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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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Complete in Port Orange, where does Williamson Boulevard go next?

NEW SMYRNA BEACH - Williamson Boulevard has wound its way from Ormond Beach through Daytona Beach and, over a course of decades, south through Port Orange. Next up: New Smyrna Beach.

Port Orange homeowner reports 70 guns, 60 knives stolen; 2 arrested

A daughter and a neighbor stole weapons in a Port Orange burglary after it was reported that 70 guns and 60 knives were missing from a home, police said. Amanda Vanhorn, 34, and Charles Simon, 45, both of Port Orange, were each charged on Monday with two counts of grand theft of a firearm and dealing in stolen property.

The wait is over: P.F. Chang's opens at One Daytona

Ormond Beach residents Erica and Allen Smith showed up at the new P.F. Chang's at One Daytona shortly after 4 o'clock Monday afternoon expecting a long line for the "Asian-inspired" eatery. To their surprise, not only were they the first to arrive, they were also allowed in a half-hour before the eatery's scheduled 5 p.m. opening.

Deputy in tow yard shooting: I could tell that the shots took immediate effect

Deputy Joel Hernandez, in plainclothes and with a gold sheriff's badge and a black pistol attached to his belt, said he shouted repeatedly at the man inside the SUV to take his hands out of his pocket. Hernandez said the man was getting more stressed and saying things but Hernandez could only understand "Out car.

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The DeLand Indie Market is a curated event that is held four times a year showcasing artists, boutiques, vintage and handcrafted vendors. There will be food and live music.

Volusia homeless shelter opening could be delayed

John Hall, the architect the city hired Nov. 1 to build a homeless shelter for adults, recently told the board that's overseeing the project he hoped to have bids for construction contractors next fall and the actual work on the building to start at the end of next year. DAYTONA BEACH - The new comprehensive homeless shelter planned to be built west of Interstate 95 might not be swinging open its doors until the fall of 2019.

Father-son Daytona car lot owners charged with trafficking painkillers

A father and son who own a Daytona Beach used car lot are locked up on accusations of trafficking in painkillers, court records show. According to federal arrest warrants issued for Angelo Noviello, 72, of Daytona Beach, and his son, Johnny Noviello, 42, of Port Orange on Nov. 22, the men are suspects in a case where a large quantity of pills were sold.

[VIDEO] Corvette Driver Escapes from Police as High-Speed Chase is Captured by Helicopter

Check out this crazy video taken from a helicopter as a Torch Red C7 Corvette weaves its way in and out of traffic last Tuesday night , narrowly avoiding a head-on collision at one point. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is still looking for the suspect, but they believe items left behind in the Corvette, including dry cleaning receipts, could help identify him.

Another Opinion: Teach students financial pitfalls

Too many Floridians know what it's like to look at their pay stub and almost swear they can see the numbers rolling backward - sometimes into the negative zone.

Push to limit local control could hurt state colleges, leaders say

State college leaders say a bill aimed at reducing waste and duplication between Florida's higher education institutions could hamstring their ability to meet local demands for graduates with bachelors degrees. The proposal, which cleared a preliminary vote in a Senate subcommittee meeting last week, would cap the percentage of state college students enrolled in baccalaureate degree programs, transfer oversight to a community college board and rename the state colleges, which would once again be known as community colleges.

18-year-old dies in Thanksgiving crash in Port Orange

An 18-year-old woman was killed Thanksgiving morning after her vehicle crashed at the corner of Taylor Road and Journey's End Way in Port Orange, police said. Port Orange police responded shortly after 11:45 a.m. and found Summer Ferreira, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Black Friday still a big draw for Volusia holiday shoppers

DAYTONA BEACH - Despite growing opportunities to go bargain-hunting on Thanksgiving Day, Antoinette Arcuri and other Black Friday purists still favor a shopping ritual that starts after the holiday. "It's a tradition," said Arcuri, 51, who arrived at the Volusia Mall with her daughter and son-in-law at roughly 3:30 a.m. to claim a spot at the front of the line when the doors opened at 6 a.m. on Friday.

Shoppers brave elements, long lines to cash in on Thanksgiving day deals

Daytona Beach - By the time the doors opened at Best Buy on Thursday, Ralph DeMattia had been waiting outside for 38 hours - and he wasn't the first in line. That honor fell to John Paul George Budanio of Port Orange, who since Wednesday morning had been glamping just outside the front entrance.

Port Orange security guard gets life for strangling, trying to rape woman

A Port Orange security guard who should have been protecting a woman at her Orlando apartment building instead was convicted Friday of killing her and trying to rape her. Stephen Duxbury, 35, was sentenced to the mandatory life in prison after being found guilty of first-degree murder for strangling Sasha Samsudean. Duxbury was also convicted of attempted sexual battery with a deadly weapon or force and burglary with assault or battery.

Testimony resumes in security guard's murder trial

An Orange County deputy escorts defendant Stephen Duxbury after he testified at the Orange County Courthouse on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017. An Orange County deputy escorts defendant Stephen Duxbury after he testified at the Orange County Courthouse on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.

Overhaul of state college system advances in Senate

A plan to create a statewide board to oversee Florida's state and community colleges advanced Monday, while college presidents raised objections to a proposed cap on four-year degrees and a stricter performance measure for graduation that are part of the legislation. The bill , sponsored by Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, cleared the Senate Education Committee in an 8-2 vote.

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