The lure of new real estate development – long the economic addiction of choice in Florida – has […]
The Route 46 Entertainment District – the 5-acre complex that featured three restaurants, three bars and a live-performance […]
Have you noticed land being cleared on 25th Street next to the northbound entrance of S.R. 417? Wawa […]
The Celery City is building a name for itself as a culinary destination. The latest foodie buzz is […]
Development of the city’s downtown catalyst site will include some 220 residential units and roughly 40,000 square feet […]
Two newcomers will compete for Sanford’s District 3 city commission seat, as incumbent Randy Jones chose not to […]
As the world mourns the death of Muhammad Ali, let us remember that it was one of Bokey’s […]
If you’ve ever wanted to live in a fire station without all the trouble of actually fighting fires, […]
The Orlando Diocese wants to build nearly 1,000 multi-family and senior housing units on its 59-acre property near […]
At community meetings, private gatherings and bar-side conversations, downtown Sanford residents express their desire for one thing – […]
The Tennessee Truffle, downtown Sanford’s soon-to-be newest restaurant (125 W 1st St.), is getting closer to opening day. […]
A Sanford-based investment firm is under contract to purchase the former Student Museum from Seminole County Public Schools.
Construction is expected to begin later this summer on a multi-purpose performance venue at Fort Mellon Park.
After months of anticipation, Fuel BBQ opened at 5:27 p.m., and of course, your intrepid reporter from The Bokey was first in line.
You’ve seen him on TV. Soon you’ll be seeing him in downtown Sanford.
Mark Nation, the personal injury attorney whose television ads are almost as ubiquitous as Morgan and Morgan’s, has bought nearly a full city block of vacant land in downtown.
Nat Russell is betting big on downtown Sanford.
UPDATE 4:07 p.m. 4-26-16: I just spoke with chef Nat. The “pop-up” will be substantially longer – one (1) month with the possibility of going permanent. I’ll post another story soon
Brown paper on the windows at 125 W 1st St. in downtown Sanford blocks the view of what appears to be the makings a trendy food event.
If you’ve been hanging around the corner of 2nd Street and Park Avenue, you no doubt have noticed the aroma of oak smoke.
Sanford’s thriving craft beer community will get a turbo boost.
Two of Sanford’s most popular park facilities are closed for repairs, one indefinitely, the other until the end of April.