More people wanted to learn how to kayak in natural settings than state park volunteers expected. In September, Lake Griffin State Park volunteers brought back the park’s Kayak 101 classes for the first time since the start of the pandemic. These classes train people on the basics of kayak o…

In any given week in The Villages, residents can go dancing on the square, see a piano duet and play bingo or trivia, all for free. And they can expect to pay an affordable price when they buy a ticket. Here in The Villages, entertainment venues continue to offer affordable options to put pa…

Music and theater lovers are getting back more of the shows they love this month. With the Broadway Series at The Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center, the Classic Albums Live series at Savannah Center, Season 6 in progress at The Studio Theatre Tierra del Sol and resident theater shows in…

The American Legion Post 347 was swathed in a crowd of red, white and blue on Wednesday night as buses holding veterans who went onVillages Honor Flight's 50th mission drove down the street.

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Vietnam War veteran Conrad Fischer said it took years of advocating for himself to finally be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, a mental health condition triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event.

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The Villages’ vision of becoming “America’s Healthiest Hometown” is rocket-fueling forward with a new medical residency program coming to its hometown hospital.

In 2011, Earl Cash wanted to form a vocal group that blended doo-wop, R&B, country and a few surprises. He recruited Bill Rascoe, Toni Booker, Cliff Cook and Henry Tresvant, with Booker’s husband, Ronald, taking on the sound tech role. Toni figured the group would sing for birthdays and …