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Charles W. Cherry Sr., who launched one of the state's largest media chains aimed at the black community, has been inducted into the Florida Newspaper Hall of Fame.
A former employee of an airport services and maintenance company is facing felony charges after an investigation revealed she spent more than $150,000 of company credit on personal purchases, officials say.
A rainbow seems to fall at the end of Beach Street in downtown Daytona Beach after an afternoon storm on Tuesday.News-Journal/NIGEL COOK All that rain and rumbling the area has seen for the last month produced rainfall totals way above normal for June, right? Nope.
THIS IS THE FIFTH SHARK BITE IN VOLUSIA COUNTY THIS YEAR, ALL REPORTED FROM THE SAME AREA.
An agreement is in the works to resolve a whistleblower lawsuit that has cost publicly supported Halifax Health more than $109 million, an attorney involved in the case said Wednesday.
THIS IS THE SUNRISE. LOOK AT THAT. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. SOME FOLKS IN DAYTONA BEACH THIS MORNING SENT US IN THESE PICTURES ON TWITTER THERE.
As voters look to cast ballots in the election to determine Holly Hill's next set of leaders, questions are being raised for the second time in as many years about the residency of one who would serve on the city commission.
We will still be here throughout the day keeping up with the latest news and rumors.
The Florida Department of Transportation is holding a public information open house regarding the roadway resurfacing project along State Road 441 , from south of Silver Beach Avenue to SR 600 , in the City of Daytona Beach.
A week after Ball State University President Jo Ann Gora's retirement, a key cabinet member is following her out the door.
Cherie Towne, a Holly Hill Animal Control officer, brings a stray dog to the Halifax Humane Society in Daytona Beach.
Gavriella Cox, at left, works on a reading assignment as Jamayiah Cooley gets help from teacher Yoder Milton last week during the Bethune-Cookman University Summer Academy for Children in Elementary Schools.News-Journal photos/ DAVID TUCKER DAYTONA BEACH Victoria Nieves stuck her hands through a couple of holes cut in a cardboard box, into a pair ... (more)
A 30-foot birdie putt on the 13th hole put Chris Jenkins back in position to win a record-tying sixth Fourth of July Classic championship Sunday at War Memorial Golf Course.
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