Orlando & Orange County

On April 13, 2011, students are scheduled for a full school day instead of being released early.
On Saturday, August 15th, Commissioner Tiffany Moore Russell, Orange County District 6, will host, in collaboration with The Chris Johnson Foundation a Back to School Community Event at the Hal Marston/Northwest Community Centers. The theme for this event is “School Days Are Here Again.”
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The Florida Lottery today announced that the Wednesday, September 9, POWERBALL® drawing resulted in a rollover, producing a $81 million jackpot for the next drawing.
Orange County Public Schools once again received a district grade of A from the Florida Department of Education. A total of 101 schools earned a grade of A during the 2009-2010 school year, including 88 schools that maintained the grade of A.
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Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer invites Central Florida residents to join him in cheering on our Eastern Conference Champions. At noon on Thursday, June 4, Mayor Dyer will host a pep rally at City Hall in Downtown Orlando.
Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association General Counsel Samantha Padgett and the FRLA Central FL Chapter will host a networking breakfast and 2019 Florida Legislative preview on Thursday, February 21st.
This year, the PIT Count found that 2,074 homeless individuals in Central Florida were determined to be homeless on the evening of the count. The group identified 1,522 homeless individuals in Orange County.