— Peter Bernard (@WFLApeter) June 14, 2016
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A dove for each life is lost. 📷 by @saladayss ………… Lakeland, we love you. We love our community. We love how many gave blood yesterday. We love those who brought drinks a day snacks to those in line. We love the kindess that we have witnessed and the many acts of kindness that go unseen. …………. Share your Lakeland photos by tagging #igerslakeland and @igerslakeland (Sorry, we are unable to view private profiles.) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • #igersoflakeland #iglakeland #instalakeland #igflorida #lakeland #local #lakelandfl #lakelandflorida #lakelander #lklnd #lkld #explore #floridafinds #exploreyourcity #florida #lovelakeland #prayfororlando #orlando #orlandovigil #sunset #igersorlando #igorlando
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Thank you to Ledger staffers for providing live video of tonight’s vigil in memory of the Pulse Orlando victims.
- Ledger coverage of the vigil
- Facebook galleries from Lakeland Police Department and The Lakelander.
- A Lakeland man talks about his sister who died in the carnage
- Tuesday at 6, a support group in Lakeland for people affected by the Orlando shootings.
Historic Lakeland Inc. has honored Florida Southern College, the city of Lakeland and the restorers of nine homes with its highest annual awards, and it named Gregory Fancelli preservationist of the year. More
Girls Inc. recognizes Meesha Downing, assistant principal at Westwood Middle School; Sharon Lewis-Mathis, Polk’s equal opportunity diversity representative, and Swanyetta Perry, assistant principal at Crystal Lake Elementary School.