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November Town Halls To Feature New Volusia Voting Machines

November Town Halls To Feature New Volusia Voting Machines

DeLand, FL – A series of public meetings have been scheduled to show Volusia County’s voters and election workers how its elections will be done starting in 2016. 5 town halls – all taking place between November 9th and 21st – will show off some of the 163 voting machines the Volusia County Council bought […]

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Palm Coast Man Charged For Attacking Blind Woman With Rifle

Palm Coast Man Charged For Attacking Blind Woman With Rifle

Palm Coast, FL – A 43-year-old man is booked at Flagler County Jail after he allegedly broke into the house he used to live in and attacked 2 people with a rifle. Paul Hillman was arrested Thursday night on charges of aggravated assault and armed burglary by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say one […]

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Coast Guard Suspends Search For Missing Paddleboarder

Coast Guard Suspends Search For Missing Paddleboarder

Daytona Beach, FL – The United States Coast Guard suspends the search for a missing 58-year-old paddleboarder. Coast Guard officials made that announcement late Friday night in the search for William Morlock, one that took up most of Florida’s Atlantic coast and also extended into Georgia and South Carolina. That’s the same night the USCG […]

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FDOT To Start Demolition Of Bellevue Avenue Bridge

FDOT To Start Demolition Of Bellevue Avenue Bridge

Daytona Beach, FL – Part of Interstate 95 in Daytona Beach is about to look a whole lot different for commuters. Construction workers plan to take a week to demolition the Bellevue Avenue Bridge that spans over the 4-lane highway and connects Tomoka Farms Road to South Williamson Boulevard. The bridge itself has been closed […]

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Antiques Store Catches Fire On US 1 In New Smyrna Beach

Antiques Store Catches Fire On US 1 In New Smyrna Beach

New Smyrna Beach, FL – Authorities are investigating after a fire broke out in a small antiques shop in New Smyrna Beach. Firefighters were called to the scene just after 7pm Friday, shutting down the 500 block of US 1/North Dixie Freeway temporarily to knock down the flames. A spokesman for Volusia County’s firefighters’ union […]

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Port Orange Woman Charged After Husband Was Shot

Port Orange Woman Charged After Husband Was Shot

Port Orange, FL – An elderly Port Orange woman is held on $1 million bond at Volusia County Jail after police charge her in an incident where her husband was shot. 76-year-old Carolyn M. Spivey was booked on Friday on charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and shooting into a building. Port Orange […]

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Discover 3D Printing At The Deltona Regional Library

Discover 3D Printing At The Deltona Regional Library

Deltona, FL-Learn how 3D printing can make physical objects from three-dimensional digital models during free presentations and printing labs at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Bill Ball, a Stetson University faculty member and creator of the university’s makerspace, will offer two presentations: ● At 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, Dr. Ball will explain what 3D […]

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Back-To-School Drive To Collect Supplies For Flagler, Volusia, And Putnam Kids

Back-To-School Drive To Collect Supplies For Flagler, Volusia, And Putnam Kids

Volusia, FL-As back-to-school season approaches, Children’s Home Society of Florida is collecting backpacks and school supplies for more than 200 of Volusia, Putnam and Flagler counties’ most vulnerable children. Donations are being accepted until August 12 at Children’s Home Society of Florida 2400 Ridgewood Ave South Daytona, FL 32119. For additional information or to arrange a drop-off/pick-up, […]

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Deltona Regional Library Plans Adult Programs

Deltona Regional Library Plans Adult Programs

Deltona, FL-Adults can broaden their horizons with free programs at the Deltona Regional Library, 2150 Eustace Ave. Upcoming classes and presentations include: ●  Freegal: 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12. Learn about this free library service, which lets cardholders download three free and legal songs a week. ●  What are you reading? 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12. This […]

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Flagler County Announces Fall 2015 Citizens Academy

Flagler County Announces Fall 2015 Citizens Academy

Bunnell, FL – Flagler County is now accepting applications for the Fall 2015 Citizens Academy. Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 5 to 8:00 p.m. beginning Sept. 10 for nine weeks, ending Nov. 5. The program is free to all Flagler County residents and space is limited, so all interested residents are encouraged to apply now. The Flagler County […]

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Port Orange’s History Lecture Scheduled For August 14th

Port Orange’s History Lecture Scheduled For August 14th

PORT ORANGE, FL – The public is invited to Port Orange’s next history lecture scheduled for August 14, 2015.  The King’s Road is the subject of the lecture, which begins at 1:00 p.m. and will be held at the Adult Center Annex, 3738 Halifax Drive. This National Register historic resource paved the way for the early development of this […]

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Halifax Historical Society Museum New Exhibit Now Open

Halifax Historical Society Museum New Exhibit Now Open

  Daytona Beach, FL-The exhibit is a collection of beautiful photographs of animals, flowers and fauna from eastern Volusia County by Wildlife Photographer and Florida Master Naturalist Paul Rebmann. Paul has been photographing wildlife professionally for 30 years. This exhibit raises our awareness of how beautiful our environment is and how we must take the […]

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Coast Guard Suspends Search For Missing Florida Teens

Coast Guard Suspends Search For Missing Florida Teens

Daytona Beach, FL – The massive search for 2 missing Florida teenagers is suspended. That’s the word from the United States Coast Guard following a press conference in Miami on Friday announcing that they would end the search for the teens by sunset unless they were found before then. Captain Mark Fedor – chief of […]

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Man Gets 5 Year Sentence In NSB Hit & Run That Killed 2

Man Gets 5 Year Sentence In NSB Hit & Run That Killed 2

Volusia County, FL – The man who hit and killed two people in New Smyrna Beach and left the scene of the accident has been sentenced to five years in prison. 39-year-old Brian Kennedy was driving his work van the night the couple was hit and killed on S.R. 44 near the New Smyrna Beach […]

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Woman Who Drowned Puppy In NE Airport Bathroom Gets Probation

Woman Who Drowned Puppy In NE Airport Bathroom Gets Probation

Grand Island, NE – The Edgewater woman who was charged after she drowned a puppy in the bathroom of a Nebraska airport has been sentenced to two years probation. The story from KMTV is here.  57-year-old Cynthia Anderson appeared  in a Hall County courtroom. She had entered a no contest plea to the charge of […]

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Local Woman Critical In Bicycle Accident On Charity Ride In OK

Local Woman Critical In Bicycle Accident On Charity Ride In OK

Daytona Beach, FL – A Port Orange woman on a charity bicycle ride is in critical condition and her riding partner was dead at the scene after both were hit by a motorist in Oklahoma. Bridget Anderson, 22,  was riding in Oklahoma behind Patrick Wanninkof when both were hit. Both were riding as part of […]

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Deltona Man Hit And Killed On Lake Helen-Osteen Road

Deltona Man Hit And Killed On Lake Helen-Osteen Road

DeLand, FL-Deputies say as of now it doesn’t appear a driver was at fault in the fatal accident that killed a pedestrian in Deltona last night. 60-year-old Deltona resident Robert Boles died after he was hit by a vehicle on Lake Helen-Osteen Road near Capri Circle in Deltona just before 9:30 PM. Deputies say he […]

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DeLand Man Arrested For Hitting Elderly Mom With Broom

DeLand Man Arrested For Hitting Elderly Mom With Broom

DeLand, FL – The son of a 100-year-old woman sits in jail after deputies say he hit her in the head with a broom when she tried to feed his cat. As of 7pm Thursday, 74-year-old David Corning is held on $7,500 bond at Volusia County Jail on charges of battery and aggravated battery. The […]

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