Orange County Animal Services recently received 40 cats from a single Orlando residence. The shelter is seeking cat adopters for this group of felines, as well as the dozens of others currently in need of placement.
With car trips accounting for 97% of travel this summer according to AAA, and 82% of upcoming road trips being less than 500 miles from home, Visit Orlando is offering Floridians special savings for a quick late-summer getaway.
The Orlando Magic and AdventHealth are teaming up to assist food insecure families in Central Florida and will offer the “Better Together” COVID-19 relief bundle presented by AdventHealth, which includes a Jonathan Isaac bobblehead, Magic T-shirt and Magic face covering for $39.95 (includes tax and shipping) with proceeds to benefit Project Life and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.
United Airlines has announced plans to add up to 28 daily nonstop flights this winter connecting customers in Boston, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, New York/LaGuardia, Pittsburgh and Columbus, Ohio to four popular Florida destinations.
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.
Orlando Health is the first health system in Florida to partner with Excelera®, the company behind the Excelera Network, to further optimize its specialty pharmacy services and to provide patients with increased access to limited distribution drugs (LDDs), which include innovative oncology treatments.
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).
Overview of Proposed Budget Investments – “This year as we’re developing our budget, our country is facing two historic events, the COVID-19 pandemic and the national call to end systematic racism in our country. In some respects, these are separate issues, but in other ways they’re very much connected. That is why both of these important dynamics are prioritized in our budgeting and investments over the next year and in the years to come.” — Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer
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.