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Fake Bomb In Home Forces Evacuations In Holly Hill

Fake Bomb In Home Forces Evacuations In Holly Hill

Holly Hill, FL – The “all-clear” is sounded after Holly Hill police evacuated residences due to what they thought might be a bomb inside a home. That device – pictured above – forced the Holly Hill Police Department to call out the Volusia County Bomb Squad around 4pm Wednesday to the home at 1302 Center […]

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Daytona Man Sentenced For Pimping Woman To Undercover Cop

Daytona Man Sentenced For Pimping Woman To Undercover Cop

Daytona Beach, FL – A Daytona Beach man will spend the next 2 years or so behind bars for pimping after he was convicted by a jury following a half-day trial and over 2 hours of deliberation. 43-year-old Lamar J. Scott of Virginia Avenue was sentenced by 7th Circuit Judge Frank Marriott to 23.4 months […]

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Wife Of Port Orange Man Who Shot Himself & 3 Kids Told To Get Help

Wife Of Port Orange Man Who Shot Himself & 3 Kids Told To Get Help

Port Orange, FL – Documents released by the state indicate that the wife of the Port Orange man who killed himself after shooting his 3 kids had a serious drinking problem. Those documents – released on Tuesday – show that investigators with the Department of Children & Families had advised 48-year-old Cynthia Mohney to get […]

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VCSO: Robbers Kicked In Front Doors At 2 Deltona Homes

VCSO: Robbers Kicked In Front Doors At 2 Deltona Homes

Deltona, FL – 2 men are wanted by deputies in a pair of kick-in invasions at 2 Deltona homes early Wednesday morning. The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says no one was hurt in either incident, but they think the same men committed both crimes since the homes involved are less than 3 miles away from […]

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39-Year-Old Pedestrian Hit & Killed On US 1 In Daytona

39-Year-Old Pedestrian Hit & Killed On US 1 In Daytona

Daytona Beach, FL – A 39-year-old Daytona Beach woman is dead after police say she was hit and killed by a car on Ridgewood Avenue. The Daytona Beach Police Department says Mary F. Perez died on scene just past 9pm Tuesday when she tried to cross Ridgewood/US 1 at the intersection of Dr. Mary McLeod […]

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DBPD: Cash & Computers Taken From Frozen Yogurt Store

DBPD: Cash & Computers Taken From Frozen Yogurt Store

Daytona Beach, FL – Officers are searching for at least 1 man – possibly 2 – who stole nearly $2,000 worth of cash, computers and other items from a frozen yogurt store in downtown Daytona Beach. The Daytona Beach Police Department released security video Wednesday morning of the man they’re looking for in the early-morning […]

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Community

South Daytona Welcomes New Weekly Market

South Daytona Welcomes New Weekly Market

South Daytona, FL – The public is invited to attend the South Daytona Artisan Market Ribbon Cutting on Sunday, November 2 at 10 a.m. Light refreshments, music and door prizes will kick off the event showcasing this local 100% handmade or grown market. Join the South Daytona-Port Orange Chamber of Commerce in welcoming this unique weekly […]

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‘Residential Curbside Cleanup’ Planned For New Smyrna Residents

‘Residential Curbside Cleanup’ Planned For New Smyrna Residents

New Smyrna Beach, FL – New Smyrna Beach residents may get a little help cleaning up during Residential Curbside Clean-up Week November 3-7. “This is an opportunity for residents to pick up and clean up, and we’ll take away the trash,” said Faith Miller New Smyrna Beach Maintenance Operations Manager. “In the process, we’ll be promoting community […]

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Spooky Halloween Happenings Are Creeping Into Town

Spooky Halloween Happenings Are Creeping Into Town

  Daytona Beach – WHAT: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Daytona Beach Campus will provide a safe evening of trick-or-treating and carnival activities for kids at the Residence Life’s annual Halloween Spooktacular. Children can fill their bags and baskets with candy at McKay Hall and have fun at the Student Village Halloween Carnival. The carnival will feature activities, […]

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Light The Night 5K To Promote Safe After School Activities

Light The Night 5K To Promote Safe After School Activities

Daytona Beach, FL – We invite you to join us on Friday, October 24, 2014, for the Light the Night 5K that will be held in Daytona Beach Florida benefiting Central Daytona Beach PAL. Light The Night 5K is an after-dark, fluorescent glow light run for the entire family that will have participants “glowing crazy with […]

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DBPD Participates In Bicycle Helmet Giveaway For Community

DBPD Participates In Bicycle Helmet Giveaway For Community

Daytona Beach, FL – The Daytona Beach Police Department City police, in cooperation with Amscot Financial Services, will be participating in a bicycle helmet giveaway for the community. The give-away is targeting children in pre-school and elementary school. The helmets are available in three sizes: small, medium and large and will be distributed on a first-come, […]

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NSB Police Department Installs Drug Collection Box

NSB Police Department Installs Drug Collection Box

New Smyrna Beach, FL – A new drug collection box has been installed in the lobby at the New Smyrna Beach Police Department. The box was put out earlier this week after obtaining a grant from CVS/pharmacy. The box provides a safe way to get rid of unwanted, expired or unneeded medications. According to Sergeant […]

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Zephryhills Man Guilty In Burglary And Hammer Attack In Deltona

Zephryhills Man Guilty In Burglary And Hammer Attack In Deltona

Deland, FL – 41-year-old Christopher George faces up to life in prison when he’s sentenced after being found guilty in the burglary and hammer attack at a Deltona home in May 2013. George was found guilty after a one day trial. Prosecutors say George broke into a Deltona home and was burglarizing it when the […]

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As Election Looms, New Poll Shows Governor’s Race A Dead Heat

As Election Looms, New Poll Shows Governor’s Race A Dead Heat

Volusia County, FL – A new Quinnipiac University poll shows the Florida governor’s race a dead heat among likely voters. The poll shows the race 42 to 42 percent between GOP Governor Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, running as a Democrat. 7 percent support goes to Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie. A September Quinnipiac […]

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Arsonist Who Set Himself Ablaze Faces 7 Attempted Murder Counts in South Daytona

Arsonist Who Set Himself Ablaze Faces 7 Attempted Murder Counts in South Daytona

South Daytona, FL –  A Daytona Beach man faces charges of arson and 7 counts of attempted 1st degree murder after police say he set himself on fire while trying to burn down a Ridgewood Avenue apartment last July. 31-year-old Arthur Lee Avery of Kingston Avenue – a man already on probation for federal drug-related […]

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Deltona Man Booked For Throwing Walker At Grandmother

Deltona Man Booked For Throwing Walker At Grandmother

Deltona, FL – A Deltona man is held on $5,000 bond after deputies say he threw a walker at his elderly grandmother and said she would be dead by the morning. 25-year-old Kevin A. Potter is still in lockup at the Volusia County Jail as of Tuesday afternoon, over 48 hours after he was arrested […]

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VCSO: Teens Shoplifted At Walmart As Part Of Gang Initiation

VCSO: Teens Shoplifted At Walmart As Part Of Gang Initiation

Deltona, FL – A 16-year-old girl and her 13-year-old sister were caught in a shoplifting incident Monday night that deputies believe was part of a gang initiation process. Charges are pending at this time against the 16-year-old girl after she and her younger sister were found trying to take around $147 in items from the […]

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Palm Coast City Hall Construction Starting Next Week

Palm Coast City Hall Construction Starting Next Week

Palm Coast, FL – After nearly a year’s worth of planning, shovels are finally going into the ground to begin work on the new Palm Coast City Hall. City Council members agreed during their Tuesday meeting to approve the guaranteed $6.6 million dollar maximum price for that new facility at Town Center. The groundbreaking will […]

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