Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the St. Cloud Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will accept potentially dangerous expired, unused, and

Blues, Boats, Bikes &

SAINT CLOUD- This Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. the lakefront will be bustling with Blues, Boats, Bikes & Barbecue.  The event, hosted for the 13th consecutive year by St. Cloud

City to Hold Third

SAINT CLOUD- The city will hold its third Backyard Poultry Basics class for residents seeking to obtain temporary Backyard Chicken-keeping Permits May 2, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud

City To Host Free

SAINT CLOUD- The City continues its economic development efforts by hosting a free Economic Development Summit April 12, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Marina Building, 1104 Lakeshore Drive, in the

City Invites Downtown

SAINT CLOUD- City officials are inviting Downtown St. Cloud stakeholders and business owners to a downtown revitalization information session April 5, 8:30 a.m., in City Hall Council Chambers,

Police Issue Silver

***UPDATE: Donald Sullivan has been located.*** SAINT CLOUD- Police are looking for a missing endangered adult who suffers from various mental/medical illnesses and has not been seen since leaving

St. Cloud Main Street

SAINT CLOUD- In celebration of the designated city flower, the Minerva Amaryllis, St. Cloud Main Street hosted its first annual Baby Amaryllis Pageant along with coloring and poster contests March 17

Parks & Rec to Host

SAINT CLOUD- Spring is in the air and so are fishing poles.  The Parks and Recreation Department will host a Youth Fishing Tournament April 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Borrow Pit Pond across

Historical Society Seeks

The Osceola County Historical Society is seeking volunteer models for its 2017 marketing campaign, and will hold a photoshoot March 26, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Osceola County Welcome Center and

County Announces Free

SAINT CLOUD- For Osceola residents with old tires and unwanted household chemicals, the Bass Road Recycle Site, located at 750 S. Bass Road in Kissimmee (407) 742-7750, is providing free disposal

Lakefront Renovations to

SAINT CLOUD- A three-phase Lakefront Park Landscape and Irrigation Renovations Project will begin on April 3. “We will have our qualified and licensed landscape and irrigation contractor

Drainage Improvements

SAINT CLOUD- Florida Department of Transportation drainage improvements on Old Canoe Creek Road and US 192 are scheduled to begin March 20.  Old Canoe Creek Road will be closed to motorists south of

City Council Approves

SAINT CLOUD- The City Council adopted a resolution  during a regular meeting March 9 that authorizes two citywide garage sales in 2017. The dates are: · April 14, 15 and 16 · Nov. 10, 11 and

Renowned Irish Polk

SAINT CLOUD- Ireland's ballad and polk sensation, The Dublin City Ramblers, will be performing March 14 at the St. Cloud Community Center, located at 3101 17th Street. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Parks & Rec Offering

              SAINT CLOUD- The Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Counselor-In-Training program for young people ages 15 years and

Fire Marshal: Change

SAINT CLOUD- Daylight saving time begins March 12 and ends Nov. 5. Clocks are moved ahead one hour in the spring and moved back one hour in the fall (“Spring Forward, Fall Back”). The Change

City to Host Free

SAINT CLOUD-The Building Department will offer a free workshop to local contractors March 8, 3-5 p.m., in the Marina Banquet Hall, located at 1104 Lakeshore Blvd., to offer information on

Local Artists Wanted For

CALLING ALL CENTRAL FLORIDA ARTISTS! (Deadline: Monday, Feb. 27) Art Is Moving is a project to showcase regional artists onboard a SunRail passenger coach with art rotating approximately every 6

Building Dept. Customer

SAINT CLOUD- The city's Building Department will be short-staffed at Customer Service February 27-28 due to employee training. All hands will  be on deck March 1. *Subscribe for FREE to receive

Parks & Rec Now Offering

SAINT CLOUD – Online registration is now available for some of the city's Parks and Recreation activities and programs including rentals, camps, classes and facility reservations. *Subscribe for

