Ocala, Florida

image_flag flag_size image_seal ocala_seal.gif seal_size image_map Marion County Florida Incorporated and Unincorporated areas Ocala Highlighted.svg mapsize 250x200px map_caption Location in Marion County (Marion County, Florida) and the state of Florida coordinates_region US-FL

Names publisher United States Geological Survey date 2007-10-25 website City of Ocala footnotes '''Ocala''' ( ) is a city in Marion County (Marion County, Florida), Florida, United States. As of the 2013 census, its population, estimated by the United States Census Bureau, was 57,468, making it the 45th most populated city in Florida.<

Jacksonville, Florida

the Tampa metro are three more major junctions: One with the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway which carries traffic into downtown Tampa; one with Interstate 4 which carries traffic across the center of the state to the East Coast; and another as Interstate 275 traffic defaults back onto northbound. The freeway proceeds to enter suburban portions of Pasco, Hernando, and Sumter counties on its way to Ocala and Gainesville (Gainesville, Florida). At Lake City, Florida, the Christopher

to Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), Ocala (Ocala, Florida), and Orlando (Orlando, Florida). Geography Melbourne is located approximately .

Jacksonville's rebuilt Jacksonville Municipal Stadium (EverBank Field) still under construction, Dwight Collins, " UF Notes: Gators get rare win in Athens," ''Ocala Star-Banner'', p. 11C (October 29, 1995). Retrieved August 20, 2011. this traditional neutral-site showdown was held on the universities' campuses for the first

Winter Haven, Florida

, Florida and West Lake Wales, Florida. The lines were formerly the CSX Bartow Subdivision (Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida) area), Leesburg, Ocala and Orlando Subdivisions (Wildwood (Wildwood, Florida) area), and Lake Wales Subdivision (Lake Wales (Lake Wales, Florida) area). - Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida) Winter Haven (Winter Haven (Amtrak station)) '''Amtrak:''' Silver Star (Silver Star (Amtrak train)) - *Winston-Salem, North Carolina (WNS) Winston

, Alabama Decatur , Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama) and Dothan, Alabama; and Thomasville (Thomasville, Georgia), Valdosta (Valdosta, Georgia) and Waycross, Georgia. At Jacksonville, Florida, the train split to serve two different routes, one serving St. Petersburg, Florida via Orlando (Orlando, Florida), and the other serving Miami (Miami, Florida) via Ocala (Ocala, Florida) and Winter Haven (Winter Haven, Florida). These two legs

Statesboro, Georgia

, Virginia Richmond and Petersburg, Virginia; Rocky Mount (Rocky Mount, North Carolina), Wilson (Wilson, North Carolina), and Fayetteville, North Carolina; Florence, South Carolina; Statesboro (Statesboro, Georgia) and Jesup, Georgia; and Ocala (Ocala, Florida), Zephyrhills (Zephyrhills, Florida), Brandon (Brandon, Florida), and Sarasota, Florida. The Statesboro (Statesboro, Georgia) division hears cases for: Bulloch (Bulloch County, Georgia), Candler

Tallahassee, Florida

, the ''Florida Flambeau (FSView & Florida Flambeau)''. thumb 290px Juniper Springs (File:Juniper Springs Ocala National Forest.jpg) in the Ocala National Forest The '''Ocala National Forest''' is the second largest National Forest (United States National Forest) in the U.S. state of Florida and covers approximately of Central Florida. It is located three miles (5&nbsp;km) east of Ocala (Ocala, Florida) and

southeast of Gainesville (Gainesville, Florida). The Ocala National Forest, established in 1908, is the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi River and the southernmost national forest in the continental U.S. The word ''Ocala'' is thought to be a derivative of a Timucuan Indian term meaning "fair land" or "big hammock (Hammock (ecology))". The forest is headquartered in Tallahassee (Tallahassee, Florida), as are all three National Forests in Florida

of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), as well as Interstate 75 heading northbound out of Ocala (Ocala, Florida) and southbound out of Valdosta (Valdosta, Georgia), uses Lake City (Lake City, Florida), a small city near where the two highways intersect. *Interstate 12 uses Hammond (Hammond, Louisiana) where it crosses I-55 and Slidell (Slidell, Louisiana) a small city at the highway's terminus at I-10 and I-59's southern terminus. Biography Tananarive Priscilla Due

Milton, Ontario

(founder) Tammy Samuel-Balaz Rick Balaz '''Sam-Son Farm''' is a thoroughbred horse racing stable with farms locations in Milton, Ontario, Canada and Ocala, Florida. Originating in the 60's by Ernie Samuel, it began as a home for hunter jumper (equestrianism) horses. However, in 1971 it became home to its first thoroughbred race horse and officially entered racing in 1972. alias origin Milton

Beaverton, Oregon

west coast hub facility at KPHO-TV in Phoenix, Arizona since May 2010. The station broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 12. thumb 130px right KPDX's UPN logo. Used from September 2, 2002-April 1, 2006. (Image:UPN49.jpg) Meredith acquired KPTV in 2002 following a station swap with Fox Television Stations, Inc. in exchange for WOFL in Orlando, Florida (and its satellite WOGX in Ocala (Ocala, Florida)). This resulted in the first "duopoly" operation

Oakville, Ontario

in Oakville, Ontario on the grounds of the Glen Abbey Golf Course. The Jack Nicklaus-designed course has hosted more than 20 Canadian Opens since 1977. *Oakland, California Jack London Sq (OKJ) (Jack London Square Station) (Oakland – Jack London Square (Amtrak station)) *Oakville, Ontario, Canada (OKL) (GO Station) (Oakville GO Station) ''(Canadian railway station used by the joint Via Rail Amtrak ''Maple Leaf (Maple Leaf (Amtrak Via))'' train)'' * Ocala

, Florida (OCA) (Amtrak station) (Ocala (Amtrak station)) (Thruway Motorcoach stop since November 2004) John Craig built Ardwold, an enormous residence of 50 rooms in Toronto, beginning in 1909, and finished in 1911. He also acquired a resort home from his mother in Oakville, Ontario called called Raymar Estate (the estate has since disappeared). He was made a Knight Bachelor in 1915 in recognition of his participation in the war (First World War) effort, and so became Sir

Scranton, Pennsylvania

of a heart attack that same year. He soon established friendships with members of the University's faculty, notably Scranton President J.A. Panuska. Harris agreed to return to the University of Scranton as a visiting professor in 1987 to raise funds for a scholarship for Irish (Ireland) students, which he established and named in honor of his brother. ref name

ocala Harris was welcomed to the city with a limo (Limousine) escorted by five police motorcycles and proclamation from the mayor. He cast the actors

West Palm Beach, Florida

161 title Phi Delta Theta International Site - Famous Phis publisher Phideltatheta.org date accessdate 2011-11-08 Reynolds has received a number of honorary recognitions over the years, mostly keys to various cities, or deputy badges from being deputized. *'''Keys to the cities of''': Hollywood, Florida Miami Beach, Florida Ocala, Florida Orlando, Florida Palm Beach County, Florida West Palm Beach, Florida Buena Park, California

around the time of the 1904 World's Fair. The first fronton in Florida opened at the site of Hialeah Race Course near Miami (1924). The fronton was relocated to its present site in Miami near Miami International Airport. Year round jai alai operations include Miami Jai Alai (the biggest in the world with a record audience of 15,502 people in 27 December 1975) and Dania Jai Alai. Seasonal facilities are: Fort Pierce Jai Alai, Ocala Jai Alai and Hamilton Jai Alai. The Tampa Jai Alai operated

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