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New Smyrna Beach residents want city manager out over controversial comments captured on video. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Some irate New Smyrna Beach residents are calling...

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...

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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...

After the storm: Some cleanup tips from city, county

Catastrophic forecasts of Hurricane Irma ripped through Palm Coast like other areas – initially a Category 5 hurricane, the largest ever predicted to hit...

Plenty of activities, information at New Smyrna senior summit

The Fourth Annual Senior Summit and Health Fair was held Tuesday at the Alonzo “Babe’’ James Community Center in New Smyrna Beach with 37...

Forum addresses racism on college campuses

BY LAUREN VICTORIA BURKE AND FREDDIE ALLEN NNPA NEWS SERVICE Congressional Democrats, led by Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Va.), the ranking member on the House Committee on...

Maryland HBCU hires first woman president

BY LAUREN POTEAT NNPA NEWSWIRE In her historic role as Bowie State University’s first female president, Dr. Aminta Hawkins Breaux said that she’s ready to lead...

Pay down debt first or build up savings?

Here’s how to choose which way to go BY AMY FONTINELLE BANKRATE.COM/TNS Simple math suggests it’s likely better to get rid of debt before saving for retirement...

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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