SIMCOM International, Inc. is expanding and building a new worldwide headquarters in Orlando. The company, which currently operates two learning centers in Orlando, is investing $109 million in a new headquarters and training facility and plans to create more than 50 new high wage jobs over the next two years.
The Orlando Magic announce today the team’s “VOTE” T-shirts will be available for purchase through the Magic team app or at OrlandoMagic.OrderNext.com starting July 27, with proceeds going to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition (FRRC).
In an effort to prepare for the peak of hurricane season, Orange County Government is hosting a free self-serve sandbag program for residents at five Orange County Park locations starting July 16 through July 30, 2020.
The Orlando Magic will have all eight of their “seeding games” televised locally on FOX Sports Florida, the team and the network have announced.
The City of Orlando’s Downtown Development Board and Uber Eats has announced a collaborative effort to support Downtown Orlando restaurants by increasing demand and encouraging food delivery. The innovative campaign, “Order Up Downtown,” is the first of its kind in the U.S. and will provide incentives to encourage Orlando residents to order from their favorite downtown restaurants through Uber Eats.
Florida Technical College (FTC) announced it has created a Healthcare Heroes Scholarship—a scholarship dedicated to eligible students enrolling in any of its Allied Health programs. The scholarship is available to all FTC campuses throughout the state.
The City of Orlando’s Historic Preservation Board is seeking photographs capturing the beauty of Orlando’s historic structures that contain the quintessential Florida various architectural styles.
Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has announced the opening of five new Interstate 4 (I-4)/State Road (S.R.) 408 flyover ramps. This project is completed more than three months ahead of schedule and enhances safety and mobility, while reducing travel times in the heart of Florida.
As businesses continue to reopen and parents go back to work, the City of Orlando has made adjustments to its regular summer camp to provide a modified small group summer camp program throughout 18 city facilities, allowing for safely supervised activities and education for children in elementary and middle school.
Online professional development courses through UCF have been made available to the public for free.