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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

Port Orange News
Deputies: 2 teens steal Corvette, guns in Port Orange crime spree

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - A 19-year-old and 14-year-old were arrested in a crime spree that included burglary, car thefts, car burglaries and stolen guns, Volusia County deputies said.

Student safety a concern as Volusia, Flagler schools empty during solar eclipse

As excitement for Monday's solar eclipse radiates throughout Volusia County, concerns about student safety are also flaring up among teachers and parents with school bells sending students on their way home during the height of the solar event. While Volusia County School District officials weighed all options for their more than 63,000 students, spokeswoman Nancy Wait said the district decided to follow the approach of many other Florida school districts and release their students at their normal times.

3 Things to Do Friday

Featuring Dian and Dave Bailey Live with music you can dance to. Entry is $5 and includes refreshments.

Volusia history not exempt from white-supremacist activity

This was the home to Mary McLeod Bethune and the historically black university she founded. This is a city founded by and named for a Midwestern abolition advocate, Matthias Day.

Animal hoarding bill would require psychological exams

An effort to steer those convicted of hoarding animals toward mental-health assistance will be revived with one of the first bills filed for the next legislative session. Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, has proposed a bill that would create a legal definition for animal hoarding and make the act of hoarding a third-degree felony.

City asks residents to share 'Port Orange moments'

The former mayor, who was born and raised here, remembers watching Fireball Roberts race on the beach and seeing spoil islands crop up on the Intracoastal Waterway. He recalls when there was no Dunlawton Avenue, let alone a Dunlawton Avenue causeway.

Janice Ellen Hardy McKerley

Mrs. Janice Ellen Hardy McKerley, age 71, of Port Orange, Florida, passed away Wednesday, August 2, 2017. She was born July 4, 1946 in Austell, Georgia, the daughter of Mrs. Virginia Green Hardy and the late Mr. Clyde Hardy.

Study will look at statewide school funding formula that critics say is unfair

The Orange County Public School district's new Windermere High School, on August 2, 2017. A study will go forward on the state's redistribution of money from poorer to wealthier school districts in a funding formula a Volusia County critic called "backwards Robin Hood."

'Good Samaritan' legislation soughta

Hundreds attended the funeral for Jamel Dunn on Saturday afternoon at the Zion Orthodox Primitive Baptist Church in Cocoa. Many wore traditional dark clothing, while many wore red at the request of the family.

Daytona residents, city commission at odds over pot dispensaries

Last fall, 71 percent of state voters supported making medical marijuana available to more Floridians battling excruciating illnesses like cancer and Parkinson's disease. In Daytona Beach, the support was even stronger.

Budget constraints force late change to Atlantic High schedule

The coming school year at Atlantic High is full of promise as a new principal takes command and oversees the school's transition into Volusia's second all-academies high school. But, just days before classes resume, some parents and students are disappointed to learn the school district has reneged on another promised innovation: an eight-period block schedule.

Hoarding's Toll: Port Orange case shines light on mental illness effects

When the animal control officer reached the top of the stairs, she couldn't breathe. Ammonia hung in the air so strong she couldn't enter the home without her eyes stinging and watering.

Back-to-school shopping means tax breaks for Florida families

Starting Friday and lasting through Sunday, the holiday means customers can skip the sales tax on purchases of clothes and shoes costing up to $60; school supplies up to $15; and personal computers and related accessories at $750 or less. "Basically, it's just a good way to save a little bit of money so why spend it if you don't have to?" said Miller, visiting Volusia County from Tampa with her family.

End 'backwards Robin Hood' effect in school funding formula

Makisha Odom, reading assistant, left, tutors Adriel Cotto, 6, a first grader at Eccleston Elementary Nov. 28, 2016, in an Orange County Public Schools 'Read2Succeed' program. Odom works for The Foundation for Orange County Public Schools.

Florida marijuana charge against Nebraska receiver dropped

A misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession against Nebraska receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. has been dropped. Teammate Antonio Reed is scheduled to go to trial next month on misdemeanor drug charges stemming from the same traffic stop in Florida last spring.

Jimmy Hula's, offices, pier among doings Down Under

PORT ORANGE - The popular riverside restaurants under the Dunlawton Avenue bridge could be getting some competition in the form of a Jimmy Hula's "surf shack." The fast-casual eatery would be the second Jimmy Hula's for franchisees Jose and Vanessa Cifuentes, who debuted the first Volusia County franchise location in the Granada Plaza in Ormond Beach last year. The couple are also looking at bringing the Winter Park-based chain to Flagler County in the future.

Scientists: Sea Level Rise Accelerating Along Florida Coast

Clay Henderson has lived on the same block along the Indian River in New Smyrna Beach for 34 years. Living in a storm-prone state like Florida, you expect to see a river top its bank on occasion, but only in the past two years has Henderson seen it happen on sunny days.

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AT&T High Speed Internet service is available in Port Orange, Florida. With AT&T Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of Port Orange, Florida can sign up for AT&T Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, AT&T High Speed Internet service enables Port Orange residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, AT&T Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, AT&T Internet offers Port Orange a great Internet product, for less.

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