Fire Dept. to Conduct

SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Fire Rescue department will be conducting two public live-burn demonstrations to show that working smoke alarms and sprinklers save lives and how rapidly fire

Sheriff’s Office

SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, located at 2601 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, is offering a self-defense awareness program for women February 15 at 6

St. Cloud Hospital to

SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud Regional Medical Center will host a free job fair on February 23 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to fill current open clinical positions. *Subscribe for FREE to receive the

City-Sponsored Water

SAINT CLOUD- The Public Services Department is sponsoring a water conservation poster contest now through March 10. Public Services has participated in the Florida Section of the American

City Council to Hold

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City Council will hold a hearing February 9 to receive public comments about a proposed seaplane base on East Lake Tohopekaliga. The hearing will take

Partin Settlement Road

SAINT CLOUD- Partin Settlement Road will be closed for construction at the west intersection of US Hwy. 192 (E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway) February 6-19. The Florida Department of

St. Cloud Library to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Like cracking the cover of a new book, the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial library, located at 810 13th Street, will host its Grand Reopening February 4, at 10

Pipe Work Closes Road,

SAINT CLOUD- Commerce Center Drive (Sergeant Graham Drive) is closed through Jan. 27 for the installation of drainage pipes. Traffic is being detoured through Old Canoe Creek Road and Neptune

St. Cloud Utilities to

SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud Utilities (SCU) will be closed Feb. 9, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., for employee training. This closure includes the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-In Center located at City Hall, Bldg.

St. Cloud Wheel

SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Wheel Park playground at the Extreme Sports Complex, located at 2401 Peghorn Way, will be closed for resurfacing January 23-30. *Subscribe for FREE to receive the

City to Offer

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City residents can keep backyard chickens, but must attend a chicken-keeping class in order to obtain a chicken-keeping permit. The city is offering its

Sheriff's Office Offers

SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola County Sheriff's Office, 2601 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, is offering a self-defense awareness program for women January 24 at 6 p.m. The two-hour

City Offices Closed On

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The city's administrative offices and the St. Cloud Utility Customer Walk-In Center in City Hall will be closed January 16 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther

Memorial Service for

SAINT CLOUD- A Celebration of the Life of Grover "Buddy" Butler, Principal of Harmony High School, will be held on Wednesday, January 11, in the school's auditorium, 3601 Arthur J Gallagher

Lakefront Playground &

Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Starting Monday, January 9, the Lakefront Park playground and splash pad area, located at 1104 Lakeshore Boulevard, will be closed until January 20 for

Library to Reopen at End

SAINT CLOUD- After months of renovations, the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library is scheduled to reopen at the end of January. Visitors to the branch, located at 810 13th Street, will

Repaving Projects

The following roads are tentatively scheduled for resurfacing from Wednesday, January 4th through Friday, January 13th from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily: Tyson Road, from Jack Brack north to end of

City Seeks Volunteers

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Residents interested in volunteering to serve on a council advisory board or committee have until January 27 to turn in applications to the City

Hospital Kicks Off New

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- New Year's resolutions often center around improving health and lifestyles. The St. Cloud Regional Medical Center is offering assistance by providing its

Crowds Expected Downtown

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- During Saturday night's block-party style New Year's Eve celebration, Rockin' the Cloud, security measures  will be in place downtown.  Concrete Barriers

City Ready to Rock In

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The city is ready to roll out its New Year's Eve block-party style event, Rockin' the Cloud. Sponsors of the downtown celebration, scheduled to run from 6

City to Offer Tree SWAP

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Parks and Recreation staff, along with the Tree Advisory Committee, is offering somewhat of a gift exchange of their own. Residents are

Downtown Preparations

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Staff from the city and St. Cloud Main Street, Inc. are wrapping up preparations for the December 31 inaugural debut of Rockin' the Cloud, a New Year's Eve

Sheriff's Office Offers

SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola County Sheriff's Office, 2601 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, Kissimmee, is offering a self-defense awareness program for women December 14 at 6 p.m. The two-hour

