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Palm Coast Man Charged For Helping His Mom Kill Herself

Palm Coast Man Charged For Helping His Mom Kill Herself

Palm Coast, FL – A Palm Coast man faces a manslaughter charge after he says he helped his elderly mother commit suicide. 62-year-old Richard Guyton Mathews (picture courtesy Flagler County Jail) was arrested Wednesday afternoon and is held on a $250,000 bond. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office says it all started around 7pm last February […]

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First Escalator Installed In Daytona Rising Project At DIS

First Escalator Installed In Daytona Rising Project At DIS

Daytona Beach, FL – The first of what should be a history-making number of escalators is in place at Daytona International Speedway. Speedway officials announced on Wednesday that they’ve raised and installed the first of 40 escalators (pictured above) as part of the frontstretch grandstand renovation project known as Daytona Rising. “Having the escalator installation […]

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Port Orange PD: Drunk Woman Uprooted Railroad Crossing Arm

Port Orange PD: Drunk Woman Uprooted Railroad Crossing Arm

Port Orange, FL – A Daytona Beach woman is out on bond after police say she was drunk when she drove her Toyota right into a railroad crossing arm. 27-year-old Sindy Cruz-Reyes (picture courtesy Volusia County Jail) of Sea Oats Circle posted $1,500 bond Wednesday on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI […]

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Team Volusia Adds Teledyne As Executive Level Investor

Team Volusia Adds Teledyne As Executive Level Investor

Volusia County, FL-Team Volusia has it’s fifteenth new Executive Committee level board member and it’s Teledyne Oil & Gas. Team Volusia announcing the company joins it’s highest Board of Directors designation. That is a $25,000 Executive Investor level. Teledyne Oil & Gas has over 400 employees in its Daytona Beach facility, which serves as the […]

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ISC, DIS, NASCAR Employees Mark Earth Day With Tree Planting

ISC, DIS, NASCAR Employees Mark Earth Day With Tree Planting

Daytona Beach, FL-Marking the celebration of Earth Day, employees of DIS, ISC and NASCAR planted trees at the Yvonne Scarlett-Golden Cultural and Educational Center today. The planting is part of NASCAR clean air programs. 35 trees were planted and 35 more will be donated and delivered to North Street Park in Daytona Beach. Approximately 30 […]

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18-Year-Old Charged In 2013 Oak Hill Fatal Crash

18-Year-Old Charged In 2013 Oak Hill Fatal Crash

Volusia County, FL-VCSO has charged a now 18-year-old man in the fatal Oak Hill accident that killed his cousin. The accident happened in July, 2013. Austen Goodrich was 17 when he was behind the wheel of a pickup truck deputies say was exceeding the speed limit when he lost control. The truck slid into a […]

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Master Gardener To Speak At DeBary Hall

Master Gardener To Speak At DeBary Hall

Volusia County, FL-Master gardener to speak at DeBary Hall Learn how to tend your Florida garden during a free lecture series at DeBary Hall Historic Site, 198 Sunrise Blvd. Howard Jeffries, a master gardener with the University of Florida/Volusia County Extension, will address these topics: ●       Pest control in the lawn and […]

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Legal Advice Clinic To Be Offered In Ormond Beach

Legal Advice Clinic To Be Offered In Ormond Beach

Ormond Beach, FL-Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida (CLSMF) will be holding its first clinic for residents on Thursday, May 1, 2014.  Following the initial clinic, CLSMF will hold a clinic on the firstThursday of each month.  The clinics will be held in Conference Room 103 in City Hall located at 22 S. Beach Street.  Conference Room 103 […]

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Join Book Discussion Group At DeLand Library

Join Book Discussion Group At DeLand Library

DeLand, FL-Area readers can share their opinions about “Hotel on the Corner ofBitter and Sweet” during two book discussion group meetings at 10 a.m.May 14 and 5:30 p.m. May 15 at the DeLand Regional Library.In this 2009 novel, author Jamie Ford chronicles the losses of old ageand the bewilderment of youth as he looks back on the internment ofJapanese-Americans […]

