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Don Lemon breaking out at CNN

Don Lemon breaking out at CNN

Anchor shares opinions on everything from race to equal pay for women BY DAVID BAUDER ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK –  CNN’s Don Lemon braced himself after being recognized by a viewer on a Harlem street. “I don’t always agree with you,’’ the person began, ominously. “But keep it up. I’m not always supposed to agree […]

Kanye goes on tirade  at wedding  reception

Kanye goes on tirade at wedding reception

EURWEB.COM Kanye West went on one of his trademark tirades – this time at his own wedding reception. After exchanging vows with Kim Kardashian, the rapper delighted his honored guests at the Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, on Saturday, May 24, with a rant against the media and a declaration of the Kardashian brand as […]

Braxton believes God gave son autism as punishment for abortion

Braxton believes God gave son autism as punishment for abortion

EURWEB.COM Toni Braxton and her new memoir, “Unbreak My Heart,’’ are back in the news. This time it’s for what she wrote about her son’s health condition that seems to be receiving the most attention. Braxton writes that she believes God gave her 11-year-old son, Diezel, autism as punishment for her having an abortion more […]

Poised to make a difference in DeLand

Poised to make a difference in DeLand

Ex-wife of man run over by officer, career counselor seek commission seat in DeLand BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Rallies, meet and greets and eventual town hall Q&A’s are all on the schedules of DeLand’s Krystal Brown and Jessica Davis. The two are vying for DeLand’s City Commission Seat 3. Unlike Daytona Beach, where […]

Appreciation day for women in public service

Appreciation day for women in public service

Stewart Memorial honors elected officials during annual Women’s Day BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Elected and appointed officials throughout Volusia County flocked to Stewart Memorial United Methodist Church in Daytona Beach to celebrate its annual Women’s Day on Sunday. Senator Dorothy Hukill, past and present Volusia County Council members including Freddye Moore, Joyce Cusack […]

Scholarships await students who remain drug-free

Scholarships await students who remain drug-free

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES The FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools held its Take Stock in Children (TSIC) New Contract Signing and Senior Recognition Ceremony May 15. Volusia County Judge Dawn Fields presided over the swearing-in ceremony and shared words of encouragement with the new enrollees and their parents. The program assists ambitious, […]

FSU presidential search shortlisted to Thrasher

FSU presidential search shortlisted to Thrasher

BY JIM TURNER NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Powerful Sen. John Thrasher’s desire to be the next president of Florida State University has caused a search committee to “pause” the process so it can interview him for the position. Search consultant Bill Funk told committee members on Wednesday that the “irregular” step is needed because the […]

Art collection on display at YSG Center

Art collection on display at YSG Center

The thought-provoking works of talented artist Doreen Hardie are currently on display at the Yvonne Scarlett-Golden (YSG) Cultural and Educational Center, 1000 Vine St. Her collection titled Serenity, Art that Speaks To the Soul, will be on display through July 11. Admission is free and the YSG community center is open Monday through Friday from […]

Trooper loses appeal in lawmaker ticket case

Trooper loses appeal in lawmaker ticket case

With no explanation, a state appeals court Tuesday ruled against a Florida Highway Patrol trooper who challenged a 120-hour suspension because he contended he was unfairly disciplined for giving breaks on speeding tickets to lawmakers. Trooper Charles Swindle said he was following a longstanding unwritten policy when he gave less-expensive tickets for nonmoving violations – […]

BRIEFS

BRIEFS

Palm Coast plans Memorial Day Ceremony at Heroes park On Monday, the City of Palm Coast will have a public Memorial Day Ceremony to remember the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military. The ceremony will begin at 8:30 a.m. at Heroes Memorial Park, 2860 Palm Coast Pkwy. NW, Palm […]