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Headstone Donated For Mother Shot Dead At Flagler Gas Station

Headstone Donated For Mother Shot Dead At Flagler Gas Station

Flagler Beach, FL – The mother of 6 who was gunned down at a Palm Coast gas station over a year ago now has a headstone on her grave. The Justice Coalition donated that headstone on behalf of Zuheily Rosado (pictured) and her children in a ceremony on Friday at her final resting place at […]

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Man Booked For Stalking 14-Year-Old New Smyrna Beach Girl

Man Booked For Stalking 14-Year-Old New Smyrna Beach Girl

DeLand, FL – A 30-year-old Volusia County man is free on bond after he allegedly stalked a 14-year-old girl and then tried to run when deputies tracked him down. Terrance Green (picture courtesy Volusia County Jail) was arrested Thursday morning just off of Interstate 4 near Deltona. The girl – who lives in New Smyrna […]

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Volusia County Cedes Control Of Dog Park To Holly Hill

Volusia County Cedes Control Of Dog Park To Holly Hill

DeLand, FL – Riviera Oaks Dog Park could be on more stable ground after Volusia County and Holly Hill strike a deal. The Friends of Riviera Oaks Park, Inc – a non-profit group – will take over maintenance of the 10-acre dog park at 980 Alabama Avenue after the Volusia County Council voted 6-0 during […]

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Flagler County Now Has Highest Unemployment Rate In Florida

Flagler County Now Has Highest Unemployment Rate In Florida

Daytona Beach, FL – Even though their unemployment rate continues to decline, Flagler now stands atop all Florida counties in a category they don’t want to be leading in. The latest labor statistics report released on Friday from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity shows that Flagler’s 9.3% unemployment rate is now highest of all […]

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Passenger Traffic At DBIA Makes 3% Jump In March

Passenger Traffic At DBIA Makes 3% Jump In March

Daytona Beach, FL – Daytona Beach International Airport is staying busy, especially with no winter storms getting in the way. County officials announce that passenger traffic at DBIA jumped up 3% last March compared to March 2013. “Passenger traffic rose from 61,062 last March to 63,146 this March,” stated Volusia County Community Information Director Dave […]

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Beach Safety Launches New ID Program For Kids On The Beach

Beach Safety Launches New ID Program For Kids On The Beach

Volusia County, FL-Volusia Beach Safety Ocean Rescue is expecting crowds over the holiday weekend and will take the opportunity to launch an id bracelet program for children. The whole thing is aimed at making the reunions with “lost parents” go faster. The bracelets willl have mom and dad’s names and cell phone numbers and will […]

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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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Turtle Day Set To Celebrate Sea Turtle & Seabird Rehabilitation

Turtle Day Set To Celebrate Sea Turtle & Seabird Rehabilitation

Ponce Inlet, FL – Get acquainted with endangered sea turtles and other marine life during the 12th annual Turtle Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at the Marine Science Center, 100 Lighthouse Drive, Ponce Inlet. Attendees can meet glove-trained birds of prey and get their hands wet in the 14,000-gallon stingray touch […]

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VCSO To Honor More Than 200 Volunteers

VCSO To Honor More Than 200 Volunteers

Daytona Beach Shores, FL-Volunteerism is one of the many things that make this country great. And that volunteer spirit is alive and well at the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, where approximately 215 residents volunteer their time in service to law enforcement and the citizens of Volusia County. They work in virtually every area of the Sheriff’s […]

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Local Jewish Residents Celebrate Passover This Evening

Local Jewish Residents Celebrate Passover This Evening

Tonight at sundown marks the beginning of the first night of passover, the holiday where the Jewish people were freed from slavery thousands of years ago from the Egyptians by God’s hand, according to the old testament.  Hundreds of local Jewish residents will be celebrating the traditional seder this evening at The Chabad Lubavitch location […]

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Create A Plan & Practice Fire Safety For Babies And Toddlers

Create A Plan & Practice Fire Safety For Babies And Toddlers

Children under age 5 are twice as likely as the rest of us to die in a fire. Each year, thousands of children are injured or killed in home fires, and 40 percent of them are under age five. To help protect babies and toddlers from the devastating effects of fire, the United States Fire […]

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Jury Finds Man Guilty In Murder Of NSB Woman He Suspected Was Police Informant

Jury Finds Man Guilty In Murder Of NSB Woman He Suspected Was Police Informant

Volusia County, FL-It took a Volusia County jury only an hour and fifteen minutes to find a 30-year-old man guilty in the murder of a New Smyrna Beach woman prosecutors say he suspected of being a police informant. James Booth was convicted of counts including first degree murder, a capital felony. Prosecutors say Booth gunned […]

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Volusia County Schools Looking To Hire Around 400 Teachers

Volusia County Schools Looking To Hire Around 400 Teachers

Daytona Beach, FL – If you’re a teacher, Volusia County is looking more and more like a place where you can find a job. Volusia County Schools says they’re hoping to hire around 400 more teachers starting right now for the 2014-15 school year. VCS Recruitment & Retention Coordinator Kelly Conway tells WNDB they’re looking […]

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Bond Reduced For Former Volusia Jail Officer Facing Child Porn Charges

Bond Reduced For Former Volusia Jail Officer Facing Child Porn Charges

Daytona Beach, FL – A former Volusia County Jail officer facing 20 counts of child pornography possession now has a less costly path out of jail. 7th Circuit Judge Margaret Hudson reduced Mark G. Pronovost’s bond from $2 million to $125,000 during a hearing in a Volusia County courtroom on Thursday. Court Communications Officer Ludmilla […]

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Head Of VCC’s Waverly Probe Expects To Close Investigation Soon

Head Of VCC’s Waverly Probe Expects To Close Investigation Soon

DeLand, FL – The attorney running the Volusia County Council’s probe into possible improper dealings with a Port Orange bus bench advertising firm says he should have the investigation wrapped up within 2 months. In a brief presentation during the afternoon session of Thursday’s Volusia County Council meeting, Ormond Beach attorney Jon Kaney told the […]

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Rip Currents & High Tides Plaguing Volusia Beaches Easter Weekend

Rip Currents & High Tides Plaguing Volusia Beaches Easter Weekend

Daytona Beach, FL – A storm front coming through the Daytona Beach area this weekend will help make Volusia County beaches a more dangerous place than it normally is, especially for those who want to get in the water. Volusia County Beach Safety & Ocean Rescue tells WNDB that they’re expecting hazardous rip current conditions […]

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Pioneer Square Debate Pushed Back To May 1st By VCC

Pioneer Square Debate Pushed Back To May 1st By VCC

DeLand, FL – The battle over Pioneer Square in Samsula will have to wait until May 1st after the Volusia County Chairman is a no-show. Soon after delivering the “State Of The County” speech during the morning session of Thursday’s Volusia County Council meeting in DeLand, Jason Davis left the dais and did not return […]

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