Black businesses take a hit from Irma

Recovery slow for some businesses, government offices. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES The recovery from Hurricane Irma continues as residents and businesses and government entities are cleaning...

B-CU students recall unnerving hurricane experience; glad to be back in school

BY GREG LEWIS DAYTONA TIMES Bethune-Cookman University students returned to classes on Wednesday after being closed because of Hurricane Irma. The university issued a mandatory campus evacuation...

Focus

Residents, business owners can apply for Irma assistance through SBA Residents who suffered hurricane-related damages can apply for disaster assistance through the Small Business Administration’s...

HURRICANE IRMA – TRAGIC AFTERMATH

One hurricane-related fatality was reported in Daytona Beach on Wednesday. Lack of power remained a major concern as residents bounce back from Irma. BY ANDREAS...

TAKING IRMA SERIOUSLY

Residents heed state’s warning and prepares early for hurricane BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Like other Floridians, local residents were taking Hurricane Irma seriously and had begun...

Alzheimer’s Association hopes to raise $90,000 at Daytona Beach walk

The Alzheimer’s Association has scheduled its Walk to End Alzheimer’s for Saturday, Sept. 9, at Riverfront Park in Daytona Beach. Hundreds of walkers are...

Create a plan for safety

FAMILY FEATURES Disasters can happen anywhere and at any time, and the emergency situations that follow can typically involve lifealtering decisions, actions and consequences. No...

Severe storm prep

Storm season may bring welcome rain, but some storms are strong enough to pack a dangerous punch. Planning ahead for this year’s wicked weather...

Report: Officer didn’t kill him

Young Black man died of self-inflicted gunshot wound and not from a cop’s rounds. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Daytona Beach Police Department reported Wednesday that a...

Taking their message of love to the street

Mostly White crowd unites to protest against hate and discrimination BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES The rain came down, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of about...

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