Eligible Lake County residents who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 may be able to receive up to $4,000 in rent or mortgage assistance.
On a night when the Leesburg Commission unanimously voted to bless opening the city back up for special events – with caution – a good part of the discussion centered on an upcoming event planned at Gator Harley-Davidson.
The Community Development Corporation of Leesburg plans to host a 2020 Election Forum next month.
The Leesburg Recreation Department was recognized recently by the Florida Recreation and Parks Association for their efforts in sports tourism.
The Lake County Board of County Commissioners has approved increasing grant award amounts for all qualified for-profit businesses and non-profit organizations impacted by COVID-19.
Leesburg’s highly popular Bikefest has been canceled for the second time this year by the COVID-19 crisis.
The Leesburg Commission approved a resolution Monday night that increases residential fire assessment fees by 50 percent.
Leesburg Engine 62 was recently recognized as one of the busiest engine companies in Florida and the United States, according to a newly released survey.
The eligibility criteria for businesses to obtain funding from the $16 million Lake CARES Small Business Assistance Grant Program will be expanded Tuesday as the program moves into Phase II.
Lake County commissioners voted Friday in a special meeting to assist Lake County Schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic.