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Port Orange Tattoo Parlor Files Fraud Report for Incident with Suspected Scammers Wed, Aug 22, 2018 Port Orange, FL – A local tattoo parlor has filed a fraud report following an incident with possible scammers posing as charity collection volunteers. The Port Orange Police Department (POPD) were called by employees of Port Orange Tattoo and ... Read More

Residents Plan Show of Force in Opposition to Proposed Cell Tower at tonight’s City Council Meeting Tue, Aug 21, 2018 Port Orange, FL - More than 100 pages were submitted by a galvanized contingent of area residents as supporting documentation to refute the need for a proposed cell tower near the Countryside subdivision of Port Orange. If attendance at last month&r... Read More

Parks and Rec Department to Host Pop-Up Park Event Tue, Aug 21, 2018 Port Orange, FL - On August 24th, Port Orange’s Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a Pop-Up Park event at Riverwalk Park from 6 PM - 8 PM. Free hotdogs, chips, and a drink will be provided to the first 100 people to attend. The ev... Read More

County School Board Approves Donations to Local Schools Fri, Aug 17, 2018 At the most recent Volusia County School Board meeting, held August 14, 2018, the Board approved donations made to several county schools totaling nearly $100,000. Port Orange schools received $17, 375 of the $95,498.33 in donated funds. Port Orange... Read More

Volusia Schools Celebrate First Day with Introduction of Guardian Program Mon, Aug 13, 2018 Doors were opened, bells rang, and more than 63,000 thousand students returned to school in Volusia County for the 2019-2019 school year. New to schools this year is the presence of a Sheriff’s Deputy or School Guardian at every school. Previo... Read More

United Way Seeking Reading Volunteers for New School Year Fri, Aug 10, 2018 Port Orange, FL - A child who starts behind, stays behind and may never graduate from high school – that’s the challenge facing the United Way and specifically the ReadingPal program, which pairs volunteers with children who are just lear... Read More

City Council Continues to Discuss Designated Port Orange Ambulance Fri, Aug 10, 2018 Port Orange, FL - During a City Council meeting on August 7, 2018 two citizens discussed the ambulance issue that has become a popular topic in Port Orange in recent weeks, which allowed several City Council members to discuss their thoughts on the i... Read More

Council Awards City Facility Landscaping Contract to Local, Lowest Bidder Thu, Aug 09, 2018 Port Orange, FL - At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting much discussion focused on the large contract up for bid that covers the landscaping and mowing of Port Orange City facilities and other areas detailed in the specific contract. The con... Read More

School Board to Consider Youth Mental Health Training for All District Staff Wed, Aug 08, 2018 Port Orange, FL – When the Volusia County School Board meets next week, many action items could result in direct benefits to the 63,000 students in the county’s public schools, specifically a motion for Board Member consent to apply for g... Read More

Fire Chief Urges Addressing Ambulance Shortage
Fire Chief Urges Addressing Ambulance Shortage Mon, Aug 06, 2018 Port Orange, FL - Volusia County has an ambulance shortage according to Port Orange Fire Chief Ken Fustin. In fact, he’s never seen one quite like this county’s problem and he’s spent many years working in fire departments. Other c... Read More

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