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About: orlando, florida

Located in the central region of the state, Orlando was originally the center of a major citrus-growing region, and is now an urban city with various industries. The area is a major tourist destination, home of the Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld, and also about 21 miles northeast of the Walt Disney World Resort. These attractions helped make Orlando the third most visited American city among travelers.

Population: 230519
Local Newspapers: Orlando Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Orlando Magic (NBA) Orlando Predators (Arena Football League)
Local Colleges: University of Central Florida

Zip Codes associated with orlando, florida: 32703 32801 32803 32804 32805 32806 32807 32808 32809 32810 32811 32812 32817 32818 32819 32820 32821 32822 32824 32825 32826 32827 32828 32829 32832 32833 32835 32837 32839 34734
Towns/Cities near orlando, florida : Winter Park Oviedo Altamonte Springs Maitland Azalea Park Goldenrod Ocoee Oak Ridge Pine Hills Fairview Shores

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Introducing CareSpot Urgent Care | Orlando Health

Newswise - Orlando, FL In the coming weeks, work crews will begin installing new signage to reflect the recently completed transaction between CareSpot Urgent Care and Orlando Health. For patients, the new partnership provides the ability to seamlessly connect to a broad spectrum of health care from urgent to acute within their own communities, close to home.

Irma challenges Florida grocery pipeline

Hurricane Irma impacted Central Florida between September 10-11, 2017. These are the images that chronicled her impact, as captured by the Orlando Sentinel staff.

The Latest: After review, FGCU will hold December graduation

The Latest on Florida schools reopening and power outages remaining as state recovers from Hurricane Irma : The school thought it would need to push the commencement ceremony back to possibly January because of the impact of Hurricane Irma on its academic calendar and questions as to whether the on-campus Alico Arena could host such an event. But FGCU President Mike Martin says a deal was struck to hold the commencement in smaller bites, doing so by college.

The Latest: Irma-displaced students can take virtual classes

Gov. Rick Scott announced Monday that Florida Virtual School will provide remote access to educational resources to all Florida students who were displaced by the massive storm. FLVS will also provide access to digital educational materials to help the hardest hit school districts as they work to return to normal operations.

Bulletproof body armor and helmets coming to Broward paramedics

Broward County's firefighter-paramedics are used to wearing protective gear for battling blazes. Now they'll be getting new protection - body armor vests and helmets - for when they're assisting victims in incidents involving guns or other dangerous weapons.

Hurricanes set to practice in Orlando to get ready for Toledo

In preparation for their face-off against Toledo on Sept. 23, the No. 14-ranked Miami Hurricanes have already planned where they will be practicing for the next week.

Catholic church music director investigated on child-exploitation charges

A Catholic church music director who was hired by the Diocese of Orlando and was going to work at St. James Cathedral is being investigated for possible child exploitation, the church website in New York stated on its website. James Wustrow had been scheduled to become the new music director for the diocese and the cathedral at 215 N. Orange Ave. in downtown Orlando on Nov. 1, according to an Orlando church website post that apparently had been taken down Friday.

7 things to know today and Orlando gets an F on list of best metros for millennials

Good morning, Orlando! A new report from Apartment List gave Orlando an F when it comes to best metros for millennials.

Copernicus says the Florida Project is a highlight of Tiff.

Having already played at Cannes, THE FLORIDA PROJECT had serious buzz around it coming into this year's Toronto International Film Festival, and rightly so. It is a movie like no other, one that opens your eyes to an issue all around us that no one talks about.

Thank meteorologists for Irma's lower death toll

During a hurricane in 1900, a storm surge rose out of the Gulf of Mexico and annihilated Galveston, Texas, killing about 8,000 men, women and children.

Hurricane Irma: With most lights back on, Central Florida seeks a return to normalcy

Steve Prince and his reptiles weren't at Lake Eola Park last week, a rarity over the past 30 years. Prince, his bearded dragon and two ball pythons returned to their regular boulder by the lake under sunny skies Sunday, where Prince enjoys teaching children about the reptiles each week.

Queens Of The Stone Age Balance Chaos And Professionalism At Riot Fest

As I've noted before, I was born and raised in Orlando, Florida, and about a decade and a half ago, MTV began taping live specials at our local Hard Rock Live. These were typically stiff and awkward affairs.

Lake County man goes from alligator wrestler to reptile scientist

Nick Clark was 33 and coming off a $72,000-a-year salary when someone asked him to wrestle alligators at Gatorland for $6 an hour. But to him, grappling with dinosaurs was progress.

Disney unveiled new 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' toys that reveal some spoilers about the movie

Hasbro unveiled a bunch of new "Star Wars" toys at its first annual HasCon event. Among the reveals are a bunch of new action figures for "The Last Jedi," and they do not disappoint.

No bride's dress? No problem

In a Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 photo provided by the Orange County government Lauren Durham and Michael Davis kiss after they are married at the Orange County Convention Center in Orange, Fla.

Sesame Street, SeaWorld plan more joint parks

ORLANDO, Fla. - Muppets fans are going to have more places to ask the question, "Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?" SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. and the non-profit behind Sesame Street announced Thursday that they are expanding their partnership to build another theme park by 2021, and possibly add more U.S. parks in the years beyond.

Tropical Storm Maria forms in the Atlantic, heads toward Caribbean

ORLANDO, Fla. - Tropical Storm Maria has formed in the Atlantic and is expected to strengthen as it heads toward some of the same Caribbean islands impacted from Hurricane Irma.

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