Art for all ages

Moises Suriel shares his love of art with children and adults at exhibit opening BY THE DAYTONA TIMES STAFF For the next few months, area residents...

Daytona State celebrates new soccer stadium

BY ANDREAS BUTLER i>DAYTONA TIMES Futbol, better known as soccer in the United States, is the world’s most popular sport. Its popularity continues to grow and...

Genealogical society to meet Nov. 11

The East Central Florida Genealogical Society invites family history and genealogy buffs to a historical encounter at 11 a.m. Nov. 11 at Ormond Beach...

An evening of fun just for seniors

Hundreds attend annual prom at Midtown center for residents 55 and up. About 350 area seniors were treated to an evening of dinner and dancing...

Former Klansman finds forgiveness at Black church

BY JASON NARK PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER/TNS A giant of a man sat quietly on a folding chair by the door of a soup kitchen, trying to go...

Ready for some laughs? This show is definitely for you

Community activist/promoter Loyce Nottage Allen shares that so much is going on in the world and in the community, and no one is laughing...

Volusia seeking applicants for advisory boards

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES The Volusia County Council is seeking applicants for positions on four advisory boards that research and make recommendations on topics affecting...

Area churches preparing for busy Holy Week

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Easter is April 16 and there are plenty of activities and services for residents leading up to the Christian holiday. Holy...

Black History Month events: Exhibits, festivals and films

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Here’s a roundup of Black History Month events that are happening locally. Many are free to the public. ‘Divided Soul’ exhibit The “Divided Soul’’...

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...

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