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It was game on recently at Spec Martin Municipal Stadium in DeLand when eight Boys & Girls Clubs gathered for the 13th annual AMV Cup flag football tournament.

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Latitude Margaritaville will continue to expand as Consolidated-Tomoka Land Co. announced about 1,614 acres of land subject to the sales contract with Minto Communities received the necessary development approvals from the City of Daytona Beach Nov. 7.

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The new Spring Hill Resource center, once completed, will bear the name the Joyce M. Cusack Resource Center, thanks to a unanimous vote of the DeLand City Commission.

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Local officials and investors donned hats and picked up golden shovels to heft the first turn of dirt on The Junction, a new $200 million mixed-use development that includes a 289-unit luxury apartment community in DeBary.

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The Daytona Beach City Commission voted 6-1 to award the construction contract for the First Step shelter to APM Construction Corp. of New Smyrna Beach.

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Amanda Meurer, a U.S. Army veteran, is helping new student veterans adjust to college life at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach as a peer mentor.

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The Volusia County School Board unanimously approved contracts with educational and support staff of the Volusia United Educators in an historic three-year settlement, bringing months of bargaining and impasses to a close.

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The Halifax Health Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Nov. 5 to approve a letter of intent to form a joint venture with University of Florida Health Shands to develop and operate a hospital in Deltona, according to a news release from Halifax Health.

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Many people are familiar with Jesus’ parable of “The Prodigal Son” recorded in the 15th chapter of St Luke’s Gospel.

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A crew of four from the Deltona Fire Department recently returned from a two-week stint to assist people in Calhoun County in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

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Daytona Beach’s Community Healing Project will be featured in the 11th annual Warm Coats and Warm Hearts Coat Drive sponsored by Burlington Coat Factory and Good Morning America.

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The Volusia County Council approved more than $3.5 million in required local funding while gaining more than $22.8 million for behavioral, drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs.

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“He was in a lot of physical and emotional pain, which I believe is why he ultimately took his own life. He died way too young,” said Diane Adams, the wife of U.S. Navy Desert Storm veteran Jimmie Adams.

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Republican Ron DeSantis, who vacated his congressional seat before the election, defeated Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, a Democrat, to replace Florida Gov. Rick Scott.

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Gov. Rick Scott is now U.S. Sen. Scott, edging out incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson while Republican Michael Waltz defeated Democrat Nancy Soderberg for the U.S. House seat vacated by Ron Desantis.

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Sure the cars are sleek and fast, and Corvette owners have lots of fun driving them, but the nonprofit Volusia County Corvette Association takes their charity work seriously.

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After 15 years serving as president of the Volusia United Educators Association, Andrew Spar will now serve as vice president of the Florida Education Association.

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Lines are finally, officially drawn, east and west, and annexation restricted to avoid future conflicts between the cities of Lake Helen and DeLand.

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Volusia County School Board narrowly voted to add one year to Superintendent Tom Russell's contract, a move in direct opposition to calls from the teachers' union to terminate him.

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Edgewater has landed a private aviation business that eventually plans to expand its existing fleet of jets serving Central Florida to offer cross country and long-haul flights to Europe.

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