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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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Teens, adults in Volusia and Flagler counties demonstrate in...

Stephanie Shea remembers when a phone call from her children's school meant nothing more than one of her boys was feeling sick and wanted to come home. Shea, who attended a downtown demonstration with her two sons, said messages from your child's school shouldn't have to start that way.

Teachers' union change stripped from education bill

The Senate Education Committee on Tuesday rejected a House proposal that could force teachers' unions to disband if their membership falls below half of the employees they represent.

Volusia-Flagler Public Defender James Purdy to retire

Seventh Circuit Public Defender James Purdy said he will retire at the end of his current term in 2020 after 16 years in office in part to spend more time firing cannons. Purdy, who is a volunteer at the historic Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine, is in his fourth four-year term as public defender.

Major education issues hold session key

Florida lawmakers will use the last three weeks of the 2018 session to decide the fate of a number of major education bills that address everything from school bullying to teachers to university tuition.

Port Orange woman arrested in meat thermometer stabbing

Susan Ferris, 39, was arrested Sunday near her home on charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and child neglect. She was being held Monday without bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail.

Port Orange employee dies in 1st known flu fatality in Volusia this season

A long-time employee of the city of Port Orange died Tuesday from complications of the flu, making her the first known flu-related fatality reported in Volusia County. Lisa Ferrara-Daly, 48, spent most of her 16-year employment with the police department and much of that time was spent as an animal control officer.

Port Orange police lose longtime employee to flu complications

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Port Orange officer won't be ticketed in Boat Bar wreck

A Port Orange police officer, who slammed into two parked cars over the weekend will not be cited because he was on a police call, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Officer Jason Robert Raynor, 23, had left the scene of call and was headed to another call with his emergency equipment activated when he could not navigate a turn and crashed into two parked vehicles, said FHP's Sgt.

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Discussion of "True Grit" by Charles Portis. Ann Collins, from Deltona Library, will address the novel's themes, including the meaning of "grit," concepts of bravery and justice, and the legacy of American Western values.

Port Orange police car smashes into 2 vehicles outside Boat Bar

A Port Orange police officer was heading north along U.S. 1  in his patrol car Saturday afternoon, but he wasn't able to hug the curve when he tried to turn onto Niver Street. The careening car smashed against a 1993 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and a 2010 Jeep Patriot.

Anticipating end to ECHO, Port Orange to study its own rec tax

Port Orange leaders have been ruminating on the idea of a new community center for over a year, but a recent suggestion on how to pay for it is sure to shake up advocates of the Volusia County ECHO program. On Tuesday, City Council members were among those who decried what some say has been a paltry return on city taxpayers' investment into ECHO - the environmental, cultural, historical, outdoors projects that compete for tax dollars.

VIDEO: Volusia deputy slams Spruce Creek student to ground

A deputy threw a 16-year-old student to the floor at Spruce Creek High on Friday and school staff restrained a 15-year-old student who was charging toward the deputy, according to cellphone video footage provided to The Daytona Beach News-Journal. A Volusia County Sheriff's report states that the elder student cursed at school staff, balled his fists and took "an aggressive fighting stance" before the school resource officer, identified in the report as deputy James Moore, stepped in and flung him to the atrium floor.

At DJ's Deck, tiki hut is stylish storm recovery

PORT ORANGE – It takes a lot to compete with the riverfront view at DJ's Deck, a seafood eatery and raw bar that has been a fixture in the shadow of the Dunlawton Avenue bridge for nearly two decades. This week, however, the Halifax River had competition from a newly installed tiki hut on the restaurant's namesake deck, a rustic, eye-catching addition that rises to a peak 28 feet above the picnic tables that seat 180 diners beneath its shady shelter.

'Madama Butterfly' puts Port Orange 11-year-old on stage Updated at

I really loved it so I did it all these years until now," the 11-year-old said. Now in the fifth grade at Port Orange's Horizon Elementary School, Neumeyer has run with his parent's suggestion.

Mother of missing daughter remains determined 8 years later

Lauretta Rogers' pain hasn't tapered a bit in eight years and neither has her determination to keep her daughter's memory alive and her name on the minds of those responsible for investigating her disappearance. Laurel Rogers, 28, grabbed her purse and walked out of her Port Orange home the evening of Feb. 1, 2010.

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Woman dragged from Port Orange gas station by armed man, police say

Port Orange police are investigating what appears to have been an armed kidnapping at the Spruce Creek Shell gas station Thursday afternoon, an official said. Just before 6 p.m., a man and woman arrived together at the gas station at 5784 Taylor Branch Road, according to Port Orange Police Department Detective Sergeant Thomas Aiken, but the woman removed several bags from the car and entered the store alone while talking on her phone to arrange for an unknown person to come pick her up.

Man dies after he's found floating in Port Orange park lake

A man discovered unresponsive and floating in a lake at Memorial Park in Port Orange died after being rushed to the hospital, authorities said. The man, whose name has not been released, was discovered by someone shortly before 4 p.m. Wednesday floating in the water at 3801 Jackson St., according to police.

Authorities: Volusia County fire lieutenant arrested on felony domestic violence charge

Law enforcement radio chatter shortly after 5:30 p.m. indicated that Volusia sheriff's deputies were headed to arrest a fire lieutenant at his workplace on a felony domestic violence charge. Sheriff Mike Chitwood confirmed that his deputies arrested Volusia County Fire Services Lt.

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