Tuesday, July 7, 2020

B-CU changing athletic conference

FROM MEAC TO SWAC

A Fourth at the beach? Keep safety in mind

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Large crowds are expected at the beach for the upcoming July 4 holiday weekend. With COVID-19 concerns, all beachgoers are...

Military organizations can apply for COVID-19 grants

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Volusia County has expanded its COVID-19 financial relief program for non-profit agencies to allow tax-exempt military organizations to qualify. The County...

Remembering ‘a jewel’

Beloved deaconess passes away at 101 BY ALEXIA MCKAY DAYTONA TIMES Loved ones of 101-year-old Izetta Polite Scott, said the beloved deaconess of Daytona Beach peacefully...

County jail workers ex-inmate test positive for virus

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Two employees and a former inmate at the Volusia County Branch Jail have tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first...

Bubba Wallace: ‘Somebody tied a noose’

BY ALEX ANDREJEV CHARLOTTE OBSERVER/TNS CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Bubba Wallace said he was “pissed.” I’m mad because people are trying to test my character and the person...

MARKING THE MOMENT

Mayor presents proclamation to Juneteenth committee BY ALEXIA MCKAY DAYTONA TIMES A live Juneteenth observance did not happen this year in Daytona Beach; nonetheless Mayor Derrick Henry...

‘SAFEGUARD YOURSELF’

Masks aren’t mandatory in all public places, but local leaders are encouraging residents to wear them. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES  Despite businesses and government services reopening,...

Masks now required when visiting Daytona City Hall

On June 17, Daytona Beach commissioners adopted a resolution requiring visitors entering City Hall or other city facilities to wear a face covering to...

Black workers more likely to face retaliation for raising virus concerns

BY STACY M. BROWN NNPA NEWSWIRE As more corporations jump into the fray, offering statements of support for African Americans in the aftermath of the police...