Daytona resident places in teen pageant

FROM STAFF REPORTS Samiria Thomas,18, of Daytona Beach recently placed in this year’s National American Miss (NAM) teen pageant held in Orlando. Thomas, a graduate of...

‘God Belongs in My City’

Daytona Beach clergy, mayor lead prayers during annual event BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF More than 60 people participated in the third annual “God Belongs in My City’’ walk...

IT’S A BLESSING TO BE A BLESSING

Churches come to the rescue for residents who need help with Thanksgiving meals. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES As the holidays begin, many people are in need...

Book festival to showcase authors from around the country

Authors from around the country will be featured this weekend in Daytona Beach at the Seventh Annual F.R.E.S.H. Book Festival. A free Community Film Festival...

Celebrating MLK with marches, meals

Breakfasts, banquet, worship services and other festivities scheduled locally to honor King. BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF Area residents can take part in a number of events...

Community

Hospice centers need volunteers Halifax Health – Hospice Grief Centers are in need of volunteers for its Daytona Beach, DeLand and Flagler locations. Compassionate individuals are...

‘Divided Soul’ closes at Golden center

A closing reception was held May 19 at the Yvonne Scarlet Golden Education and Cultural Center in Daytona Beach for the “Divided Soul’’ art...

Out & About

Fashion Breeze, Massy Awards...   more...

Stetson professor wins national diversity award

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Dr. Patrick Coggins, chair of the Faculty Senate and member of the President’s Cabinet at Stetson University, has received the...

Landmarks help keep their memories alive

Streets bear name of men who donated much time and talent to Daytona Beach community. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Last week, the Daytona Times noted some...

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