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  • Girls volleyball: Games to Watch this Week

     
    Below are some of the most intriguing girls volleyball matches to keep an eye on this week. Tuesday Bishop Moore at Oviedo, 7:30 p.m. Buzz: No. 1 Bishop Moore managed to stay undefeated (6-0) after a difficult slew of matchups from the week and its...
  • Updated boys basketball region semifinal matchups

    Updated boys basketball region semifinal matchups
    The schedule for Tuesday’s Feb. 19 boys basketball region semifinals. Games start at 7 p.m.: Class 8A, Region 1 Hagerty (23-5) at DeLand (22-7) Dr. Phillips (20-8) at Wekiva (15-12) Class 8A, Region 2 Orlando University (16-11) at Port St....
  • Portrait of Florida's rural culture

    Eric Dusenbery, executive director and photographer of Cinderic Documentaries, Inc. in DeLand, whose photographs explore the details and intricacies of the people and environments of Florida will showcase some of his works at the Mount Dora Center for the...
  • Spring football game schedules/results

    Spring football game schedules/results
    Here's a list of all spring football games in our coverage area. Please alert us of any errors or changes.    Thursday, May 16 Cornerstone Charter at Master’s Academy DNR Lake Nona 33, First Academy 21 - Final (3 varsity quarters) Friday,...
  • Fall brings roar of bikes, waves for Biketoberfest

    Fall brings roar of bikes, waves for Biketoberfest
    Roaring engines and crashing waves are the soundtrack for this week's Postcards dispatch. Let's start with the engines. Biketoberfest returns Oct. 18-21 in Volusia County, a magnet for motorcyclists worldwide interested in riding in the fall weather...
  • Senate shorts Rick Scott’s $278 million ask for economic incentives

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott's sell-job on the economy is “it's working.” But apparently, Florida's decline to 7.8 percent unemployment isn't enough to convince lawmakers to go along with his request for more corporate tax breaks. The...
  • Democrats have one week to name replacement in HD 27

     
    The Florida Democratic Party has until 5 p.m. on Sept. 11 to name a replacement candidate for Dennis Mulder, the Democratic nominee who last week dropped out of a potentially competitive race in House District 27. Among the people rumored to be interested...
  • UCF ranks among nation’s top universities, says new ranking

     
    U.S. News & World Report this morning released the results of its newest annual college rankings — and one list shows that UCF and five other Florida universities are among the nation's top higher-education institutions. I posted an article online...
  • Sands Theater Company's 2013-14 season at Athens Theatre

    Sands Theater Company's 2013-14 season at Athens Theatre
    The Sands Theater Company has planned an ambitious season that opens with the songs of Elvis Presley and culminates with beloved Broadway musical "Les Miserables." Performances are at the Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., DeLand. For more information...
  • Trevor Southworth directs 'All Shook Up' at Athens Theatre

     Trevor Southworth directs 'All Shook Up' at Athens Theatre
    Winner of two Drama Desk awards and a Theater World Award, "All Shook Up" brings the tunes of Elvis Presley to DeLand's Athens Theatre this Thursday, Aug. 8. The 2004 musical is loosely based on William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," but uses Elvis's...
  • Cops: Man hid boy's bruises with fake tattoos

    Cops: Man hid boy's bruises with fake tattoos
    Sometimes a tattoo can hide a multitude of sins. Kelsey Turner, a 25-year-old DeLand man, is accused of concealing a 5-year-old boy's with fake tats on the lad's midsection, reports WKMG CBS News-6 in Orlando. An observant teacher at the boy's...