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Port Orange is a city located on the eastern coast of Florida along the Atlantic Ocean. The city has been called a principal city in the Fun Coast region of Florida. Port Orange is distinguished by its stable and successful business climate. The largest employers of the city have been education, health and government related. Notable residents have included author Thomas Block (Mayday), actor John Travolta (Grease, Saturday Night Fever), actress Danielle Harris (Halloween movies), and Spider-Man comic book illustrator Alex Saviuk.

Population: 45823
Local Newspapers: The News-Journal
Local Sports Teams: Orlando Magic (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with port orange, florida: 32119 32127
Towns/Cities near port orange, florida : Daytona Beach Holly Hill Samsula New Smyrna Beach Edgewater

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Jesse Slocum, a 2015 Salem High School graduate, was recently recognized for his exceptional scholastic achievements and leadership in the field of the Human Sciences, Kappa Omicrom Nu National Honor Society. He was inducted into the Kappa Delta Gamma Chapter of Akron University.

Lightning-Devils Sums

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Port Orange caregiver caught on camera pushing and shoving a disabled child, police say

Julie Carter, 62, is accused of pushing, kicking and dragging a disabled child she was hired to care for, Port Orange police said. Julie Carter, 62, is accused of pushing, kicking and dragging a disabled child she was hired to care for, Port Orange police said.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Source: Weather Central

FLC127-152030- /O.CON.KMLB.SV.W.0018.000000T0000Z-180415T2030Z/ Volusia FL- 410 PM EDT SUN APR 15 2018 ...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 430 PM EDT FOR EAST CENTRAL VOLUSIA COUNTY... At 408 PM EDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from Daytona Beach to 6 miles south of Daytona Beach Airport to 6 miles west of Port Orange to near Edgewater and NEw Smyrna Beach, moving northeast at 50 mph. HAZARD...70 mph wind gusts.

Volusia says developers are paying their fair share for growth; experts aren't so sure

A developer is paying Volusia County $1.8 million to help widen a mile of Williamson Boulevard - a deal county leaders and prominent developers say should silence critics who question whether builders pitch in enough for roads when mega-growth comes to town. Such deals, known as proportionate share agreements, are but a slice of a road-funding pie that has been shrinking over the years - to the point that the county and its 16 cities are looking to ask voters in November for a half-cent sales tax to boost funding.

Port Orange police to conduct DUI checkpoint next weekend on Dunlawton

The Port Orange Police Department will have a surprise ready for impaired drivers on April 20 - a DUI checkpoint. The Friday night-into-Saturday checkpoint is the first in a series of operations by city officers looking for drunken drivers that will be employed after receiving a state grant of $12,000.

Volusia courthouse deputies' playful exchange ends with Taser flash; suspension follows

Two Volusia County courthouse deputies were "horseplaying" and their fooling around included activating a stun gun in a DeLand courtroom as a judge sat on the bench conducting business, a Sheriff's Office investigation shows. Much of the interaction between deputies Veronica Hadd and Steven Wells was observed on a courtroom camera and both served 16-hour suspensions last month, Sheriff's Office Internal Affairs documents show.

Interstate 95 closed in Volusia County for brush fire

Interstate 95 closed in Volusia County for brush fire FHP closed the interstate because of smoke Check out this story on floridatoday.com: https://on.flatoday.com/2GGJzag As of 5 p.m., I-95 remained closed at mile marker 256 near the Pavillion at Port Orange, according to the Florida Department of Transportation.

Democrat Katie Tripp to challenge Tom Leek for House 25 seat

It appears that state Rep. Tom Leek, a Republican first elected in 2016, will have a Democratic opponent this year. For months, no one had filed on the Democratic side for Leek's Florida House District 25 seat.

Resurfaced marina plans ruffle Seabird Island residents

PORT ORANGE – From his mobile home, Seabird Island resident Barry Lussier looked out upon hordes of gulls, pelicans and other seabirds whose screams across the Halifax River nearly drowned out the traffic on the Dunlawton Avenue bridge next door. Lussier sighed as he watched the swarms swoop down upon a mangrove island across a sandbar that drew a line in the water between him and the island – a protected bird nesting site.

