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Violence takes life of 23-year-old in Daytona

Violence takes life of 23-year-old in Daytona

By ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES A Black man was shot and killed in Daytona Beach Saturday night. Police confirmed that they responded to the Dec. 1,  9-1-1 call  around 6:49 p.m. and upon arrival to the scene,  found a 23-year-old Black male who had succumb to a gunshot wound. The victim, Rayshard Mitchell had been […]

Midtown lights up the night

Midtown lights up the night

By Ashley Thomas DAYTONA TIMES   The first “Light Up Midtown” event held Saturday night at Daisy Stocking Park featured a health-fair, HIV/AIDS testing, face painting, food, fun and a dance contest. The evening ended with the lighting of a 25-foot tree decorated with metallic garland, lights and star. “It’s beautiful,” exclaimed five-year-old Kortney Turner, […]

University ends Warner’s title run

University ends Warner’s title run

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Jeremiah Hamlin ran for two critical touchdowns in the fourth quarter to held Jacksonville University Christian edge Warner Christian 26-21 in in the Class 2A Semi-Final in South Daytona tonight. The Christians used a bruising running game and stout defense en route to the win. Warner’s defense was also stout […]

“Click It or Ticket” in full force in Volusia County

“Click It or Ticket” in full force in Volusia County

Volusia County – The Thanksgiving holiday period is one of the busiest travel times of the year, and the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind all travelers, whether they’re traveling across the country or just across town, that one of the best ways to ensure a safe arrival is to buckle up, every trip, […]

Swearing-in ceremony on Nov. 14

Swearing-in ceremony on Nov. 14

Staff Reports- Daytona Beach’s newly elected city commissioners will take the oath of office at a swearing-in ceremony on Wednesday, November 14, beginning at 6 p.m., in City Commission Chambers at City Hall, 301 S. Ridgewood Ave. in Daytona Beach. The Honorable Herbert L. Grimes, a circuit court judge, will administer the oath of office […]

Town hall meeting today on Scarlett Golden Center

Town hall meeting today on Scarlett Golden Center

A Town Hall Meeting on the construction and progress of the Yvonne Scarlett Golden Cultural and Educational Center, located in the Derbyshire Community of Daytona Beach, will be held at 7:30 p.m. today, Nov. 12 at Hope Fellowship Church, 869 Derbyshire Rd. Community leaders as well as city officials will be on hand to talk […]

Wildcats win MEAC

Wildcats win MEAC

ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Bethune-Cookman routed Savannah State for a 49-7 in Savannah, Georgia today. With the win and Florida A&M’s victory over North Carolina, B-CU won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title and earned an automatic berth to the Football Championship Series (FCS) playoffs. It’s the second time in three seasons that the Wildcats earned […]

Atlantic hoops phenom, Ronni Williams to be a Florida Gator

Atlantic hoops phenom, Ronni Williams to be a Florida Gator

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Local high school girl’s basketball phenom Ronni Williams announced that she will play her college ball at the University of Florida in Gainesville next season. Williams picked the Gators over Florida State and Georgia. She also could have went to defending national champion Baylor or the storied program Tennessee. Williams had […]

Henry, Reed among Daytona Beach winners

Henry, Reed among Daytona Beach winners

By Ashley Thomas, DAYTONA TIMES – Derrick Henry, the former Daytona Beach City Commissioner who promised to “listen, before I ask to be heard” handily won the Daytona Beach mayoral race last night with a 10 percent edge over candidate Edith Shelley, the current zone 1 city commissioner. Unofficial results from the Volusia Supervisor of […]

Long night ahead for vote count in Volusia County

Long night ahead for vote count in Volusia County

BY ASHLEY THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES   Volusia County votes are coming in slowly this Election Day as Supervisor of Elections Ann McFall explained to a room of about a dozen people that issues with 19 polling locations are calling for a long night. “We had 400 absentee ballots come in just tonight,” said McFall, referring […]