John C. Carrozzella, M.D., MSMS, ABAARM, FAARFM, was a successful orthopedic surgeon for more than 25 years when, in 2007, his life and career path changed dramatically.
Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. Navy Seabee and World War II veteran Bill Criswell has spent the past five years working toward erecting a military monument in downtown Windermere.
Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s 14th annual Boo-tiful Baby Halloween Photo Album is a sneak preview at what to expect from this year’s youngest trick-or-treaters.
It’s an age-old question: What do women want? With the Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s first The Woman Issue, we try to help answer that question, as much as anyone can.
Strong. Leader. Powerful. Prior to just a few decades ago, these words were almost exclusively used to describe men. Women in the U.S. were relegated to the background, left at home to take care of the family while men made their way in the world. Males were the leaders; females were the caregivers. Throughout history, there have always been women who “broke the mold.” Not all women were born to be followers, after all; and even in a repressed society, those women stood out.
Holy Family Catholic School first-grader Jacob James of Summerport ranks No. 11 in Florida for the 6-and-under age group in U.S. Kids Golf Tour.
Kiwanis Club of Dr. Phillips maximized its service reach in the community during the club’s biannual speed networking event.
After 50 years of service, Holy Family Catholic School Principal Sister Dorothy Sayers renews her vows with the Catholic Order of the Religious Sisters Filippini.