This is our latest rundown of the top ten things you need to know this week, in Orlando’s Bungalow Neighborhood news, and some bonus headlines you may have missed.
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- Nova Scratch Kitchen is now closed.
- Four Rebels Taco Kitchen is in soft opening in Mills Park.
- Conceptual plans unveiled for Winter Park’s new library.
- Architecture student wears a building and wins Halloween.
- Eyes on the Street: Company that owns Mills Park is towing cars.
- iFresh Supermarket purchased Mia Supermarket in Colonialtown.
- Inhabit: Will Walker at Will’s Pub.
- “Some guy just landed a plane on I-4 during rush hour traffic.” – Orlando Weekly
- “Bombshell: Complaint Details Housing Fraud Committed By Commissioner Regina Hill.” – West Orlando News
- “Orlando tenants feel pinch of rent spikes.” – Orlando Sentinel
ICYMI Here are some other news updates you may have missed:
- Parramore Farmers Market is looking for vendors.
- Curb Alert: Full set of brewery equipment for sale.
- Guarapo’s Cafe opens in former Arepa and More space.
- New Holiday pop-up shop opens in College Park.
- “Hawkers’ Corporate Headquarters Takes Over Church Street.” – Scott Joseph Orlando
- “Donut Central and Fuelpresso bring classic donut/coffee combo to Winter Park.” – Winter Park/Maitland Observer
- “How Hurricane Irma impacted Publix sales.” – Orlando Business Journal
- “UCF Unsanctioned Fraternity Subject of BBC Documentary Now Streaming on Netflix.” – The Daily City