City Offices to Close

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City offices, including the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-In Center, will close from noon to 2 p.m. December 16 for a municipal employees'

Free Disposal Day For

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For Osceola residents with old tires and unwanted household chemicals, the time for giving is now.  The Bass Road Recycle Site, located at 750 S. Bass Road

Christmas Parade Winners

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The results are in and will not require a re-count. The winners of the 2016 St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce 53rd Annual Christmas Parade are as

Downtown to Host New

 by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City is teaming with St. Cloud Main Street and the St. Cloud Citizen's Foundation to host the first "Rocking the Cloud" New Year's Eve

Council on Aging to Host

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola Council on Aging, located at 700 Generation Point in Kissimmee, with the help of staff and volunteers, will be serving over 400 seniors and

City Kicks Off 'Cool It-

SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud Public Services staff has kicked off the 'Cool It - Can It - Trash It' FOG Prevention holiday campaign. Staff initiated the campaign in an effort to

Newly Elected Council

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Newly elected city council members will be sworn in during a special city council meeting November 17 at noon in City Hall Council Chambers, 1300

Solid Waste Division

SAINT CLOUD- City of St. Cloud Solid Waste Division has released the holiday collection schedule for November, December and January. Thursday and Friday collections that fall on a holiday

City Offices Closed For

SAINT CLOUD- City administrative offices will be closed Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day. This closure includes the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-In Center in City Hall, Bldg. A,

Veterans Salute to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud Main Street is hosting a steak dinner and Soldier City's Veterans Salute November 11 at the Marina Building, located at 1104 Lakeshore Boulevard.

City to Host 25th Annual

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Parks and Recreation Department will host the 25th Annual Community Thanksgiving Celebration November 19, from noon to 2 p.m., at the St Cloud

Early Voting Starts Today

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Calling all early birds~ voters in Osceola County can start casting ballots today.  Early voting for the General Election runs through November 6th. Polling

Sheriff's Office

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola County Sheriff's Office wants your unused drugs. As part of a larger, state effort, OCSO is participating in Operation Pill Drop through

Florida Voter

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For Florida residents who have waited until the 11th hour to register to vote, a federal judge today extended the deadline another week to October

City's Emergency

SAINT CLOUD- City of St. Cloud officials deactivated the municipality’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Oct. 7 at 1 p.m. The EOC was partially activated Oct. 5 at 8 a.m. and fully

OUC Responding to Power

SAINT CLOUD – OUC crews are now mobilized and will begin actively responding to power outages within the next hour in Orange and Osceola Counties. Customers should report outages to (407)

Osceola County Reports

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a morning joint press conference with the cities of St. Cloud and Kissimmee, Osceola County officials provided updates about the overnight and early

Osceola County to Hold

Osceola County, Florida -- Osceola County officials will hold a press briefing today (Friday) promptly at 11 a.m. to discuss Hurricane Matthews. The press briefing will be held at the Osceola County

City Offers

ST. CLOUD- City of St. Cloud officials will continue monitoring Hurricane Matthew overnight Oct. 6 into Oct. 7. Residents should remain indoors starting Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. and into the daylight hours

Osceola County Announces

Osceola County, Florida – Osceola County declared a mandatory evacuation for residents in mobile and manufactured homes, RV parks, campers and campsites this afternoon. People should

City Officials Urge

City of St. Cloud officials are asking residents to remain indoors late Oct. 6 through at least early Oct. 8. A curfew has not been issued at this time, but pedestrians and motorists are

OUC Outlines Plans For

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a memo released Thursday afternoon, the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) outlined plans to ensure continued costumer service in the wake of potential

City Elevates Emergency

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The city's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is at level 2 and will be increased to level 1 tonight (October 6th). City offices are closed through Oct.

