Here’s our rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news. We’ve also started including some of the headlines you may have skipped as well.
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TOP TEN HEADLINES OF THE WEEK:
- Very tentative date set for Bumby reopening.
- Road Alert: New all-way stop sign installed by Lake Eola.
- The Winter Park Ben and Jerry’s is now open.
- Photographer looking to document Pulse-inspired tattoos.
- Studio 17 TV: Let’s Eat Toasted.
- Eyes on the Street: You can rent offices above the Wells’ Built Museum for $300.
- Ribbon cutting scheduled for the new Orlando Police Headquarters on OBT.
- “U.S. Department of Justice brings an additional $8.5 million to Orlando in aid of Pulse victims, survivors.” – Watermark Online
- “Personnel file shows extent of Orange County fingerprint examiner’s alleged mistakes.” – Orlando Sentinel
- “Orlando City rallies for 2-1 win over Philadelphia.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI: Here are a number of Bungalower articles from last week that you may have missed:
- Cool Job Alert: Manager at Fairvilla Megastore.
- Sandwich Bar owner gets one step closer to Iron Cow opening.
- Public Meeting Alert: Colonial Pedestrian Overpass Bridge Public Information Open House.
- Lighting plan submitted for Colonial pedestrian bridge.
- “Project Runway” alum, Merline, selected as Downtown Arts District visiting artist.
- 11 Questions with Ray Ehmen from Rock ‘n’ Roll Heaven.
- Video: Orlando City Soccer Foundation promo.