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VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REVIEW

VOLUSIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REVIEW

Atlantic’s Ronni Williams to pick college next month BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Ronni Williams, Atlantic High School basketball star will announce which college she will play for on Nov. 9 at 1:50 p.m. in the school’s gymnasium. “She will make her decision at that time in the school’s gymnasium,” confirmed George Butts, Atlantic’s head […]

School board chair, mentor, friend

School board chair, mentor, friend

Speakers remember Dr. Al Williams as ‘wonderful man, wonderful friend’ BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Holding back tears, Alan Williams recalled how his father told him and his brother, Anthony, to persist until they succeed. This was the second time Alan had to attend a funeral of a family member. In January, his brother passed […]

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING 2012

BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY HOMECOMING 2012

Rain or shine, the party had to go on Inclement weather didn’t dampen the spirit of these Wildcats who gathered to chow down on some good food, laugh and reminisce with family and friends, and watch their favorite team claw the competition. Click here for a review of Saturday’s Homecoming win for Bethune-Cookman. (PHOTOS BY […]

Study: More Daytonans living in rentals

Study: More Daytonans living in rentals

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Daytona Beach is doing more than its fair share to meet housing needs for low-income families, according to Joel Ivey of the Ivey Planning Group. The company produced a study for the city to provide an inventory and analysis of Daytona Beach’s workforce housing supply and projected demand. Ivey’s study […]

League of Women Voters speaks out about voter registration incident

League of Women Voters speaks out about voter registration incident

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES The League of Women voters has a history of not being bullied or intimidated, said Deirdre Macnab, the organization’s Florida president, in reference to an incident in Volusia County last month when a member of a conservative group was videotaping volunteers and threatening to sue those who were volunteering. “I’m […]

Daytona man robbed, stabbed at Daytona restaurant

Daytona man robbed, stabbed at Daytona restaurant

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Adrian Rodriquez walked into Tropical Gourmet Jamaican Restaurant to get lunch on Oct. 5 and left a short while later with multiple stab wounds that put him in the hospital. The incident occurred about 11:42 a.m. at the Daytona Beach restaurant located at 1063 Mason Ave. Police arrived on the […]

Motown show returns for 15th year

Motown show returns for 15th year

Motown continues to make history with a rhythmic blend of soul classics, R&B, pop, traditional jazz, other music genres. Promoters have established a throwback of the record label, rekindling the old-school jams for a 15th year and opening in Palm Coast at Flagler Auditorium. Motown & Mo’ is produced by City Lites LLC, characteristic of local […]

New WIC office opens in Pierson

New WIC office opens in Pierson

The Volusia County Health Department has partnered with the Family Health Source Medical Centers of Northeast Florida Health Services to open a new Special Supplemental Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program office in Pierson. The office began seeing clients on Oct. 3. “The opening of our new WIC office allows our clients to have […]

Black and White in the NFL

Black and White in the NFL

When Dez Bryant signed his $8.6 million rookie contract with the Cowboys, his teammates stuck him with a $54,896 restaurant bill because Bryant is a multimillion-dollar moneymaker on a money-making National Football League team. Jerry Jones owns the Dallas Cowboys and signs the checks that Dez receives. Jones has a net worth of $2 billion […]

Republicans begin to play race card

Republicans begin to play race card

Have you ever known that something was going to happen, but still was shocked when it actually happened?  Well, to my dismay, I have just had that happen to me. I have been telling my fellow Republicans for months that by October, our party would start playing the race card in an effort to gin […]