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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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As Halloween Creeps Up, 60-Foot Spider Arrives On Orlando's Biggest Web

ORLANDO, Fla: Friday the 13th brings the arrival of the newest addition to Orlando's Halloween scene: An invasion of spider-centric social media opportunities, including a 60-foot arachnid and 400-foot web , tailor made for sharing on the "Web." As the world's Halloween Vacation Capitala , Orlando features an unparalleled 10 weeks of highly-themed holiday experiences including seasonal attractions, special events, hotel packages, and even the largest horror convention in the nation.

Hindus celebrate 'joyous day' to culminate festival of lights

People celebrate the Hindu New Year at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir located on West Oak Rdge Road in south Orlando. Annakut, as practiced throughout BAPS Mandirs worldwide, is a devotion where numerous vegetarian food dishes are prepared by devotees and offered to the Mandir's sacred images.

Maker Faire Orlando a place for tinkerers

Artists, makers and other creatives will be at the fairgrounds this weekend for this year's Maker Faire Orlando. That's why he added a homemade speedometer to his skateboard, which he says is little more than a plank of wood with wheels on it.

Hurricane Irma victim died as he lived - helping others

A tree branch crashed through Barbi Knowlen's french doors early on Sept. 11, bringing Hurricane Irma's pounding wind and rain into her Winter Park home, Unsure of what to do, she said she called the man who was always there to help: her ex-husband Brian Buwalda.

the Room Parody Musical Oh Hi, Johnny! to Premiere in Orlando

OH HI, JOHNNY!, the un-authorized "The Room" parody musical will premiere in Orlando, Florida, in January 2018. Opening night is set for January 25th at the performance art space, The Venue.

Mayor Buddy Dyer backs Jim Gray, Regina Hill in Orlando council races

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer has endorsed commissioners Jim Gray and Regina Hill in the city's upcoming elections, which means he's backing all three incumbents up for re-election. Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer has endorsed commissioners Jim Gray and Regina Hill in the city's upcoming elections, which means he's backing all three incumbents up for re-election.

Hurricanes, earthquakes estimated to cost insurers $95 billion

Central Florida communities concerned about the cost of removing debris Hurricane Irma left behind may get relief from an order issued by President Donald Trump. Central Florida communities concerned about the cost of removing debris Hurricane Irma left behind may get relief from an order issued by President Donald Trump.

Physical inactivity and restless sleep exacerbate genetic risk of obesity

Low levels of physical activity and inefficient sleep patterns intensify the effects of genetic risk factors for obesity, according to results of a large-scale study presented at the American Society of Human Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla. These results confirm and strengthen previous findings based on self-reported activity.

Gov. Rick Scott recommends $1 million for day-school security in Florida

Florida Gov. Rick Scott announces that he will recommend $1 million for security at Jewish day schools in the state in his 2018-2019 budget. Florida Gov. Rick Scott announces that he will recommend $1 million for security at Jewish day schools in the state in his 2018-2019 budget.

Boy admits Deltona creepy clown story was made up, deputies say

Deltona coulrophobics can breathe a sigh of relief - the 11-year-old boy who reported he was chased by a creepy clown on Friday the 13th admitted he lied, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office on Thursday announced that after "multiple follow-ups" by deputies, the child who reported a detailed account of a scary brush with a clown in Deltona admitted it was a tall tale.

Police: Man caught on camera stealing dying man's belongings after crash

Orlando Police are seeking the public's help in identifying an unknown man they say was caught on camera stealing the belongings of a pedestrian struck by a car as he lay in the street dying. Orlando Police are seeking the public's help in identifying an unknown man they say was caught on camera stealing the belongings of a pedestrian struck by a car as he lay in the street dying.

Orlando airport gives peek at new shuttle train, parking garage, train station

The newest train in Central Florida dips, curves and echoes European sleekness during its three-minute, 1.25- mile dash between the existing and the future at Orlando International Airport. The newly installed shuttle system is slated to open by "the holidays," according to airport officials, linking the crowded terminal and parking garages with a new 2,400-space garage to the south where construction has begun on a second terminal.

Orlando chooses Susan Lilley as its first poet laureate

Susan Lilley, 64, an adjunct professor at Rollins College and teacher at Trinity Preparatory School, was one of three finalists for the new position and was chosen by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer after interviews. The Central Florida native, who grew up in Audubon Park and Winter Park and has lived in Orlando and in Maitland , will be officially introduced at the Monday City Council meeting.

Orlando Philharmonic Symphony Storytime Series Brings Favorite Children's Classics To Life

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra announces the Symphony Storytime Series presented by Orlando Health and Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. These concerts present live music for young children, ages three to seven by Orlando Philharmonic musicians, along with narration and beautiful hand-drawn illustrations that bring favorite children's classics to life.

Scott Joseph, Linda Stewart, Bill Sublette: Weekend TV guests

State Sen. Linda Stewart, D-Orlando, will be a guest on News 13's 'In Focus With Allison Walker-Torres' on Sunday. State Sen. Linda Stewart, D-Orlando, will be a guest on News 13's 'In Focus With Allison Walker-Torres' on Sunday.

Damages from Irma mount in Central Florida

Karen Blaydes and her neighbors survey the damage in front of their flooded houses on Lake Oaks Boulevard in Longwood, Friday, October 13, 2017. Karen Blaydes and her neighbors survey the damage in front of their flooded houses on Lake Oaks Boulevard in Longwood, Friday, October 13, 2017.

Central Florida school boards seek class-size waivers, other help after hurricanes

OCPS Superintendent Barbara Jenkins and School Board Chairman Bill Sublette welcome students and families from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands during a press conference at Orange County Public Schools administrative building in Orlando on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. OCPS Superintendent Barbara Jenkins and School Board Chairman Bill Sublette welcome students and families from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands during a press conference at Orange County Public Schools administrative building in Orlando on Tuesday, October 10, 2017.

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