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Quinnipiac Poll: Crist Edges Ahead Of Scott In Race For Governor

Quinnipiac Poll: Crist Edges Ahead Of Scott In Race For Governor

Volusia County, FL-A new Quinnipiac University poll out early today shows former Governor Charlie Crist edging ahead of current Governor Rick Scott in the race for governor. The election is Tuesday. The poll finds a jump in support from independent voters puts Crist ahead of Scott 43% to 40%. Crist is running as a Democrat […]

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VCSO: Burglars Caught Tearing Apart Deltona Home

VCSO: Burglars Caught Tearing Apart Deltona Home

Deltona, FL – A man with a long rap sheet and his girlfriend are held on $15,000 bond each after deputies say they trapped them in the Deltona home they were in the midst of plundering. 31-year-old Steven M. Morin and 23-year-old Chelsea A. Layton – both Deltona residents – were arrested on burglary and grand […]

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Deltona Man Arrested For Stalking & Harassing Neighbor

Deltona Man Arrested For Stalking & Harassing Neighbor

Deltona, FL – A 41-year-old Deltona man is free on $2,500 bond after neighbors tell the Volusia County Sheriff’s office he’s been spouting racist remarks and death threats at them for years. Alfred Perkins was arrested around 6pm Monday at his Deerfield Avenue home and charged with 1 count of aggravated stalking after one of those […]

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Orange City Man Jailed For Shot Fired In Cat Dispute

Orange City Man Jailed For Shot Fired In Cat Dispute

Orange City, FL – An Orange City man goes to jail for threatening one of his neighbors with a gun after that neighbor allegedly injured the man’s cat. 23-year-old Theodore G. Eaton remains in custody on $4,000 bond at the Volusia County Jail following his arrest around 11:30pm Monday at his home on 6th Street. […]

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Motorcyclist Dies In Accident That Shut I-4 EB In Deltona

Motorcyclist Dies In Accident That Shut I-4 EB In Deltona

Deltona, FL – Eastbound lanes of I-4 have reopened after being closed for hours early today in the Deltona area after a fatal motorcycle accident. FHP identifies the biker who died as 32-year-old Tyler Dreher of Deltona. FHP says the accident happened around 2:10am when the biker, traveling at a high rate of speed,  hit […]

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Extensive Damage In Early Morning House Fire In Ormond

Extensive Damage In Early Morning House Fire In Ormond

Ormond Beach, FL – City fire crews with a county truck responded to an early morning house fire today in Ormond Beach. Fire dispatchers say the call came in around 330am from 11 Carmel Terrace. That home is off Beach Street. City fire PIO Loretta Moisio says damage to the home was extensive. One person […]

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Spooky Halloween Happenings Are Creeping Into Town

Spooky Halloween Happenings Are Creeping Into Town

Ormond Beach – On Friday, October 31, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., a Fall Festival will be held at the Nova Community Center, located at 440 North Nova Road.  There will be lots of fun with arts, crafts, games, a costume contest, music and dinner.  Admission is $5.00 at the door.  Come out and have […]

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Palm Coast Announces Events & Activities For November

Palm Coast Announces Events & Activities For November

Palm Coast – The City of Palm Coast has a variety of upcoming events and recreational and sports activities that are open to the public. See the full Calendar of Events at www.palmcoastgov.com. November 2014 Nov. 1 – Halloween Mystery Round Robin – Saturday, Nov. 1, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fun and social Round Robin with […]

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New Smyrna Beach Multi-use Trail To Open

New Smyrna Beach Multi-use Trail To Open

  New Smyrna Beach, FL – Walkers, runners and riders soon will have a new path to blaze in New Smyrna Beach. The City’s Pedestrian Trail is scheduled to open for use October 28. The trail spans 2.2 miles from West Pine Avenue just north of S.R. 44 off Mission Road to Sugar Mill Drive. The […]

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Amendment 1 Forum Taking Place At Stetson’s Allen Hall

Amendment 1 Forum Taking Place At Stetson’s Allen Hall

DeLand, FL – Elected officials and other community leaders will hold a forum in DeLand Wednesday night to talk about a proposed constitutional amendment which could lead to more state tax money for land and water conservation projects. Stetson University will host that forum on Florida’s Water and Land Legacy – also known as Amendment […]

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Kids Can Receive A Postcard From Santa

Kids Can Receive A Postcard From Santa

Volusia County, FL – Santa is making his list and checking it twice at Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division. As part of an annual tradition, recreation employees will send personalized postcards from Santa to children up to age 10. Parents can have their children added to Santa’s mailing list by emailing the child’s name, […]

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Adopt An Older Pet At The Edgewater Library

Adopt An Older Pet At The Edgewater Library

Edgewater, FL – Love is ageless. Fall in love with an older cat or dog during a senior pet adoption event beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Edgewater Public Library, 103 W. Indian River Blvd. Volunteers from the Edgewater Animal Shelter will bring adoptable cats and dogs that are looking for forever homes. […]

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DeLand Man Convicted For Breaking Into Trailer Business

DeLand Man Convicted For Breaking Into Trailer Business

DeLand, FL – A DeLand man could spend the next 5 years in a state prison after he was convicted for burglarizing a trailer manufacturing business where he had been doing contract work. 54-year-old Patrick Wayne Calhoun was found guilty by a Volusia County jury Tuesday of burglary and criminal mischief during a June 2013 […]

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Van-In-Ocean Mom Trial Delayed As She Tries To See Kids

Van-In-Ocean Mom Trial Delayed As She Tries To See Kids

Daytona Beach, FL – The trial of the Van-In-Ocean mom has been pushed to next year as she tries to modify her bond status so she can see her kids. A 7th Circuit Court judge granted a continuance during a hearing Tuesday on the Ebony Wilkerson case, meaning the case won’t go to trial until […]

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FCSO: Corrections Officer Stole Video Games From Walmart

FCSO: Corrections Officer Stole Video Games From Walmart

Palm Coast, FL – A Tomoka State Prison corrections officer is in trouble with the law after she allegedly stole over $200 worth of video games from the Flagler County Walmart. 32-year-old Nichole Michelle Roberts was given a misdemeanor shoplifting charge just before 6 o’clock Friday at the Walmart store on 174 Cypress Point Parkway […]

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Flagler Firefighter Gets Probation In US 1 Road Rage Incident

Flagler Firefighter Gets Probation In US 1 Road Rage Incident

St. Johns County, FL – A Flagler County firefighter gets 2 years of probation for his role in a road rage incident that ended with him being shot 2 times by a former Flagler Beach police officer. 31-year-old Jared Parkey entered a plea on 2 misdemeanor charges in a courtroom in St. Augustine Tuesday morning. […]

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Son Of 4M Food Mart Owner Gets 13 Months For EBT Fraud

Son Of 4M Food Mart Owner Gets 13 Months For EBT Fraud

Daytona Beach, FL – The son of a former Daytona Beach convenience store owner gets just over a year behind bars for illegally buying and using food stamp cards to stock their store shelves. 24-year-old Matthew Bassam Abu Diab – who co-owned the 4M Food Mart on 740 North Ridgewood Avenue with his father until […]

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SDPD: Teen Stole Car While Owner Unloaded Groceries

SDPD: Teen Stole Car While Owner Unloaded Groceries

South Daytona, FL – A teenage boy faces grand theft auto charges for trying to steal a car from its owner while he was unloading groceries at his South Daytona apartment. The South Daytona Police Department has also charged that 17-year-old – whose identity is not being released by SDPD due to his age – […]

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