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It's a new year, and are you someone whose resolution is to stop putting off getting dentures or implants.If so, the question is, who to turn to.

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Although the deal was consummated this past Sept. 23, 2022, announcement is now made that Greg Homan and his family sold the Citrus Tower and the Citrus Tower commercial business center to Simchat Torah Beit Midrash (STBM), led by Rabbi Ralph and Maureen Messer, for $3.3 million dollars.

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If you have ever entertained creating a haven for hummingbirds on your property, or even if you would simply like to learn more about these marvelous avians, a free program on hummingbirds by naturalist Lavon Silvernell takes place from 9:30-11:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 11 at Cooper Memorial L…

This week’s photo comes to the News Leader courtesy of frequent contributor Lynne Vincent. According to her, she was traveling on State Road 33 when she came upon this fence. Its spit-rail construction reminded her of Abraham Lincoln, who was sometimes referred to as a “rail splitter.”

It was with enormous pride that Dr. Heather Bigard, president of Lake Sumter State College recently  announced many exciting changes as well as many more plans for the future were soon to come to fruition. These changes and other plans will come in response to the needs of the community toda…

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Employees with the Florida Department of Health in Lake County (DOH-Lake) are raising women’s heart health public awareness by participating and urging others in the community to wear red this Friday, Feb. 3, which is the American Heart Association “National Wear Red Day.”

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The Clermont Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5277 held its annual Patriot’s Pen and Voice of Democracy writing competition awards ceremony on Jan. 14. The scholarship competition promotes American pride, citizenship and patriotism throughout the year. It encourages students to examine our nati…

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Thrive Clermont currently has applications open for the spring Teen Advisory Council (TAC). However, teens interested in the program must act now, as applications will close Jan. 31, and Thrive Clermont will only be accepting 20 students per semester.

My name is Sammy and I am a 2-year-old, male kitty, and let me tell you, I have lots and lots to say. To say I am a chatty fellow would be an understatement, as I talk all the time.  

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Regardless of the fact that it always seems as though chilly weather arrives at the same time as the occasion to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., turnout was decent in Groveland, which observed the anniversary of King’s birth on the day he actually was born, this past Sunday, Jan. 13.

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Angie Langley, CEO and Founder of Langley Consulting Group in Clermont, was inducted to the Lake-Sumter State College Foundation Board of Directors on Jan. 10 at the Venetian Center in Leesburg.

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Regardless of the fact that it always seems as though chilly weather arrives at the same time as the occasion to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., turnout was decent in Groveland, which observed the anniversary of King’s birth on the day he actually was born, this past Sunday, Jan. 13.

This week’s photo comes to the News Leader courtesy of Lynne Vincent, who snapped this photo of a gazebo with its reflection located on Lake Minneola on New Year’s day. An apt photo for viewers to reflect on this past year while also contemplating the year to unfold. (If you have a photo you…

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