Deep in the bat caves of New Mexico, maize was found and also popped kernels of corn that were carbon dated to be 5,600 years old.
Before launching my Polar skiff under the big Dunlawton bridge, I stopped at Donald’s Bait and Tackle to buy a package of dead shrimp just in case my jig was not working.
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.
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.
You probably weren’t expecting to get a column on fast-food restaurants for Christmas, but it’s the gift that real estate developers want you to enjoy.
This weekend we are at the center of the antique and collector car universe with the huge Turkey Run at the speedway and the Birthplace of Speed events at Ormond Beach.
A few months ago at the urging of Suzanne Heddy, I began to push for the City of Ormond Beach to loan the replica of the 1906 Stanley Steamer Rocket to Bill Jones.
The transition from active military to private citizen can be challenging for many veterans, especially with deciding what to do for a living.
As I launched The Green Peanut into the Halifax, my fishing prospects seemed dim. The wind that had been kicked up by Hurricane Michael was still swirling and I knew I was pushing it.