Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Celebrating Malcolm X

Rell Black, founder of the Community Healing Project and a Daytona Times columnist, organized the event. More than...

B-CU student to intern at NASCAR

John Huger Jr. was one of 28 students from around the country chosen for the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program.

Upcoming MLK road project raises concerns

DUANE C. FERNANDEZ SR./HARDNOTTSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM Kimberly Dixon, an engineer with the City of Daytona Beach’s Technical Services Division, talks about the road...

Powers reorganizes Turie T, Harrell graduates

DAYTONA TIMES / 40TH ANNIVERSARY Twenty-two years ago in 1997, the Daytona...

With the half-cent gone, there’s no ‘Plan B’

Charles W. Cherry II BY CHARLES W. CHERRY II DAYTONA TIMES PUBLISHER Forward ever,...

Voters say no to sales tax

Outcome of special election and low turnout no surprise. FILE PHOTO The half-cent sales tax was expected...

Wildcats win MEAC; will face FSU in NCAA tourney

Bethune-Cookman University’s women’s softball team are shown after winning the 2019 MEAC tournament title. The Wildcats won their second straight title,...

Locals sign with NFL teams

BRONTE WITTPEN/TNS Then-Florida Gators defensive lineman Jachai Polite (99) celebrates after tackling LSU Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow in a victory over...

City offers pickleball

The City of Daytona Beach’s Cultural & Leisure Services is offering pickleball free for adults. Play is offered at the Dickerson Community...

Daytona Deliverance to honor pastor, wife

A first pastoral appreciation titled “A New Beginning… Greater Works Shall Ye Do’’ is scheduled for Sunday, May 19 at the 10:45...