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Speedway signs up for state’s stadium-funding process

Speedway signs up for state’s stadium-funding process

BY JIM TURNER THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Daytona International Speedway (DIS) and the Miami Dolphins, both unsuccessful in getting money out of Florida lawmakers in recent years, were the first to sign up for the state’s new stadium-funding process. The deadline to apply for the new annual funding process was Saturday. The […]

Latinos also feeling unappreciated by Democrats

Latinos also feeling unappreciated by Democrats

BY CHRIS ADAMS MCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU WASHINGTON — Latinos nationwide remain firmly in the Democratic camp, but a good chunk of them say the party they generally support doesn’t really care about them, according to a new poll. The pre-election poll of Latino likely voters asked respondents whether they thought the Democratic Party and the […]

Community News

Community News

Deadline is Monday to sign up for Palm Coast parade Organizations and businesses that want to participate in the City of Palm Coast’s Starlight Holiday Parade & Event in December should sign up now. The deadline for entries is Monday, Nov. 10. Participants may register online at www.palmcoastgov.com/starlightparade. Or print out the parade entry form […]

Signs cause chaos at City Island

Signs cause chaos at City Island

Days before election, Daytona commission takes down campaign signage from city’s only early voting site. BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Campaign signs and tents had to come down at City Island Library this week following a complaint by Daytona Commissioner Carl Lentz, who is seeking re-election. The site is the sole early voting location […]

Going early, going strong

Going early, going strong

Throngs of church folks and college students made their way to the polls this week BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES Congregations and college students showed up on different days but they had the same goal. Buses from several churches across Daytona Beach brought parishioners to the Daytona Beach Regional Library at City Island following […]

What you should know about those amendments

What you should know about those amendments

As voters decide the next governor, state representative and attorney general, three Florida constitutional amendments will be on the ballot as well. Here is a brief synopsis and possible outcome on each amendment as well as a pass/fail scenario. AMENDMENT 1 Official ballot title: Water and Land Conservation Dedicates funds to acquire and restore Florida […]

George Hawkins to be funeralized Saturday

George Hawkins to be funeralized Saturday

Funeral services for George Jeremiah Hawkins will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 703 George W. Engram Blvd, Daytona Beach. Hawkins died on Oct. 21. He was 30 years old. Hawkins was born June 30, 1982 to George and Wilma Hawkins. He attended Palm Terrace Elementary, Campbell Middle […]

Where to find some treats on Halloween

Where to find some treats on Halloween

Alternatives for neighborhood trick-or-treating are plentiful throughout the Greater Daytona Beach area. Round up the little (and big) monsters and have some fun. • First Baptist Church of South Daytona in partnership with South Daytona Christian Church, is hosting its annual Light the Night event on Oct. 31 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at 2197 Kenilworth […]

Turie T. Small Elementary former students, educators reunite

Turie T. Small Elementary former students, educators reunite

Classmates and educators of Turie T. Small Elementary Classes from 1960 to 1969 recently connected to share memories of the good times spent at the e school before integration. The mixer was held last month at the Blue Grotto Restaurant for classmates, teachers and other educators. Special recognition was given to educators Donald Scarlett, Lawrence […]

Movement trying to help ex-felons get jobs

Movement trying to help ex-felons get jobs

‘Ban the Box’ event explores removing certain questions from applications BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES A seminar held Monday at Bethune-Cookman University centered on a nationwide initiative to remove an employment barrier for ex-felons. The “Ban the Box’’ campaign asks employers to remove questions regarding conviction histories from their employment applications and to adopt […]