Former resident Kenneth Kinsler dies

BY THE DAYTONA TIMES STAFF ORLANDO – Kenneth “Kenny” Kinsler, one of the first Black athletes to desegregate Seabreeze High School’s racially segregated athletic program,...

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Credit union plans home-buying seminar Launch Federal Credit Union is offering a free home-buying seminar on Tuesday, Aug. 29 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm....

Suicide rate declines in Volusia, but remains higher than state

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Suicide is on the decline in Volusia County but rates remain consistently higher than the state’s, according to a report...

Virtual Citizen’s Academy

The Daytona Beach Chapter of The Links, Incorporated is sponsoring a Rising Stars: Young Achievers program. African-American students in grades 9-12 have been selected...

Sheriff donates computers to Campbell

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Students at Campbell Middle School in Daytona Beach received gifts on Tuesday afternoon that will help them excel in the classroom. The...

MLK banquet to draw attention to public health

Health care injustice to be topic of Jan. 16 event in Daytona BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF “Injustice Redefined: The Health of the Beloved Community’’ is the...

Black AIDS Institute announces ‘30 Days of HIV’ campaign

NNPA NEWSWIRE The Black AIDS Institute has announced a national digital-community campaign titled “30 Days of HIV.” Launching on May 2 and ending on National HIV...

Flagler graduates first Mental Health First Aid class

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Flagler County graduated its first Mental Health First Aid class that included participants from the Clerk of the Circuit Court,...

Hukill to miss remainder of state legislative session

THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Senate Education Chairwoman Dorothy Hukill will not return before the end of the regular legislative session as she undergoes another...

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