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Halifax Health opens Care Now facilities in Ormond Beach, Deltona

Halifax Health opens Care Now facilities in Ormond Beach, Deltona

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES Halifax Health–Care Now has opened in Ormond Beach at 775 West Granada Blvd., Suite 102. The Ormond Beach facility joins the Care Now Deltona location, which opened April 1. “Halifax Health is proud to offer this new concept in medicine to Volusia County residents,” said Halifax Health Director of Corporate Communications […]

Mourning, Richardson to join Basketball Hall of Fame

Mourning, Richardson to join Basketball Hall of Fame

BY SHANON RYAN CHICAGO TRIBUNE/MCT ARLINGTON, Texas — The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced its incoming group that includes former NBA stars Alonzo Mourning, Mitch Richmond and coach Gary Williams. Coach Nolan Richardson and the Immaculata AIAW national championship team will also be inducted Aug. 7-9 in Springfield, Mass. Mourning was a seven-time […]

‘We made them look like the Miami Heat’

‘We made them look like the Miami Heat’

Notre Dame overpowered by UConn in NCAA championship game BY PHILIP HERSH CHICAGO TRIBUNE/MCT NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Muffet McGraw wound up feeling nothing but awe. The Irish coach expressed it while shaking hands with her bitter rival, Connecticut’s Geno Auriemma, after Tuesday night’s NCAA tournament final. “I thought we were playing the Miami Heat out […]

B-CU defeats FAMU in baseball series

B-CU defeats FAMU in baseball series

BY MIKE MORRELL SPECIAL TO THE TIMES Florida A&M’s (11-19, 8-6) late inning rally falls short against Bethune-Cookman as the Rattlers fall 4-2 in Sunday’s finale at Jackie Robinson Ballpark. FAMU scored two runs and left two on in the eighth to end the rally. David Duncan (2-3) took the loss for the Rattlers, giving […]

SunRail to start with free rides

SunRail to start with free rides

County Council members seek expansion to Daytona Beach BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES SunRail officials have announced that passengers will ride Central Florida’s new commuter rail system free for two weeks beginning the first day of service on May 1. The free service will last through May 16, allowing passengers to experience commuting on […]

F.A.I.T.H. to focus on homelessness, criminal justice during April 7 assembly

F.A.I.T.H. to focus on homelessness, criminal justice during April 7 assembly

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Homelessness and criminal justice will be the topics of discussion at the Performing Arts Center of Bethune-Cookman University on April 7. The Annual Action Assembly of the Fighting Against Injustice Toward Harmony (F.A.I.T.H.) organization will meet with local city and county officials to discuss their concerns. F.A.I.T.H., an inter-faith […]

State of the County address to be rescheduled

State of the County address to be rescheduled

Staff Reports The State of the County address scheduled for shortly after 9 a.m. on Thursday, April 3, during the Volusia County Council meeting, will be rescheduled due to an unexpected absence by County Chair Jason Davis. Davis, 52 will miss the April 3, meeting due to medical reasons but will deliver the address in two […]

Spring Daytona Turkey Run was place to marvel, reminisce

Spring Daytona Turkey Run was place to marvel, reminisce

FROM STAFF REPORTS Car lovers and hot rod fans who attended the Spring Daytona Turkey Run were in heaven last weekend. The spring show was held March 28-30 at the Daytona International Speedway. The event included hundreds of classic and unusual automobiles and drew thousands of spectators. The car show was sponsored by the Daytona […]

Black preschoolers’ suspensions triple that of Whites

Black preschoolers’ suspensions triple that of Whites

BY FREDDIE ALLEN NNPA WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT WASHINGTON   – Even before they typically learn to read, Black preschoolers – some as young as 4 years old – are taught a disgusting lesson: They are three times more likely to be suspended from school than their White classmates,  according to a recent study by the civil rights […]

Prayer breakfast sets tone for Women’s Day

Prayer breakfast sets tone for Women’s Day

Adding to a theme, the Rev. Mattie Riley Hayes gave meaning to certain Scriptures that kicked off a prayer breakfast as a first of three events for Women’s Day. At the focus of the events is a Women’s Day White Elephant Sale, Spa Day, and the actual Women’s Day event of Sept. 7, followed by […]