Pine Hills Press has been published continuously since 1995. Reporting news and events of primary interest to residents and businesses in Pine Hills, the publication also promotes good citizenship, civic activity, volunteerism and community development.
Pine Hills Press is the local paper for the 70,000 + residents living within the greater Pine Hills area and an established marketplace for local business with 60 or more advertisers in each issue. The Press ranks as the leading source for local news, events, meeting notices and service announcements, while also providing a place for businesses, both small and large, to promote products and services. Our mission is two-fold— to print the local news and report local events— while providing a channel for even the newest and smallest of businesses to broadcast their commercial message.
The press is published bi-monthly, 6 times a year, with a distribution of 5,000. Now in its 21st year, our free newspaper is found in over 200 locations, including banks, schools, apartment properties, hair salons, social organizations, small businesses, medical offices, the library branch, supermarkets, churches, professional offices, neighborhood associations and all of our local advertisers. Now this distribution is enlarged even further with the online edition.
REGULAR FEATURES INCLUDE:
- -News and Events of general interest
- -Community Notices listing scheduled meetings,
- -MarketPlace, a directory of local advertisers
- -Orange County Sheriff Department news
- -Orange County Public Schools news
- -Community Organizations news
- -Pine Hills Safe Neighborhood Partnership Newsletter
- -BrowZings, a potpourri of interesting information
- -PostScript, an opinion page by the Editors.
Our primary area of focus is the Village of Pine Hills, an area bounded by Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. on the north, Hwy 441 and Mercy Drive on the east, Old Winter Garden Road to the south, and Apopka-Vineland Road on the west.