Thursday, April 22, 2021

Family, friends and sorors help Joeretha Hayes celebrate her 85th birthday

BY DAYTONA TIMES STAFF Joeretha Hayes, a retired Volusia County educator, turned 85 on March 29 and the special day brought her many surprises right...

McGee out, Triplett back at Hope Fellowship

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES At the request of Hope Fellowship Church founder Derek T. Triplett, John Paul McGee is no longer the senior pastor at...

DBHA gets $28 million for Windsor-Maley upgrade

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES The Housing Authority of the City of Daytona Beach (HACDB) received approval for $28 million in revenue bonds for the...
COVID-19 vaccination

Helping to stop the spread

Residents who received the COVID-19 vaccine are urging others to do so. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES On Wednesday, Ozetta Wilbon received the COVID-19 vaccine and touted...
Deric Feacher

A HISTORY-MAKING MOVE FOR CITY

Daytona Beach gets more diverse at the top with the hiring of Deric Feacher as city manager. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Deric Feacher will be Daytona...

Port Orange selects new city manager on March 19

After an extensive recruitment process, the Port Orange City Council chose Wayne Clark as its next city manager during a special meeting on March...
vaccinarion

Vaccinations to be administered next week at Midtown center

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES On Monday, more Floridians became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Gov. Ron DeSantis’ latest order now makes residents 50 years...

City should choose Terrance R. Moore

Last week, a substantial number of interested Daytona Beach citizens braved gusty, rainy weather to personally attend one of the most important meetings in...

The city manager search should continue

The Daytona Beach City Commission is now at a critical crossroads in selecting the next city manager who will conduct the day-to-day operations and...
Deric Feacher

INTRODUCTIONS AND QUESTIONS

Daytona Beach city manager candidates discuss budget and management, business, and neighborhood improvement and public safety with residents at a forum in Midtown. BY ANDREAS...