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Verizon customers report massive outages in Orlando

SOURCE: Orlando Weekly Due to a massive outage, many Verizon customers have reportedly been unable to use their phones Friday, and the worst-hit area is Orlando.  According to the site DownDetector, outages have been reported all over the country, beginning at approximately noon ET. However, the largest affected zone is currently the Orlando metro area.   “We… Keep Reading

Orlando Museum of Art may be moving to Lake Nona

SOURCE: Orlando Weekly There’s a chance the Orlando Museum of Art may soon be on the move to Lake Nona, thanks to one of the world’s largest private art collectors.  The Orlando Business Journal reports that billionaire Joe Lewis, the investor in Lake Nona developer the Tavistock Group, has proposed a potential $10 million investment into a… Keep Reading

Man carjacked in Orlando speaks about his ordeal

SOURCE: ORLANDO, Fla.– Lawrence Beck’s hands and elbows are bandaged and there are stitches on his face. But, on the plus side his Infinity is back in his driveway a day after he was carjacked, allegedly by 26-year-old Thomas Eichelberger. Beck says he left the car running for just a couple minutes on Hazel… Keep Reading

Orlando International Airport sponsoring donation drive for government employees during partial shutdown

SOURCE: Orlando Weekly The Orlando International Airport Management Council is sponsoring a donation drive to assist employees of the Transportation Security Administration, Customs and Border Protection, and the Federal Aviation Administration during the partial government shutdown. According to a news release from Great Orlando Aviation Authority, both the airport community and general public are being… Keep Reading

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