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Iraq War vet to speak on ‘Peaceful Revolution’ at CF

Author Paul K. Chappell will present a talk entitled "Peaceful Revolution: Restoring Hope in a Traumatized World," on Thursday, June 13, at the College of Central Florida.

Egyptian star flowers blooming in Ocala

Stop and admire these beautiful Egyptian star flowers spotted in Ocala!

Women’s Expo raises $1,600 for local PACE center

Dozens of businesses presented their products and services to women from all over the county at this past weekend's Women's Expo, hosted by Ocala Style Magazine.

Women’s Expo to benefit PACE Center for Girls at CF this...

Ocala Style Magazine will host their second annual Women’s Expo on Saturday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Klein Center at College of Central Florida.

Leadercast to live broadcast experts in leadership and organizational health to...

Leadercast Live brings together many of the world's most recognized and respected global leaders to create a leadership experience unlike any other.

Kyle Raymond Kinsey

Kyle Raymond Kinsey, 19, of Ocala, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, March 16, 2019. Arrangements are being handled by Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Ocala, FL.

Community Foundation awards nursing scholarships to 11 area students

The Community Foundation for Ocala/Marion County recently awarded $22,500 in scholarships from the Angelica G. Muns Nursing Scholarship Fund.

Phoenix Rising YouthBuild program breaking ground with first Belleview project

The Phoenix Rising YouthBuild program will break new ground with its ninth project in Marion County.

Upcoming medical career fair to highlight healthcare jobs in demand

Healthcare professionals and those interested in careers in the medical field are invited to attend the upcoming 2018 Medical Career Fair in Ocala. The free...

Mary D. Seay

Mary D. Seay made her transition into the next life on July 3, 2018 at the Margaret Dozier Hospice House. She succumbed to complications...