Thursday, June 4, 2020

African American Cultural Society names new board of directors

  The African American Cultural Society’s (AACS) Nominating/Election Committee recently issued a statement that ballots for the election of three positions on the Board of...

A shoutout to these high achievers from Flagler high schools

Despite canceled proms and classic graduation ceremonies altered by COVID-19, two local students are at the top of their game. Alexander Harvey and Brea Dwyer...

Volusia allocates COVID-19 funds for cities and non-profits

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES On Tuesday, the Volusia County Council approved a $2.5 million grant program to assist non-profit agencies in the county that...

Chaplain shares information on hospice care during COVID-19

“As we continue to add value and uplift people, we must be aware and reflect on how the pandemic affects us and our ministries...

Black entrepreneurs assisting small businesses with applications

According to a recent release, VyStar Credit Union is drawing attention about additional funding for the SBA’s PPP (Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program),...

Feed Palm Coast gives out thousands of meals, raises over $100,000

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES After two weeks of planning and immense fundraising, the mayor’s Feed Palm Coast Initiative culminated in a day to remember...

Historic school an educational journey for men’s ministry

Tour guide Helen Ladson provided information on the Historic Harrington School in addition to a historical perspective of the Sea Island of St. Simons,...

Volusia County lays out reopening plans in phases

BY THE DAYTONA TIMES STAFF As officials continue to see hopeful signs in the coronavirus curve, Volusia County has begun preliminary plans for a phased-in...

Boys & Girls Clubs provide pandemic relief

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Volusia and Flagler counties has announced a fundraising campaign aimed at supporting COVID-19 relief efforts. In times of tragedy...

Palm Coast partners with faith-based organizations to feed residents

Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland announced on April 17 that the city is partnering with faith-based organizations for a massive campaign to provide thousands...