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12 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
Mori Hosseini can play the role of a diplomat, which is what he did when a university president told him recently that performance-based funding -- the new world order in Florida's higher education system -- made him a little nervous.
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20 hrs ago | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Daytona Beach Shores police are investigating an early Wednesday fiery crash where a speeding motorist was killed, an official said.
21 hrs ago | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
When Howard Tipton came to town in 1978 to start as the new city manager, Daytona Beach's western edge brushed up against Interstate 95. On the other side of the bustling highway was an unincorporated, sprawling expanse of scrub and wetlands.
Rose M. Fox, 88, of Lantana, Fla., formerly of Salem, died April 18 at the home of her daughter, Annette Carmichael.
Volusia County voters will decide in August whether they want to contribute an estimated $480 million in sales taxes over 15 years for capital expenses like new buildings and technology in local schools.
Warmack will replace interim president Constance Gully , who took over last fall when then president Albert Walker announced his retirement after leading the university for two years.
A 70-year-old Daytona Beach woman attacked in her retirement community home over the weekend and left unconscious on her kitchen floor for 15 hours remains in critical condition in the hospital, a family member said Tuesday.
Cabanas and fire pits draw families to the pool deck at The Shores Resort & Spa, Daytona Beach's only AAA four-diamond property.
A sign listing gasoline prices at the Hess Express gas station at 2675 W. International Speedway Blvd. in Daytona Beach on Monday afternoon.
Those most closely involved with a $150 million condo and hotel project on the oceanfront, the biggest beachside development in the city's history, say the project is pushing toward groundbreaking by this fall.
Earlier this year when Wendy Thomas no longer had a car to get to work, she turned her misfortune into opportunity: She boarded a Votran bus with a 5-foot wooden cross resting on her shoulder, intending to use the two-hour round trip to her waitressing job to share her faith with others.
Denise Dougherty remembers feeling a powerful pull from a divine force about 10 years ago as she stumbled through the rubble of her uncle's home after a raging fire devoured nearly everything inside.
There were no occupants on the houseboat that sank Saturday morning in the Halifax River, officials say.
Traffic on Interstate 4 is being rerouted after a wreck in the Daytona Beach area Saturday, officials say.