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The People of St. Cloud~

‘The People of St. Cloud’ is a series that celebrates small-town living.  by Donna Olmstead, contributing journalist SAINT CLOUD- Meet April Macauley. Because Macauley, a 13-year resident

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

March For Meals 5K Hits

SAINT CLOUD- The Osceola Council on Aging "Meals on Wheels" program, which provides hot and cold meals to frail, elderly and younger disabled residents throughout Osceola County, including St. Cloud,

Crying Fowl~ (by

by Donna Olmstead, contributing columnist So here we are living in town, and that sort of raises certain expectations, such as not having to listen to roosters crowing. A given, right? No cows

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

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

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

City Welcomes Chickens,

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- In a move that shows the city has no foul with fowls, Council approved an ordinance earlier this month allowing residents to keep chickens.  This two-year

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,

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

Local Restaurant Owner

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- The City of St. Cloud formally recognized local restaurant owner Angie Redman for her efforts in spearheading the drive to feed school teachers free meals

City Hall to Feature

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City Hall now has its own little indoor garden.  Parks and Recreation staff installed a Tower Garden in Building A, First Level, on July 14 to promote its

Food Pantry Raffles to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Those who give are in need of receiving; the St. Cloud Community Pantry is on a fund raising drive to generate $25,000 for the purchase of a walk-in

City Teams With Charity

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- City workers teamed up with two charitable organizations Thursday, June 23 to distribute fresh produce and other food near the Civic Center during a mobile

St. Cloud's Tijuana

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Starting Monday, June 20  St. Cloud residents will have yet another choice for dining.  Tijuana Flats, a Winter Park-based Tex-Mex restaurant, will open

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

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

Saturday Sizzler;

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Springtime in The Cloud means Saturday at the lakefront, children's carnivals, live music, bikes, boats and Barbecue.  And today all of these came together

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

Post Office Drives to

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- On Saturday, May 14, the little white mail trucks will be doing a lot more than delivering and picking up envelopes and packages.  Drivers will be

Walmart Neighborhood

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- For the residents of St. Cloud, particular those on the south side, shopping just got a little more convenient.  The Walmart Neighborhood Market, on the

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

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

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

Food Industry Dines on

by Merrell Palmer, editor SAINT CLOUD- Times may be hard, and times may be slow, but Americans are still putting a fork in their woes. With sales at restaurants and bars up nearly 8 percent from
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