Copperline Coffee + Café, which became an instant hit at the Port Orange Pavilion two years ago, will soon be brewing superior coffee at OneDaytona.
Working with half the space it had on International Speedway Boulevard, the new Barnes & Noble now open at Tomoka Town Center in Daytona Beach actually appears larger.
Volusia County's population grew about 1.7% from July 1, 2017, to July 1, 2018, according to a recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Halifax area is continuing to see a stagnant convention and tourism business, according to recently released bed tax collections by the County of Volusia.
Rooms already are being booked at the new Marriott Autograph Collection hotel known as The Daytona, which is anticipated to officially open April 17 across from Daytona International Speedway.
Well, it's become apparent we've reached that tipping point where too much of the Volusia County housing market has exceeded the affordability level.
Whether we like it or not, and a lot of local folks don’t, the hospitality industry continues to be one of the strongest growth industries in Volusia County.
Volusia County’s economy was humming along in the third quarter of 2018 with 3 percent growth in employment and 3.75 percent growth in wages from the third quarter of 2017, according a report just released by the state labor agency.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, or too busy watching old Geico ads, you may have noticed there are a lot of new houses going up in Volusia County.
Brunswick Boat Group officially announced its plans Friday, Jan. 25, to open the Brunswick Fiberglass Boat Technology Center, a recreational boat design and technology center, at Edgewater.
Employment growth and tourism slowed toward the end of 2018 in Volusia County, casting a shadow on an otherwise great year for the economy.
The Wallschlaegers, one of Volusia County’s most influential families of real estate developers, took a big step recently, selling the huge Hacienda del Rio manufactured home park in Edgewater to Sun Communities for about $54.9 million.
Riviera Senior Living at 1825 Ridgewood Ave. in Holly Hill pulls out all the stops to make sure their independent living and assisted living residents know they are at home.
Catching the momentum of Latitude Margaritaville and other developments along LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, a Jacksonville real estate developer submitted plans for five projects in the area.