Arts, crafts and culture

Museum wraps up summer camp The African American Museum in DeLand’s summer camp started June 12 and ends this week. During their time at the...

Hukill reflects on cancer battle, legislative year

BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSSEE – Sen. Dorothy Hukill says she spent more time watching the Legislature this year, even though she...

Kids learn to fish, bond with police officers

Kids learn to fish, bond with police officers BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Mason Falle is only 5 years old, but he’ll have a great fish story...

Focus

Plenty of Coke Zero 400 activities underway at Speedway The 59th Annual Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola is Saturday night at the Daytona International...

Couple’s mission: More parking for city’s disabled

Insufficient parking for the disabled and the enforcement of handicapped violations have been nagging Palm Coast residents Woody and Joan Freeman. The husband and...

Preservation Hall show at Peabody

Tickets are on sale for a Nov. 19 show at the Peabody Auditorium featuring longtime performers from New Orleans’ Preservation Hall. Scheduled to perform...

Community News

Officials, first responders to distribute Disaster Preparedness Guides Flagler County officials and first responders will spend a portion of their weekend handing out Disaster Preparedness...

A new look for Joe Harris Park

The city is hoping the historic site will be a place for families, not crime. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Joe Harris Park, located between Mary McLeod...

JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION 2017

Local activities include banquet, festival Daytona Beach’s Juneteenth observance started with a banquet on June 14 and ended with a large community festival on Saturday...

Health officials: Tuesday a good day for HIV testing

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Local health organizations are encouraging local residents to get tested during National HIV Testing Day on Tuesday, June 27. The Florida Department...

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