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“3 Moms” Town Halls Focus On School Board Performance

“3 Moms” Town Halls Focus On School Board Performance

Port Orange, FL – 3 public town halls will be held throughout Volusia County this week by a group of moms who have big issues with the way the Volusia County School Board does its business. The first of those “3 Moms” town halls will take place at 6:30 PM Monday at Port Orange’s Creekside […]

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Shores Strip Club & Employees Sue Over Human Trafficking Ordinance

Shores Strip Club & Employees Sue Over Human Trafficking Ordinance

Daytona Beach Shores, FL – The only adult entertainment club in Daytona Beach Shores and some of its employees are suing the city for passing an ordinance they claim violates their rights. The owner of Biggins on State Road A1A and 2 workers say the ordinance – which city officials say was passed last December […]

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Port Orange Man Dead & 3 Hurt In I-4 Wreck In Daytona Beach

Port Orange Man Dead & 3 Hurt In I-4 Wreck In Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, FL – A 29-year-old Port Orange man is dead following an accident on Interstate 4 in Daytona Beach early Saturday morning. The Florida Highway Patrol says it happened around 5:45 AM on the eastbound side at Mile Marker 131. That’s near where I-4 meets Interstate 95. FHP Sergeant Kim Montes says 2 vehicles […]

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Manhunt Underway In Palm Coast Following I-95 Accident

Manhunt Underway In Palm Coast Following I-95 Accident

UPDATE (02-06-16): An off-duty deputy found Booth hiding in a shed at a home on Big Horn Drive in Palm Coast around 5 o’clock this morning. He’s now in FCSO custody. The second man is still on the loose. Earlier reporting below. Palm Coast, FL – A search is underway for a wanted man out […]

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Renovated Volusia County Council Chambers Make Debut

Renovated Volusia County Council Chambers Make Debut

DeLand, FL – The place where the Volusia County Council meets gets a facelift nearly 30 years after it was first built. The new Frank T. Bruno Council Chambers made its debut during Thursday’s VCC meeting following an over 2-month renovation that cost nearly $600,000. It was the first time the chambers have been renovated […]

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Daytona Beach Condo Sales Off To Solid Start In 2016

Daytona Beach Condo Sales Off To Solid Start In 2016

Daytona Beach, FL – Condominium sales in the Daytona Beach market get off to a solid start in 2016. The latest Multiple Listing Service report shows 88 condos and condotels were sold last month in the Daytona Beach area for a median price of $155,500. That’s 2 fewer than the number sold the January prior […]

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Ormond Beach Recognized As 2016 Healthy Weight Community Champion

Ormond Beach Recognized As 2016 Healthy Weight Community Champion

Ormond Beach, FL- Ormond Beach has been named a 2016 Healthy Weight Community Champion by the State Surgeon General & Secretary John Armstrong, MD, FACS, for the third consecutive year. This year, 80 communities are Healthy Weight Champions.  Dr. Armstrong has made healthy weight a top priority for Florida as obesity has become a national epidemic.  […]

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Flagler Sheriff Hosts 2nd Polar Plunge For Special Olympics

Flagler Sheriff Hosts 2nd Polar Plunge For Special Olympics

Flagler County, FL-Everyone’s invited to the second law enforcement Polar Plunge, featuring a dip in refreshingly cool water, costume contests, music and refreshments, to benefit Special Olympics. This family-friendly event is set for 10 a.m. at Veterans Park in Flagler Beach on Saturday, Feb. 6. It is sponsored by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, the […]

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Downtown DeLand To Host Dog Parade And Craft Beer Festival Saturday

Downtown DeLand To Host Dog Parade And Craft Beer Festival Saturday

DeLand, FL – Dogs and drafts will be on tap in downtown DeLand this weekend. At 11 a.m. Saturday, canines will show off their country’s pride in the 18th annual Mardi Gras on MainStreet Dog Parade and Festival. The parade, organized by non-profit organization Krewe of Amalee, will feature a “Patriotic Pups” theme. The parade […]

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Two More DUI Saturation Patrols Set For This Month

Two More DUI Saturation Patrols Set For This Month

Volusia County, FL- The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office later this week will kick off the first of two DUI saturation patrols slated for the month of February. The stepped up enforcement is part of an ongoing effort to improve road safety and reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by impaired drivers. The saturation […]

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Volusia Libraries Take Part In Snapshot Day Feb. 17th

Volusia Libraries Take Part In Snapshot Day Feb. 17th

Volusia County, FL-The Volusia County Public Library system’s 13 library branches are participating in Library Snapshot Day, Feb. 17, by collecting statistics, comments and photographs from a typical day, showing how patrons are using their libraries. “We invite residents to stop by to use computers, check out materials, attend a program, visit with library staff, and […]

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Local Author To Present Tips On Writing, Publishing – And Roping

Local Author To Present Tips On Writing, Publishing – And Roping

Daytona Beach, FL- Local author, publisher, humorist and rope artist William A. Cummins will spin tall tales and offer tips on writing and how to publish one’s work during an appearance at Daytona State College on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Cummins will appear with his spinning rope and pepper his presentation, “We Never Told You This,” with a good […]

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Good December Wraps Up Solid Year For Volusia Hoteliers

Good December Wraps Up Solid Year For Volusia Hoteliers

Daytona Beach, FL – 2015 ended strong for hoteliers throughout Volusia County. The latest report from Mid-Florida Marketing & Research – the company responsible for gathering and analyzing all kinds of tourism-related data for the county – shows a 63% hotel occupancy rate for the entire year. That’s 3% above the 60% posted for 2014 […]

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Armed Man Leaves Store After Failed Attempt To Steal Beer

Armed Man Leaves Store After Failed Attempt To Steal Beer

Daytona Beach, FL – Detectives are looking for a man who was armed with a gun when he tried to steal beer from a Walmart. The Daytona Beach Police Department says it happened around 5 PM Thursday at the store on 1101 Beville Road. That’s near the South Nova Road intersection. Walmart loss prevention workers […]

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Record Rain Pelts Daytona Beach As Cold Front Comes In

Record Rain Pelts Daytona Beach As Cold Front Comes In

Daytona Beach, FL – A record amount of rain fell in the Daytona Beach area as a nice blast of cold will follow the rain for the weekend and into next week. That’s the word from the National Weather Service after 2.30 inches of rain fell at Daytona Beach International Airport Thursday night, breaking the […]

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DBPD: Man Stole Nearly $10,000 In Sunglasses From 2 Stores

DBPD: Man Stole Nearly $10,000 In Sunglasses From 2 Stores

Daytona Beach, FL – Investigators want your help to find a man they think stole nearly $10,000 in sunglasses from at least 2 stores. The Daytona Beach Police Department released security video Thursday of the suspect in several shoplifting incidents at 2 Sunglass Hut locations in the city. That video is posted above this article. […]

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County Council Votes Against Homeless Shelter Funding Plan

County Council Votes Against Homeless Shelter Funding Plan

DeLand, FL – The Volusia County Council shoots down a new proposal to give money for a proposed homeless shelter to be owned and operated by the City of Daytona Beach. By a 4-3 vote at Thursday’s meeting, the VCC denied the motion from District 2 Representative Josh Wagner to give the city $3 million […]

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Old Tree Root Leads To Boil Water Notice For Port Orange

Old Tree Root Leads To Boil Water Notice For Port Orange

UPDATE (02-06-16) : Boil Water Notice is lifted for all affected areas as of 9 AM Saturday. Earlier reporting below. Port Orange, FL – Part of Port Orange is under a boil water notice due to a water line break. The city’s Public Utilities Department issued the order just after 2 PM Thursday for select […]

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