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Mount Dora Mayor informs residents on the city's status post COVID-19.
A Mount Dora man is back in jail after being released without bond when he allegedly violated his pre-trial release and no victim contact order.
Officials with the City of Mount Dora are inviting local photographers to submit photos for their photo contest for a chance to be featured in the Mount Dora Leisure Services Guide.
Deputies are searching for a man wanted after allegedly pushing another man off of a boat and leaving him stranded int he canal overnight.
Assisted Living: The Musical - performed at the Mount Dora Live Theater, a must see comedy on October 20th, 2018.
This fall bash will be one that the entire family can enjoy.
The City of Mount Dora announces new garbage and recycling collection schedule.
A recent change to city electrical rates benefits local customers.
Harmon Massey brings years of leadership to the committee and proves to be an excellent advocate for the city of Mount Dora.
Lake County Transit is seeking donations for their 13th annual Stuff the Bus event where they collect non-perishable foods to benefit the Lake Cares Food Pantry in Mount Dora.
Come to this workshop to provide your input for the future of Mount Dora's parks.
Welcome Blackwater Creek to Mount Dora with a free concert
The 44th Annual Mount Dora Bicycle Festival is drawing near, and this is an event locals will want to attend.
City officials announced plans to demolish and rebuild Gilbert Park after noticing deteriorating conditions.
A Mount Dora man was pronounced dead after an accident in Polk County where he was allegedly driving the wrong direction on State Road 570.
Mount Dora Fire Department received a $1.29M grant to hire additional firefighters and staff a ladder truck.
Mount Dora kicks of Independence Day celebrations with live music and fireworks.
Mount Dora Deputy City Clerk Misty Sommer was awarded the 2018 President's Award by The Florida Association of City Clerks during an annual conference in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Mount Dora Police continue their annual school supply drive to collect supplies for children of all ages for the upcoming school year.
New fertilizer restrictions begin in Lake County on June 1 to help reduce nutrient-loading in urban landscapes.
Lake County Library Systems and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida team up to offer free lunches for kids under the age of 18 during the summer to assist families struggling with homelessness and poverty.
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