Osceola Shelters to Open

Osceola County, Florida -- In preparation for severe weather conditions, Osceola County officials today declared a state of local emergency. Subsequently, the Executive Policy Group (a

City Preparations

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- As of this afternoon city offices and departments were still open and operating as usual. Staff continues to monitor the progress of Hurricane Matthew and

Osceola Public Schools

All Osceola district public schools will be closed on Thursday and Friday, October 6 and 7, due to Hurricane Matthew. All school activities, events, and programs scheduled for Thursday and Friday are

City Emergency

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City officials partially activated the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) this morning in preparation for Hurricane Matthew.  A hurricane watch has been

City Council Declares

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud City Council held a special meeting late this afternoon and declared a state of emergency within the city limits in preparation for possible

Sandbags Available in

Sand Bags Available in Osceola County Osceola County, Florida — In anticipation of the forecast for Hurricane Matthew, Osceola County residents will be provided materials to fill and make sand

St. Cloud to Host 13

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St.  Cloud will host the International Shuffleboard Association's 35th World Championship October 25th - 28th.  Thirteen countries will be represented

New Toilets Flush Out

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- While funds last, St. Cloud residents can qualify for a $145 credit on their next utility bill by replacing an existing high-flow toilet with a WaterSense

Part of 10th Street

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Detours ahead! Tenth Street, from Kentucky Avenue to New York Ave. is closed to through traffic until the end of November for the installation of a

Celebrity Chef to Judge

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Celebrity chef winner Emanuel "Manny" Washington Jr, also known as "Chef Manny FD" will be in The Cloud next month to judge local cooks.  Washington, 29,

Police to Host

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The St. Cloud Police Department is at it again- putting on a charity event to help the local community. All proceeds from the family-fun event will go

City Will Host Intro to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City Manager Joe Helfenberger has scheduled a government workshop that will provide an in-depth look into how the City operates September 26, from 6-9 p.m.

County to Spray for

In response to excessive rainfall, Osceola County Mosquito Control plans to begin aerial spraying of approximately 20,000 acres Tuesday, September 13 between the hours of 8 p.m. and midnight for the

Urban Agriculture

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The city's Urban Agriculture Program is offering new classes at PegHorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 PegHorn Way, and will kick off its second St. Cloud

Fire Department to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- As the first Pink Heals Chapter in Osceola County, St. Cloud Fire Rescue will hold a Reveal/Dedication of the city's first Pink Heals fire truck Saturday,

Council Swearing-In

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud City Council Member-elect Linette Matheny, who was elected to Seat number Two during the municipal primary election August 30, will be

Sand Bags Available Today

In a joint statement, the City of St. Cloud and Osceola County announced the limited availability of sand bags: In anticipation of forecast heavy rains from Tropical Depression No. 9,

PegHorn Park to Host

***Masquerade in the Park has been postponed until further notice.*** SAINT CLOUD- For those looking for a little nighttime magic, or at least dancing under the stars, the St. Cloud Citizens

Grief Recovery Classes

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Grief Recovery, an outreach program designed to help people move beyond the pain of loss, will hold a three-day course at the Family Acupuncture and Wellness

City Offices Closed on

SAINT CLOUD- City offices will be closed Sept. 5 for the Labor Day holiday. This includes the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-In Center in City Hall, Bldg. A, first level. *Click here to sign

Weight Restrictions

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Starting today weight restrictions will apply for residential sections of Nolte Road. *Click here to sign up for the FREE Morning Report & Breaking

Early Primary Voting

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Registered voters can now cast their ballots early for Osceola County's Primary Elections. *Click here to sign up for the FREE Morning Report &

Lakefront Canal To Be

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Operation Lakefront Canal Restoration will begin August 15 in an effort to restore the health of the canal by removing aquatic vegetation and sand. The

Transfer Station's Hours

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- At the beginning of October the St. Cloud Transfer Station, 2705 PegHorn Way, will shorten weekday hours of operation by an hour. *Click here to sign up

St. Cloud Firefighters

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a safety awareness push to remind motorists that the new school year starts for Osceola County public schools Wednesday, August 10,  St. Cloud Fire

