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Mural highlights the history of Ormond Beach

Mural highlights the history of Ormond Beach

FROM STAFF REPORTS “Faces of Pride, Then and Now,” a mural of Ormond Beach residents and others was unveiled again during a special ceremony on Aug. 25 at the South Ormond Neighborhood Center, 176 Division Ave. The mural has been framed and protected with Plexiglas to preserve it for future generations to enjoy. It was […]

Halifax Health to present free music therapy programs

Halifax Health to present free music therapy programs

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES On Sept. 12-13, Halifax Health will present Music Therapy – A Compliment to Cancer Care featuring presentations by music therapist Hakeem Leonard. The Sept. 12 program takes place in the Halifax Health Medical Center Auditorium, 303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., from 5:30-7:30 pm.  The program, which is free and open to […]

Wildcats kick off football season at No. 23 in FCS poll

Wildcats kick off football season at No. 23 in FCS poll

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats enter the 2013 season at No. 23 in The Sports Network FCS Preseason Top 25, it was announced earlier this month by The Sports Network office in Philadelphia. This is the first time the Wildcats have been a member of the network’s preseason poll under head coach Brian […]

Doc Rivers’ skills at strategy and motivation are needed

Doc Rivers’ skills at strategy and motivation are needed

BY HELENE ELLIOTT LOS ANGELES TIMES/MCT LOS ANGELES — Because Doc Rivers had played one season for the Clippers, he pretty much knew where he wanted to live when he moved to Los Angeles to become their coach and senior vice president of basketball operations. He didn’t know how odd the whole experience would feel […]

Carter’s foundation honors community leaders and scholarship winners

Carter’s foundation honors community leaders and scholarship winners

FROM STAFF REPORTS Dr. Edison O. Jackson, president of Bethune-Cookman University, and Charlie Lydecker, Brown & Brown’s retail division president, were recognized for outstanding community service Aug. 17 at the Vince Carter’s Embassy of Hope Foundation annual Charity Gala at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach. Also acknowledged during the program were Embassy of Hope […]

‘An honor guard of strong, positive men’

‘An honor guard of strong, positive men’

Elementary students greeted by Black male role models on first day of school BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES When Turie T. Small Elementary School students arrived at school on Monday, they were welcomed by a large contingent of Black males. The 100 or so new faces the children saw at their school were part of […]

Hundreds support fired beach officer on Facebook

Hundreds support fired beach officer on Facebook

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES The Volusia County Beach Patrol officer fired for “offensive’’ text messages and pictures sent while on duty will appeal his dismissal. Jason Harr, attorney for Todd Snipes, sent a request to be heard on Aug. 13 to the county’s human resources office via fax and through the U.S. Postal Service. […]

Closing out summer with music, food, fun

Closing out summer with music, food, fun

Midtown’s first Community Unity Festival draws hundreds to park FROM STAFF REPORTS Hundreds turned out Aug. 17 for live music, food and fun for Midtown’s first Community Unity Festival at Daisy Stocking Park. Hosted by Daytona Beach Commissioner Paula Reed, the festival was designed to give residents a family-friendly venue and age-appropriate activities to celebrate […]

More than 1,100 new students at B-CU

More than 1,100 new students at B-CU

School term includes new master’s degrees, renovations of dorms and dining hall FROM STAFF REPORTS Bethune-Cookman University’s fresh crop of new students arrived Aug. 15 and school officials expect more than 1,100 freshmen and transfer students. More than 3,500 students are enrolled at the university for fall classes. B-CU also has raised admission requirements such […]

Deltona wins fight about right to speak at meeting

Deltona wins fight about right to speak at meeting

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA A woman who sought to speak at a city commission meeting about a massive development plan did not have the right to be heard under the state’s Sunshine Law, an appeals court ruled last Friday. The 5th District Court of Appeal sided with the city of Deltona, which did not allow […]