Tuesday, July 7, 2020

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...

Former ACT-SO winners now making their dreams come true

Dominic-Madori Davis, the then graduating student of Matanzas High School ranked high, winning a bronze  medal  award at the NAACP's 37th Annual Afro-Academic, Cultural,...

Women turn heads during Hatitude Luncheon at First Church

Because hats are a perfect way to sashay into spring, the fourth Hatitude Luncheon presented by the Women’s Day Committee sprang into action just...

CareerSource launches website to help job seekers, businesses

DAYTONA BEACH – In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CareerSource Flagler Volusia (CareerSourceFV) has launched a new website to assist jobseekers and businesses who...

Agencies providing essential COVID-19 relief efforts get United Way assistance

The United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties will donate $42,850 to 14 local agencies providing essential COVID-19 relief efforts in Flagler and Volusia Counties. Over $40,000...

Funeral director offers insight on challenges during coronavirus

There has been little vetting on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted funeral service providers. That’s because the equation is radical. Most individuals only think...

AACHO members enjoy fellowship; share pride in culture

Members of the Afro-American Caribbean Heritage Organization (AACHO) recently caught a great comedy, “Ripcord.” The play provided an opportunity to interact and enjoy the performance...