Florida Sales Tax

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The 2016 Florida Sales Tax Holiday has been drastically shortened this year from ten days to three.  Starting Friday, August 5 and running through Sunday,

LakeFront Beach Area to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Lakefront beach area on East Lake Tohopekaliga will be closed June 27 - 28 so that  Parks and Recreation staff can apply herbicide to the swimming area

City Offices Closed on

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud's administrative offices, including the utilities walk-in center in City Hall, Building A, first level, will be closed July 4 for the Independence

US 192 Overnight Lane

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Tonight (June 20) and tomorrow night (June 21) between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., eastbound lanes on US 192 from Narcoossee Road to Nova Road will be

Some City Department

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- St. Cloud's Building and Planning & Zoning  office hours will change June 27.  Hours of operations currently are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  New hours will

City Urges Residents to

SAINT CLOUD- On behalf of  St. Cloud, City Manager Joe Helfenberger released a statement in support of “Osceola Cares:" *Click here to sign up for the FREE Morning Report & Breaking News

St. Cloud to Hold Vigil

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In response to Sunday morning's mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in downtown Orlando, St. Cloud will host a vigil Tuesday, June 14 at 8 p.m. in front of

St. Cloud Welcomes

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Once again St. Cloud will attempt to make the record books.  For the sixth year the city's Parks and Recreation's aquatics staff will welcome the public-

Nature Made Products

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Due to possible salmonella or staph aureus toxin contamination, Pharmavite LLC has issued a recall for several Nature Made products according to the Food and

Lakefront Beach to Close

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Summer has arrived and so has flip flops on the white sands of what the community calls the St. Cloud Beach, or more officially, The St. Cloud lakefront

Hurricane Season Starts

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Today marks the first day of hurricane season which runs through November 30. Although it has been over ten years since the last hurricane (Wilma) made

City Observes Memorial

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City offices in St. Cloud, including the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-in Center in City Hall, will be closed for Memorial Day Monday, May 30. *Click

Click It or Ticket

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Whether tooling around the streets of St. Cloud or buzzing down the interstate, drivers are urged to buckle up. *Click here to sign up for the FREE

High School Graduation

Osceola County Graduation Dates 2016 Caps in the air on the following dates: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 (Osceola County School for the Arts Auditorium) OCSA:  6:00 PM *Click

City Council Election

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD-  Potential candidates for the offices of City Council Seat #1 (mayor), Seat #2 (council member) or Seat #3 (council member) in the November General

'Coffee & Conversation'

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD-  May's "Coffee and Conversation with the Mayor" event will feature a free, public Health and Wellness mini-fair Friday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at

Publix Recalls Nut &

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- As a precaution against a possible Listeria contamination, Publix is recalling its brand of Cranberry Nut and Seed mix. *Click here to sign up for the

Next Year's Proposed

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The proposed bell schedule for the 2016-2017 school year in Osceola County will be discussed again at the May 17th Osceola County School Board meeting and

Sheriff's Office Offers

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Osceola County  Sheriff Bob Hansell thinks every kid should play even if they can't pay.  And to that end the Osceola County Sheriff's Office is offering

City Council Announces

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud is accepting Community Agency Grant applications starting today, May 1, through  5 p.m., September 1, 2016. This grant program

Lakefront Splash Pad

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- All the little children can rejoice; the lakefront splash pad has reopened after being closed for repairs. *Click here to sign up for the FREE Morning

Day Dedicated for Drug

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- On Saturday, April 30, officers from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office, in an effort with the Drug Enforcement Administration, will be at the Publix Center

Spaghetti Dinner to Feed

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In an effort to fill the shelves of the St. Cloud Community Pantry, which provides food for the local hungry, the City of St. Cloud is hosting the 4th annual

School Superintendent to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Her title is new, but Dr. Debra Pace, the incoming Osceola County School Superintendent, is no stranger to the communities she serves.  Pace served as

County Announces Home

ST. CLOUD TOWNNEWSTODAY- Osceola County Human Services announced the availability of the Community Development Block Grant/Minor Home Repairs Program for homeowners 62 years of age and up who live

