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Ormond Beach A1A Plaza sells for $2.7 million

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As we know, Volusia County grew by 9,358 or 1.7%, so, as you'd expect, municipal population growth wasn't too much either, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's latest report, which covers the period July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018.

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Copperline Coffee + Café, which became an instant hit at the Port Orange Pavilion two years ago, will soon be brewing superior coffee at OneDaytona.

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To update a previous column, I guess the bikers and spring breakers still like us, because tourism and convention business was up sharply in March.

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Lucky’s Market, a natural foods grocer, opened its new store in Ormond Beach on Wednesday, May 8.

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Insurance giant Brown & Brown celebrated its new campus construction Tuesday, April 30, with a host of dignitaries and a ceremonial flag-raising event.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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