Port Orange Local Business
Local business in Port Orange, FL
18 hrs ago | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Nearly every day for the past month, Wesley Copelin and his 4-year-old son, Max, have combed through Port Orange parks scouring for colorful stones to pile onto their collection. It's a hobby that's rocked Volusia County as a couple of thousand locals have joined the hunt for stones tucked away in hideaways in the cities they know as home. Comment?
Friday Feb 17 | via National Mortgage News
When Pam Harrington bought the beachside house at 8 Talo Circle in Port Orange, Fla., in December 2004, she figured she got it for a steal at $230,000. After all, the three-bedroom, two-bath house was in good condition and just a couple of blocks from the ocean. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Among the things that have become clear as Volusia County travels a circuitous path toward finding a new way to help the homeless are that agreeing upon a solution isn't going to be easy, and it's not going to happen quickly. That reality was reinforced Tuesday at a meeting of a new nonprofit board that was expected to choose one of two options for creating a new homeless shelter, either in modular buildings on city property west of I-95 or in structures made with tensile fabric that could be put on the same piece of city land or county property across the street. Comment?
Saturday Feb 11 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
PORT ORANGE - When Pam Harrington bought the beachside house at 8 Talo Circle in December 2004, she figured she got it for a steal at $230,000. After all, the three-bedroom, two-bath house was in good condition and just a couple of blocks from the ocean. Comment?
Sunday Feb 5 | via Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
For some cable television customers in the Volusia-Flagler area, a change from Bright House Networks to Spectrum, a brand owned by Stamford, Connecticut-based media giant Charter Communications, has been a less-than-smooth transition. “I have had a terrible experience with them thus far,” said Randy Cadenhead, 59, of Port Orange, a retired police officer who has been a Bright House customer for 20 years. Comment?
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