Cops On the Run

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The officers pounding the pavement tomorrow may be running, but they're not chasing bad guys. Employees from the Osceola County Sheriff's Office, Kissimmee

Ready Those Resumes For

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Unemployed residents of St. Cloud, or those looking to change careers, are encouraged to attend a Job Fair at Adult Learning Osceola (ALCO) 2320 New

School District Looking

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola County School district is looking to hire bus drivers.  For details call Transportation: (407) 518-4540. *Click here to sign up for the Free

Lakefront to Ring in

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- April will arrive with a party hat.  Or at least in a festive mood.  This is true for the crowd expected to show up at the St. Cloud Lakefront during the

City to Allow Three Days

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Other signs that Spring has sprung are popping up like dandelions in front yards throughout town.  The little paper placards are as common in warm weather

City Hall Hangs Local Art

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Starting April 1, City Hall will begin displaying work by local artist during the 4th Annual St. Cloud Art in Public Places (SCAPP) exhibition. Mayor Rebecca

Battle Between Brothers;

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- This weekend, March 19 & 20, for the 23rd year in a row, Ralph Chisholm Park, on the shores of East Lake Tohopekaliga, will be besieged by opposing

Park Prepares For Picnic

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The normally quiet and serene grounds of the PegHorn Nature Park and Trail, 2101 PegHorn Way, will come alive Saturday, March 19, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., during

Florida Voters Have

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Today is the day for Florida voters to cast their ballots in the primary race for the presidency.  Polls are open until 7 p.m. local time. *Click here to

Spring Break Has Arrived

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Old Hickory Tree Road

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Old Hickory Tree Road, south of US 192 (E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy.) to Nolte Road is closed for utility work and is part of the Florida Department of

Fore! For A Good Cause

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud Public Services will host its 2nd annual Charity Golf tournament May 28, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links; 5310 Michigan

A Letter to the Citizens

Dear Citizens, During the past several months there have been several statements and allegations that the St. Cloud Government and city hall are corrupt. Recently we received questions for a

Firefighters to Set

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD-  Firefighters from St. Cloud Fire Rescue plan to conduct a prescribed fire- most likely on a Monday or Friday- between March 21 and April 1, between 8 a.m.

Extravaganza Celebrates

by Elesha Jones, field reporter This year's Annual St. Cloud Life Community & Business Extravaganza will be held Saturday March 5, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in downtown St. Cloud on New York

Newspaper Editor to Join

St. Cloud TownNewsToday editor Merrell Palmer will make her on-air debut on DocShowCoast2Coast from 7 - 8 p.m. on Doc Holliday's Phoenix Rising Radio Network March 1. Joining Doc Holliday and Bam Bam

Flag Drops For Special

by Elesha Jones, field reporter SAINT CLOUD- Children with special needs can feel the thrill of racing along an open road during an upcoming soap box derby competition. Super Kids Classic is coming

Eye Center Has New

by Elesha Jones, field reporter SAINT CLOUD- Eye Florida recently opened a new Diagnostic Testing Center, St. Cloud Eye Center & MedSpa, at 4589 Henry C. Yates Ln.,St. Cloud 34769 . The

Former St. Cloud Police

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD-  The family of a former St. Cloud police officer will be honoring and celebrating his life during a memorial service March 19.  Scott Brian Lesley, 59, was

New Hands On the Purse-

By Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud’s new finance director, Javier Gonzalez, may have started his position February 15, but he certainly knows his way around the

City Streets Set For

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Paving by St. Cloud Public Services will start in various locations within the city February 22, and is expected to be completed by March 4th. Property

Sunsets (Obituaries)

SAINT CLOUD- Michael Titus, 30, St. Cloud; October 21, 1985 - February 7, 2016; Arrangements: Conrad and Thompson Funeral Home; 511 Emmett St., Kissimmee, FL 34741; (407) 847-3188.  Mr. Titus was
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