Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Community News

Easter Seals plans Autism Resource Fair on April 2 Easter Seals of Volusia and Flagler Counties is hosting an Autism Resource Fair in recognition...

Clergy hosting sales-tax session

You can bring your ballot to the May 6 meeting DUANE C. FERNANDEZ SR. / HARDNOTTSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM Daytona...

Alpha Phi Alpha party to benefit the Police Athletic League

The Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will host its first “All White Party” on June 27 to benefit Daytona Beach’s Police Athletic...

PRAYERS AT POLICE STATION

Officers, officials, clergy and residents honor mass shooting victims at Daytona vigil. PHOTO COURTESY OF DAYTONA BEACH...

Daytona State to host job fair Oct. 29

Daytona State College will present a job fair on the Daytona Beach campus on Tuesday, Oct. 29. This event is open to...

Plenty of local MLK celebrations in the works

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Gospel concerts, marches, breakfasts, scholarship awards banquets, plays, festivals and worship services are some...
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DeLand Museum performances to focus on Douglass

The African American Museum of the Arts of DeLand will present John Anderson in “Frederick Douglass, His Life and Times’’ in two performances on...

Bazaar to celebrate bald men and women

September is National Alopecia Awareness Month and bald men and women around the country will converge on Daytona Beach to attend the Bold, Beautiful...

Retired Spruce Creek teacher receives school’s volunteer of the year award

Eyvette Troutman-Presley, a retired educator, has been named Spruce Creek Elementary School’s volunteer of the year. Troutman-Presley was raised in Daytona Beach and is a...

There’s still time to sign up for MLK hoops tournament

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Organizers of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 50th anniversary celebration in Volusia County are looking for people to sign up...