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  • The Prospector: Central Florida O-linemen starting to pull their weight

    The Prospector: Central Florida O-linemen starting to pull their weight
    Central Florida has not exactly been a breeding ground recently for Football Bowl Subdivision offensive linemen. Sure, there have been a few. Ty Darlington is the most recent success story, considering what he accomplished as a freshman this past season...
  • 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,...
  • Man's tat linked him to multi-state crime spree

    Man's tat linked him to multi-state crime spree
    Sometimes it's a good thing when folks do not think before they ink. Like this dude. Michael Monaghan, of Naples, who has "231" tattooed on his neck, was busted after his distinctive tat, along with witness accounts and bank surveillance photos,...
  • Does Nick Mosby have nothing better to do?

    Does Nick Mosby have nothing better to do?
    Seeking 15 minutes of fame, if all of your primary obligations are met, is fine. Does not Baltimore Council member Nick Mosby have any serious problems in his district to solve ("Councilman wants Baltimore to boycott Florida after Zimmerman trial," Aug....
  • Mosby busy for Baltimore

    Mosby busy for Baltimore
    In response to the letter regarding Baltimore City Councilman Nick Mosby ("Does Nick Mosby have nothing better to do?" Aug. 13), I would point out first that Councilman Mosby is not calling for a total boycott of Florida. He is suggesting that the...
  • Samurai sword-wielding, knife-throwing man lost it over missing can of shrimp

    Samurai sword-wielding, knife-throwing man lost it over missing can of shrimp
    Jayson Laughman, 34, of Deltona, allegedly used a Samurai sword to break down a bedroom door and threw kitchen knives at family members after his mom's 52-year-old boyfriend accused him of swiping a can of shrimp, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's...
  • Daytona Speedway gets in line for tax breaks

     
    The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Daytona International Speedway has joined the list of multimillion-dollar entertainment venues now requesting up to $2 million a year in sales tax rebates from state lawmakers. Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port...
  • Facebook plea for dogs: ‘Help Save Trigger and Bella’

     
    A Facebook page has been created to bring attention to a case in Deltona. Help Save Trigger and Bella is being followed by more than 500 people so far. Here's what the creator of the page says about the effort:   “Trigger and Bella are being sta...
  • Facebook’s ‘Help Save Trigger and Bella’: Dog removed from home

     
    The creator of the Facebook page “Help Save Trigger and Bella,” about two dogs in Deltona, has updated it today to say Trigger was removed from the home.  Last night the page had more than 500 “likes” — now it is at more than...
  • NASCAR promoter lobbies for tens of millions in tax breaks

     
    Business is looking up at International Speedway Corp. The racetrack owner and NASCAR promoter just won an extension of a lucrative tax break from the federal government. The company says interest among its most avid fans is at a five-year high. And it...
  • Democratic candidate drops out in competitive state House race

     
    The Democratic candidate in a Volusia County-based state House district abruptly dropped out this week, throwing into flux one of the few potentially competitive legislative races in Central Florida. Dennis Mulder, a former mayor of Deltona, was forced to...