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Neck-strengthening device aims to help prevent concussions

Neck-strengthening device aims to help prevent concussions

Cervifit created by former FSU football player BY NICOLE BROCHU SUN SENTINEL/MCT WESTON — Alan Philipson is tackling the problem of head injuries from a different angle — by working out the neck. Influenced by studies showing a link between concussions and neck strength, the entrepreneur has created the Cervifit, a portable device that uses […]

Earnhardt Jr. revved for more success at Michigan speedway

Earnhardt Jr. revved for more success at Michigan speedway

BY MIKE BRUDENELL DETROIT FREE PRESS/MCT DETROIT — June at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) has been kind to Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt, nicknamed “June bug” as a youngster by his legendary racing father, has snapped long losing streaks at MIS in June twice during his career and left each time with renewed hope of winning […]

City keeps Chisholm despite average grade

City keeps Chisholm despite average grade

Daytona city manager gets high enough grade to keep job for at least another year BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Despite receiving a less-than-glowing annual review, Daytona Beach city commissioners and mayor have decided to hold on to City Manager Jim Chisholm. His 3.16 C-average on a scale of 1-5 was enough to keep […]

Midtown music studio brings in celebs

Midtown music studio brings in celebs

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Three musical legends and a few up-and-coming artists met at the Midtown Cultural and Educational Center on May 30 to tour Daytona Beach’s state-of-the-art music recording studio. Cuba Gooding Sr. of the Main Ingredient, Dr. Otto Gomez and Lawrence Waldon joined young jazz artist Troy Valance and young percussionist […]

Swim classes encouraged for kids and adults

Swim classes encouraged for kids and adults

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Reports of accidental drowning deaths already have begun with the start of the summer season, including at least four victims under age 4 in Central Florida. And last week, Randall Clay Hood, the 26-year-old son of State Rep. Dave Hood, former mayor of Ormond Beach, died in a drowning […]

Program will feed hungry kids during summer vacation

Program will feed hungry kids during summer vacation

BY MARGIE MENZEL NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – As the school year ends, classrooms and playgrounds will empty for the summer – but that will leave many Florida children hungry because they rely on free and reduced-cost school meals for breakfast and lunch. Food banks, non-profits and community groups are trying to pick up […]

Health Department announces new provider for Child Protection Team

Health Department announces new provider for Child Protection Team

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES The Florida Department of Health announced a new service provider for the Child Protection Team (CPT) program for Flagler and Volusia counties.  Effective July 1, the First Coast Child Protection Team will assume responsibility for providing services for Flagler and Volusia counties. “The Florida Department of Health is committed to providing […]

Applications available for new teen work program

Applications available for new teen work program

The City of Daytona Beach is introducing a new teen employment program called Youth Employment Summer (YES). YES is designed to provide 30 high school students with full-time jobs in the city’s summer recreation programs. The eight-week program is aimed at teaching at-risk teens positive work habits and marketable skills. Eligible students will gain meaningful […]

Gooding’s ready to share ‘Sweet Soul of the 70s’

Gooding’s ready to share ‘Sweet Soul of the 70s’

Lead vocal Cuba Gooding of The Main Ingredient scaled new heights recapturing “The Sweet Soul of the 70s,” and drawing excitement to the Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Arts Center. Gooding, the proud father of Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding, Jr., is a Harlem native reigning With The Main Ingredient since 1971, and gaining fame for the […]

Maya Angelou: A freedom fighter with a pen

Maya Angelou: A freedom fighter with a pen

Millions of people throughout the world continue to pause, to remember, to celebrate and to recommit to the living spirit and legacy of Maya Angelou.  She was one of the most transformative global leaders and visionaries of our time. Maya Angelou was a penetrating literary revolutionary and freedom-fighting poet that used her pen to advance […]