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Daytona Beach, FL - The Daytona Beach Permits and Licensing office at City Hall is closed temporarily to walk-in traffic. This is due to staff reductions from possible COVID-19 … more
Daytona Beach, FL - Daytona Beach residents can benefit from the additional $500,000 in CARES Act funds received by the city of Daytona Beach. This money comes as part of the federal Coronavirus Aid … more
New Smyrna Beach, FL - The New Smyrna Beach City Clerk Kelly McQuillen is announcing the cancellation of all City Commission meetings scheduled for next Tuesday, November 10.  In a press … more
DeLand, FL - The Volusia County Council has a long list of items on its consent agenda tomorrow, many of them housekeeping items like renewing contracts. There's also an item that would add … more
DeLand, FL - The Volusia County Council was set to approve an Emergency Ordinance pertaining to Biketoberfest when County Attorney Mike Dyer made it clear that Governor Ron DeSantis Executive … more
Daytona Beach, FL - Free COVID-19 testing is being offered at First Step Shelter to any homeless person who would like to be tested next Monday, September twenty-eighth, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Florida Department of … more
Daytona Beach, FL - Thousands of trucks are keeping Volusia County Beach Safety busy this Labor Day weekend but Captain Tamra Malphurs there are no serious problems to report. Her staff have … more
Deltona, FL - Assistance is now available for Deltona residents who have suffered a loss of income because of COVID-19. The Deltona City Commission allocated $500,000 in funding for mortgage, rental, and utility assistance to help residents stay in their homes.  more
Daytona Beach, FL - A Volusia Sheriff's Office dispatcher is serving a 30-day suspension for the month of August. Internal Affairs investigators say 55-year-old Jeanne Meyers, according to the … more
DeLand, FL - Volusia County teachers say they came back to school to find filth, dirt, and grime and “just a complete demonstration of ABM’s inability to provide a safe and clean … more
DeLand, FL - COVID-19 testing will be taking place at the Volusia County Fairgrounds in the very near future with the cooperation of the Florida Department of Emergency Management. Volusia County … more
DeLand, FL - COVID-19 testing is scheduled to begin again next week at the Volusia County Fairgrounds in DeLand. During today's (August 4) Volusia County Council Coronavirus update, Emergency … more
DeLand, FL -  When the Volusia County Council approved a resolution earlier this week acknowledging that face coverings are effective in helping to stop the spread of COVID-19, rumors started in … more
DeLand, FL - Twenty-four Volusia County Schools buildings will be used as polling places for this year's elections. Volusia County Supervisor of Elections Lisa Lewis says the buildings will allow for … more
DeLand, FL - The Volusia County School Board is holding a special emergency session tomorrow (July 21) to take action on the Fall Reopening Plan Interim Superintendent Dr. Carmen Balgobin and her … more
Holly Hill, FL - When Holly Hill Mayor Chris Via and his family were informed that someone they had been in contact with had tested positive for COVID-19, the family immediately got tested and then … more
DeLand, FL - Volusia County has another 113,000 face masks to give away and have added another eight locations to do so. Volusia County Public Protection has already handed out 119,000 masks. All of … more
DeLand, FL - Volusia United Educators (VUE) President Elizabeth Albert says that educators, school leaders, and school employees in Central Florida are se3nding amewssage to Tallahassee in no … more
DeLand, FL - Volusia United Educators President Elizabeth Albert says a reopening plan for Volusia County Schools for 2020 posted to the vcsedu.org website had not been voted on or discussed with … more
Daytona Beach, FL - The surge of COVID-19 cases in Florida and specifically Volusia and Flagler counties has shrunk the capacity of available hospital beds.  The Florida Department of Health … more
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