A DOG PARK IS PLANNED FOR THE GROWING CORRIDOR NEAR LAKE MIRROR
Hello! For November’s cover story, we visit three charities that are all in need of your help this holiday season. Whether it’s a cash donation or a donation of your time, these charities and more throughout the area are in need. Read our three-part cover story and find out how you can help…
SHIPPING CONTAINERS CAN NOW BE USED AS HOMES AND BUSINESSES
FAST-GROWING SOUTHWEST LAKELAND WILL BE GETTING A LARGE COMMUNITY PARK
ON THE COVER: Jack Marie, Taylor Zaudtke & Jess Day at Skate World in Lakeland
POLK REACTS AS A NEW COVID SPIKE DWARFS PREVIOUS ONES
BORN & BREAD GETS SWEET RECOGNITION
Bonnet Springs Park Neighbors Pleased With Development
ON THE COVER: Adler’s Classic
ON THE COVER: Created by Ella Sexson. If you happen to get your hands on a copy of our Haven magazine, you can put the two side by side to create a full rainbow.
Sidewalk Dining Expanding in Downtown Lkld
Hello! This month’s issue is so special and we’re excited to share it with everyone. We have once again partnered with Polk State College to celebrate the graduating class of 2021. Inside, you’ll find every graduate’s name. Congratulations to all of them! If you are a graduate listed in …
AIRPORT MANAGER HAS PLANS TO REDUCE JET NOISE COMPLAINTS
POLK SENIORS GETTING MORE VACCINE OPTIONS
Seniors Wait for Highly Sought Vaccine Dates
ON THE COVER: Harold Newton (1934-1994) “River Road,” not dated.
3 Downtown Restaurants Expanding Outdoor Dining Through Parklets
ON THE COVER: The Color Wall at Mass Market. A collaborative project between Haus 820 and the Lakeland CRA and one of the best selfie spots in town.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020 Polk State Grads! They have worked so hard to get to this point, and we wish them much success in the future. They will be celebrating with a virtual ceremony this year, which is not what they imagined when they were freshmen, I’m sure. Grads, have fun…
Scott Franklin, Other Republicans Dominate In Local Elections
News of Lakeland’s Swan Sale Crosses A Very Large Pond
ON THE COVER: Frankenstein’s Monster from Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein” or “The Modern Prometheus” published in 1818
WILL LAKELAND EXTEND MASK RULES AGAIN?
School Resumes As Coronavirus New Cases Declined
Congratulations to the Best Of LKLD winners! Thank you to the thousands of our readers that took the time to vote and promote their favorite local businesses!
On a “normal” day, like back in 2019, life was stressful. And then 2020 began… We started this year talking about gratitude, being appreciative for what we have. Shelter at home began, and like a lot of people, I thought, this is great! I could use some slow time at home. A couple weeks i…
Happy 4th of July!
Munn Park rallies differed in tone and content
Welcome to the first-ever, LKLD Cookbook! I want to give a HUGE thank you to the 30+ local restaurants that submitted a recipe for this issue. We LOVE to go out to eat, but with restaurants at 50% capacity, it’s not always easy to find a seat. We encourage you to get takeout when you can, …
Construction Cranes Along Lake Mirror Signal Growth
ON THE APRIL COVER:
Former Mayor Fields Leading Drive for History, Culture Center
New Resources Guide Residents to Dining Options, Helping Others
Hi! The April issue is a little different this month, let me explain.
LKLD ANIMALS 1: SNAKES ON A LAKE GO VIRAL
VICE PRESIDENT PENCE STOPS IN LAKELAND FOR REECECLIFF PIE
On the cover: Charlie’s Mini Donuts! Thank you, thank you, thank you to Carlo for donating the donuts to be used on the cover! (Same that 3 times fast) They were as delicious as they look!
LAKELAND FOODIES FLOCK TO THE NEW GREENWISE
CITY: WE’LL REMOVE EARLY CHRISTMAS PARADE CHAIRS
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy New Year!
Hello & Happy November!
TORNADO RIPPED ROOFS, DESTROYED DWELLINGS, TOPPLED TRUCKS