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Orange City

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  • Duo busted after victim spotted them in stolen car

    The victim dialed 911 to report his Saturn had been stolen from the driveway. Then, six hours later, the victim caught a lucky break and called 911 again — from a bus — to report seeing the stolen Saturn traveling on an Orange City...
  • FloriDUH 2011: From sex on the beach for hours ¿ to sex on the street. What a long, strange trip it's been

    Farewell, 2011. Maybe good riddance would be more appropriate. And thank you, DUH-heads, for reading FloriDUH. Hope you laughed as hard reading these FloriDUH chronicles as we did reporting them, for the most part. So, to wrap-up the year, we at...
  • Cops: Man robbed bank, spent money on losing lottery tickets

    Ronald Paul Silva must have been feeling lucky and banked on getting a winning lottery ticket. Cops say Silva, 60, robbed an Orange City then took stolen loot — all $130 — to a Kangaroo store down the street where he blew his wad on...
  • 9/19: Progressions in Central Florida

    Architects J. Travis Kerr has become a full partner in Architects in Association Rood, Zwick & Kerr in Cocoa. Boards of Directors Jim Hester was appointed secretary and member of executive board of Florida's Vision Quest in Orange City. Officers for...
  • Check out election results from Central Florida races

    Check out election results from Central Florida races
    Below are available election results from 22 races from four counties holding municipal elections around Central Florida -- Lake, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia from Nov. 8, 2011. Results may not be complete. Lake County elections include races in...
  • FDLE: Nothing criminal in Orange City councilman's child sex fantasy email

    Orange City Councilman Tom Abraham made no apologies for the content of sexually suggestive emails he sent using his city email account on a city-issued iPad after the FDLE determined there was no basis for a criminal investigation, reports The Daytona...
  • Apparent lightning strike destroys DeBary church

    An apparent lightning strike destroyed a well-known DeBary church tonight, sending huge fireballs into the sky. First Presbyterian Church at 267 E. Highbanks Road caught fire about 9:40 p.m. Witnesses said they heard a loud clap of thunder and saw...
  • Mourners gather to remember boy, 4, killed by beach driver

    Mourners gather to remember boy, 4, killed by beach driver
    Dozens of mourners gathered Friday in Orange City for a private memorial service for Aiden Patrick, the 4-year-old Deltona boy killed last weekend in a beach-driving crash on New Smyrna Beach. Aiden was the second 4-year-old to be killed on Volusia...
  • Manatees, Morse Museum are must-dos

    Central and East Florida Gaze at Tiffany glass (Winter Park): On Park Avenue in fashionable Winter Park, the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of Art is a hidden gem known for housing the most comprehensive collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The...
  • Basic tax rates for Central Florida cities and counties

    How to get the most benefit from portability Portability allows Florida homeowners to transfer their Save Our Homes tax break when they move within Florida. That will save those homeowners thousands of dollars a year compared with what they would have...
  • Two Volusia tickets grab share of Fantasy 5 jackpot

     
    Two tickets purchased in southwest Volusia County grabbed a share of Friday night's Fantasy 5 jackpot. One was a Quick Pick purchased at the Racetrac at 1298 Saxon Blvd., Orange City. I frequented that store a lot when I worked in a Sentinel office...
  • Is college for everyone?

     
    Item: A new Volusia County high school, located in Orange City – a place with neither colleges nor universities – has been named University High School. Why? To emphasize higher education. Item: The Florida Legislature has passed a law...