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Working on behalf of the borrower, Linchris Hotel Corp., HFF placed the 10-year, fixed-rate loan with MC-Five Mile.
After five years, a fiercely fought legal battle that cost Halifax Health more than $110 million in settlement and legal costs is drawing to a close.
For the past several weeks, top officials at Halifax Urban Ministries have been struggling with the loss of an $80,000 federal grant that covered a third of the annual costs for their homeless family shelter.
A Daytona Beach man with five open warrants for auto theft and fleeing and eluding was arrested Sunday as a result of newspaper advertisements, police said.
The $82 million expansion of the Ocean Center might be starting to pay dividends five years after its 2009 completion.
A prominent businessman who led the Halifax Health Board of Commissioners says he knew nothing of a whistleblower's concerns that would later cost the public hospital system more than $110 million in settlement and legal costs.
Daytona Beach police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and two others injured early Sunday morning.
Hundreds of protests are taking place across United States this weekend in opposition to the surge of immigrants illegally crossing the country's southern border and proposed immigration reform that organizers say gives amnesty to those already living illegal in the United States.
The same beach conditions that led to 65 rescues Saturday are expected today, but officials hope opportunistic thieves will stay home this time.
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SKY 6 IS OVER THE GRIDLOCKED AREA ON I-4 NEAR MILE MARKER 124. WHAT CAN YOU TELL US, DAVE? IT'S AN ABSOLUTE MESS OUT HERE.
Daytona Beach Police are searching for a woman who robbed a local bank Saturday morning.
Police Chief Mike Chitwood says his detectives have been impeded from investigating a possible sexual battery of a 75-year-old resident at a local healthcare facility, prompting a complaint to a state oversight agency.
Employers in Volusia and Flagler counties in June had nearly 7,500 more workers on their payrolls than they did the same month a year ago.
Between Aug. 4 and Sept. 5, the Learning Commons will offer the free workshops on the Daytona Beach Campus, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd. Sessions run from one to three days in one- to two-hour blocks.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:09 am
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