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DeLand Craft Program Turns Recycled Books Into Wreaths

DeLand Craft Program Turns Recycled Books Into Wreaths

DeLand, FL-Adults can transform a recycled book into a decorative wreath during a free craft program at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 6, at the DeLand Regional Library, 130 E. Howry Ave.Arts and crafts teacher Danette Olday will lead participants in the creation of one wreath to be taken home. Materials will be provided, and there is […]

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Thousands Gather In Daytona For Annual Easter Beach Run

Thousands Gather In Daytona For Annual Easter Beach Run

Daytona Beach, FL – An Easter tradition is alive and well in Daytona Beach. Daytona Beach firefighters were in full gear on the sand Saturday morning, joining thousands of others in the 47th annual Easter Beach Run at the Daytona Beach Pier. “This is Daytona Beach Fire Department’s way of bringing awareness to the profession […]

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‘Feed A Mouth, Get A Tree, Grow A Community’ At Palm Coast Arbor Day

‘Feed A Mouth, Get A Tree, Grow A Community’ At Palm Coast Arbor Day

Palm Coast, FL – Palm Coast’s love of trees and commitment to environmental sustainability will be celebrated at Arbor Day 2014 on Saturday, May 3 – a day-long event featuring a tree give-away, butterfly release and tent, food drive, pet food drive, run/walk, exhibits and fun activities for all ages. Arbor Day 2014 will be 9 a.m. to […]

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Two Volusia Schools Report FCAT Server Issues

Two Volusia Schools Report FCAT Server Issues

Volusia County, FL-Only two schools in Volusia County have reported issues with the FCAT server being experienced in public schools in other Central Florida counties. The issue is with the FCAT Pearson server. Some county school systems had suspended testing. Those did not include Volusia County. Volusia County Schools spokeswoman Nancy Wait says one school […]

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Area Single Family Homes Sales Numbers Up Sharply This March Over Last Year

Area Single Family Homes Sales Numbers Up Sharply This March Over Last Year

Daytona Beach, FL-Some encouraging numbers in March of this year for sales  and sale prices of single family homes in the Daytona Beach area. New MLS numbers show 358 single family home sales in March of this year compared to a year ago when the number was 332 sales. The median sale price in March […]

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Bald White Man Wanted In Port Orange Bank Robbery

Bald White Man Wanted In Port Orange Bank Robbery

Port Orange, FL – Police are trying to find a white man with no hair who robbed a Port Orange bank Monday afternoon. The Port Orange Police Department says they were called out around 4pm to the TD Bank location at 1101 Dunlawton Avenue. Bank workers told POPD the man walked up to a teller […]

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VCSO: No Charges On Wife Who Shot & Killed Husband Easter Morning

VCSO: No Charges On Wife Who Shot & Killed Husband Easter Morning

Ormond By The Sea, FL – The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says they won’t file criminal charges at this time against the woman who shot and killed her husband in their Ormond By The Sea home. 55-year-old Sanford Olsen was found dead by deputies just before 3am Easter morning at his Seabreeze Drive residence. Olson’s […]

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DeLand Police Looking For Gun-Toting Men Behind Publix Robberies

DeLand Police Looking For Gun-Toting Men Behind Publix Robberies

DeLand, FL – Authorities are looking for help in finding the men who robbed a DeLand Publix and possibly 2 others in Orange County. The DeLand Police Department released 2 security videos on Monday from the Publix location on South Woodland Boulevard. Both are posted in this article. DeLand PD says the video shows 2 […]

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AAA: Daytona Beach Gas Prices Show Signs Of Peaking

AAA: Daytona Beach Gas Prices Show Signs Of Peaking

Daytona Beach, FL – For the last month or so, the average gas price in Florida has climbed up every single day, but there’s now signs it could be slowing down. AAA’s latest Daily Fuel Gauge Report says the average gas price in the Sunshine State didn’t increase a cent over the weekend after 26 […]

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