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Friday, May 24, 2024

New restaurant and CVS now open at increasingly busy intersection

A new restaurant and a CVS pharmacy are now open at an increasingly busy intersection.

Panda Express is now serving Chinese food in the Beaumont Development at the corner of County Road 466A and Powell Road/County Road 462 in Wildwood. Across the intersection, a new CVS Pharmacy has officially opened in the new Wildwood Crossing development.

Panda Express at the Beaumont Develpment
Panda Express at the Beaumont Development.
The new CVS pharmacy at County Road 466A and Powell Rod at Wildwood Crossing
The new CVS pharmacy at County Road 466A and Powell Rod at Wildwood Crossing.

Things will be getting even busier at Wildwood Crossing as a new Home Depot will soon be opening its doors.

The new Home Depot at Wildwood Crossing
The new Home Depot at Wildwood Crossing.

Earlier this month, a Wildwood special magistrate approved a new Wawa at the northwest corner of County road 466A and County Road 462.

Webster’s bootlicking is obvious and he has to go

A Village of Belle Aire resident is appalled by Congressman Daniel Webster’s obvious “bootlicking” at the Trump trial in New York City. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Oren Miller is back despite efforts of Developer, Daily Sun and DeSantis

A Village of Briar Meadow resident said she is thrilled to see Oren Miller reinstated to the Sumter Commission, despite being railroaded by the Developer, The Villages Daily Sun and Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Trump’s trial a big waste of tax dollars

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Summerhill resident contends that former President Trump’s trial in Manhattan is a waste of tax dollars.

Future Villager wonders about arrests of unlicensed drivers

A Maryland resident with plans to move to The Villages has been reading Villages-News.com and wonders what happens to all of the unlicensed drivers who are being arrested.

Middle class Americans would be hit hard by Trump’s tariffs

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Osceola Hills resident warns that former President Trump’s import tariff policies could be costly to middle class Americans.