Sunday, September 27, 2020

Volusia offering express service for renewals

Do you need your vehicle registration in a hurry? You no longer have to wait for the mail, and you can skip...
OUR BLACK HISTORY

OUR BLACK HISTORY

Port Orange remembers Freemanville during annual service at local church.   BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Volusia County residents filed into Mt. Moriah Baptist Church on Tuesday to...

‘Violet the Musical’ continues at Daytona State

With flavors of country, gospel, blues and honky-tonk rock, Daytona State College’s spring musical, “Violet the Musical’’ continues through March 4 at its News-Journal...

Halifax Health to present emergency medicine conference

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES On Sept. 13, Halifax Health will present Trauma Talks 2019 – a comprehensive, one-day...

Free meals available next week for students in public schools

COMPILED BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF Volusia and Flagler County school districts have announced that free meals - breakfast and lunch – will be available March...

Ormond Beach library lines up speakers for Black History Month

Promoters Linda Epps and Lawrence Green are dropping the mic and headlining the Fourth Annual Black History...
CARLTON SCARLETT REFLECTS

Carlton Scarlett Reflects

The former mayor’s brother, who just turned 91, discusses his sister’s legacy and growing up in Daytona Beach.   BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES When the City of...

Prep football is back; public schools begin play

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES After a long wait, high school football is officially back as most local prep squads hit the gridiron this week. There are...

Daytona State to hold interview sessions for part-time instructors

DAYTONA BEACH – Daytona State College is looking for a few good part-time instructors.
John Anderson

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...