The day photographer Al Clayton died, he left behind a legacy. Clayton captured moments of A-list celebrities and musicians, but the work he was most proud of was the images compiled into the 1969 book called “Still Hungry in America.”
Coming from a long-line of water-skiers, Betsy Gilman knew she always wanted to continue the family tradition, but what she didn’t know was she would leave a successful career to pursue her hobby turned passion.
Throughout its 125-year history, the halls of Gainesville High School have bustled with students. Come January, the main entrance will bustle with more than just the treading of feet, but with empowerment, as The Hub student success center comes to fruition.
When traveling north on Main Street through Clermont you will encounter one stop sign, and maybe another car or two that will pass you headed south; that’s about as busy as downtown Clermont gets on most days…but it hasn’t always been that way.