Tuesday, July 7, 2020

N.C. pool criticized over ‘racist’ rules

THE NEWS & OBSERVER RALEIGH, N.C. – An outdoor recreation center in North Carolina defended its policies that some...

Embry-Riddle touts largest classes in its history

New programs at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach campus include master’s degrees in Occupational Safety Management as well as Data Science.

New Light Up Midtown queen and king crowned

Mrs. Mary Flemings and Mr. Jack McClairen Mrs. Mary Flemings was named the new...
JEROLINE MCCARTHY

Flagler resident releases another children’s book

“Princess Kamala and the Dogon Oracle” is the fifth book in the Princess Kamala series, written by...

B-CU launches second phase of brick campaign

The deadline is Feb. 14, 2020 to participate in the second phase of the Pave the Way for Education Brick Campaign.

Donald Trump did something right

In the last week, President Donald Trump suddenly reversed two major decisions.  He announced...

Rattler alum meet; municipal races heat up

DAYTONA TIMES / 40TH ANNIVERSARY  Sixteen years ago in 2003, the Daytona Times...

FUTURES Foundation graduates 39 from Tomorrow’s Leaders Program

Atlantic High School: Annabella Schermer, Hank Jordan, Grant Foxman, Michaela Broxton and Principal Stephen Hinson FUTURES Foundation for...

‘NO EASY ANSWERS’

New B-CU president is positive but frank during speech to alumni. Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite spoke...

Florida House gives support to hospital in Deltona

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA The Florida House voted unanimously Wednesday to pass a bill that would clear the way...