Orange City

Orange City man, 67, arrested on charges of downloading porn images of children as young as 2 years old

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James Otis YoungORANGE CITY -- James Otis Young is a 67-year-old man who lives alone just outside the Orange City limits, the lines on his face giving away his age. But Young had a deep-seeded dirty secret, according to Volusia County deputies who arrested him Monday: Images of 10 pre-pubescent children in various sex acts with each other were seized from his home computer, according to a charging affidavit released to the media with the announcement of his incarceration at the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach.

National Weather Service: Flood advisory for New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange, Orange City, Lake Helen & Deltona

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Weather for Volusia CountyExpect more thunderstorms over the next 18 hours before sunny skies return Tuesday to greater Daytona Beach, according to the National Weather Service. The weather as shown at left is as of Sunday night.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The National Weather Service has issued an urban and small stream flood advisory for the Volusia County cities of New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange, Orange City, Lake Helen and Deltona until 9 p.m.

The advisory was issued at 6:58 p.m. from the National Weather Service in Melboune, following a fast-moving thunderstorm.

Pets can count on Sophie's Circle in New Smyrna Beach and in Orange City

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The local unemployment rate is above 8 percent. More animals go hungry each day. See a connection? Hundreds of local families are not making enough money to pay for basic necessities. Granted there are government-run and personally-run programs that assist people in hard times but what about their pets?

Deputy airlifted in Orange City crash; motorist dead in 2nd accident

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ORANGE CITY -- A Volusia County deputy was airlifted to Halifax Health Medical Center after his cruiser was struck by another motorist just before 6 this morning on Graves Avenue and an hour later, a motorist was killed in yet another accident on Ohio Avenue, according to initial reports from the Florida Highway Patrol.

The deputy was northbound on 17-92 when a southbound car turning left on Graves Avenue struck his driver's-side door. His injuries are not considered life threatening, but he was airlefted by the Sheriff's Air-One helicopter just to be on the safe side. The deputy's name wasn't immediately available.

Governor Scott orders review of government-run hospitals; significant for several Volusia hospital taxing districts including the one for troubled Bert Fish

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Courtesy photo / Gov. Scott has created a commission to review the viability of taxpayer-funded hospital districts.

TALLAHASSEE -- Governor Rick Scott signed today Executive Order 11-63, creating the Commission on Review of Taxpayer Funded Hospital Districts, which will consider whether government-run hospitals are in the best interest of taxpayers and recommend a cost-effective and efficient model for providing Florida with a health-care safety net.

Volusia Sheriff: Former music teacher accused of stealing instruments from University High School in Orange City confesses

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Courtesy photo / Former University High School music teacher James Morris, 26, is charged with 14 felony counts of dealing in stolen property for alleged thefts of musical instruments sold to cope with gambling debts.

ORANGE CITY -- When musical instruments started turning up missing at University High School in Orange City, school administrators initially had no clues or leads. But the investigation took an unexpected twist earlier this month that led to the school's former music teacher, 26-year-old James Morris.

Free movie tonight in Orange City's Dickinson Park

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Courtesy photo / Free Friday night movie in Dickinson Park.

movie night Friday ORANGE CITY -- Here's a Valentine’s Day free movie event. The City of Orange City will feature the movie “Valentine’s Day” at Dickinson Park 6:30 tonight.

There will be free popcorn and chocolates provided to all movie-goers. Bring blankets and chairs and enjoy this PG 13 movie. For more information, please call 386-775-5410.

'Good Old Fashioned Christmas Parade' Saturday in Orange City

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ORANGE CITY -- “A Good Old Fashioned Christmas” will be held Saturday, as the city esarlier in the day hosts its annual Christmas Village.

The Christmas Village will begin the day at 9 a.m. and last until 8 p.m., in Dickinson Park, on the corner of 17/92 and East Graves Avenue. The community is invited to browse booths selling handmade gifts and Christmas crafts. Anyone interested in obtaining a booth space—which costs $25 for each 10x10 spot—can go on Orange City’s website to fill out an application. Space is limited, so early registration is recommended.

Sheriff's Office: Orange City woman, 42, struck and killed after stepping in front of car on poorly lit road early Saturday in DeBary

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DEBARY -- A 42-year-old Orange City woman was struck and killed early Saturday after she sudenly stepped in front of a car on South Charles R. Beall Boulevard just a little south of its intersection with Dirksen Drive, a Volusia County Sheriff's spokesman said.

Sherrie Ann Morrison was pronounced dead at the scene of the 1:49 p.m. moments after stepping in front of a 2000 4-door BMW 528i, witnesses told responding deputies. No charges were filed against 41-year-old Corey Manuel of DeBary, who was uninjured and alone.

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