Friday, August 14, 2020

‘We were prepared’

Tropical storm spares Volusia and Flagler BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Minimal damage was reported from Tropical Storm Isaias in Volusia and Flagler counties. Volusia County reported...

DECISION TIME

Early voting in the primaries is now under way. Some local leaders are encouraging voters to mail in their ballots. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES The 2020...

Local artist to host Caribbean-themed virtual exhibits

Weldon Ryan is playing out his story, making strides in cyberspace despite the coronavirus attack. The artist, a former Flagler County Art League president, joined...

Jazz artists’ online concert airs in September

Chauncey Dunham, CEO/CVO of A Dante Production, is ramping up North Central Florida’s entertainment, produced by the onslaught of COVID-19, and developing into a...

Youtube concert benefits faith-based nonprofit

The Museum of Arts and Sciences and A Dante Production will present “Jazz on the Green,” a must-watch performance, airing Sept. 18, 9 p.m.,...

Black educators sue Flagler schools for racial discrimination

BY ALEXIA MCKAY DAYTONA TIMES Two Black educators are suing Flagler County school district for racial employment discrimination. A veteran teacher and an assistant principal have...

Friends help Mildred O’Bryan celebrate 97th birthday

For the Lord is good and His love endures forever;His faithfulness continues through all generations Psalm 100:5   It was a spectacularly sunny day for the...

Duo brings COVID-19 awareness and changes to lifestyle

Lawrence Green and Linda Epps are casting the spotlight upon being stuck inside and flattening the curve of the coronavirus. Green mostly lays low, taking...

Retired nurse celebrates 95th birthday, thanks to local group

  Guests wearing facial masks were vigilant May 9, socially distancing themselves in the driveway to celebrate Lucille Huesner’s 95th birthday. The Golden Girls Birthday Luncheon...

NAACP economic development chair helps local entrepreneurs

Orlando Johnson was tapped by Flagler County NAACP president Linda Sharpe Matthews in 2013 to serve as the branch’s Economic Development chair. In the role,...