Ponce Inlet puppy abuse petition leads to Gov. Rick Scott's pen

Gov. Rick Scott participated in a formal bill-signing ceremony Thursday, thanking the local activists and lawmakers who helped turn an animal-abuse case that outraged the community into a law strengthening penalties against offenders. Ponce's Law - named for the 9-month-old Labrador retriever puppy found beaten to death in the Ponce Inlet backyard of Travis Archer last year - was introduced by state Rep. Tom Leek, R-Ormond Beach, and passed the legislature two weeks ago.

Florida AOB Reform Efforts Fail Again as Parkland Tragedy Derails Legislative Session

With over 900 items on the Florida legislative docket and only 60 days to consider them, it's not surprising that many bills simply die in committee or are never seriously considered. Add to that a tragic event right in the middle of the session and what you get are shifted priorities.

Let's Talk Pets: 'Little Cat' needs a home Updated at

It is highly likely that this pretty tuxedo female cat who everyone has been calling "Little Cat" is an abandoned pet. She showed up at a lady's home in Port Orange last Thanksgiving and she has been feeding her outside ever since, but cannot take her in.

FEMA Approves $2.9 Million to Port Orange for Debris Removal from Hurricane Matthew

The City of Port Orange in Florida will receive $2,984,342 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to offset costs for debris removal following Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. The $2.9 million grant represents a federal share of the project's total cost of $3,730,428.

Hurricane Maria recovery: Local company pumps up Puerto Rico

More than five months after Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico, local company Thompson Pump and its workers are still on the island helping citizens recover from the aftermath of the worst storm in the country's history. More than five months after Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico, local company Thompson Pump and its workers are still on the island helping citizens recover from the aftermath of the worst storm in the country's history.

New Smyrna Beach fire embers elicit apology from developer Geosam

As firefighters monitored hot spots Thursday, a development company took responsibility for a controlled burn-turned-wildfire and apologized to all who were affected, including tens of thousands of motorists diverted off Interstate 95 for about 18 hours. With the fire 90-percent contained and smoke thinning, I-95 was reopened Thursday morning.

Traffic Alert: I-95 shut down north of Brevard due to fires

The closure went into effect around 12:45 p.m. and roads will remain closed as long as visibility issues persist, according to Florida Highway Patrol. Traffic Alert: I-95 shut down north of Brevard due to fires The closure went into effect around 12:45 p.m. and roads will remain closed as long as visibility issues persist, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

New Smyrna brush fire shuts down I-95 North to Port Orange

A wildfire that got away from a burn pile and started as a 2-acre brush fire has grown to 65 acres and the smoke from the fire shut down Interstate 95 northbound from State Road 44 in New Smyrna Beach to Dunlawton Avenue in Port Orange, authorities said. The blaze reported at 11:58 a.m. was reportedly located at Pioneer Trail and Sugar Mill Drive, said Volusia County sheriff's spokeswoman Laura Williams.

Woman who gorged on pasta Every Day shows off incredible weight loss

Woman who gorged on pasta EVERY DAY shows off incredible weight loss of nearly 100lbs in just FIVE MONTHS after swapping the carbs for steak and vegetables Ashley Holliday, 20, Port Orange, Florida, claims that she used to munch on pasta every night for dinner and frequently ate the leftovers for breakfast While pregnant with her daughter Adelinn, Ashley's weight ballooned up to 272lbs after pre-eclampsia left her bed-ridden and eating even more After starting to suffer symptoms similar to diabetes, Ashley decided to try the ketogenic diet in October 2017, losing nearly 100lbs A 272lb woman who gorged on pasta every day and even ate spaghetti for breakfast has undergone a stunning transformation after cutting out her favorite carb.

Poles behind Daytona's Hard Rock trimmed, but some say not enough

The tall poles installed in the sand behind the Hard Rock Hotel to block beach traffic were trimmed by a couple of feet Tuesday, but not enough in the eyes of some residents, beachgoers and at least one Volusia County Councilwoman. The pilings, installed early Monday morning, are now 10 feet high.

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