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  • Ormond Memorial Art Museum hosts adjudicated Volusia student show

     
    It’s Youth Art Month, so Ormond Memorial Art Museum is exhibiting works by more than 130 student artists. For more than 35 years, Volusia County students in public-school art classes have been able to see their creations exhibited in local museums...
  • Ormond Beach dedicates park for its “Mr. Beach”

     
    It was 1935 when the teenager from Massachusetts moved to Ormond Beach. The first thing he did, after arriving at his new home, was to see the beach.  After 65 years of swimming, surfing and fishing that beach, of saving troubled swimmers and running the ...
  • Could Orlando Sentinel worker be Fantasy 5 winner?

     
    Is there someone walking around the Orlando Sentinel office today a little more cheery than usual? Maybe it's because they are $65,000 richer this morning. Four tickets shared the Fantasy 5 jackpot from Wednesday night's drawing and one of them was a free...
  • Local tickets grab share of Fantasy 5 cash

     
    For the second night in a row, a ticket purchased in Central Florida won a share of the Fantasy 5 jackpot. Monday night's winning ticket was purchased at the 7-Eleven at 1950 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach. It and a ticket bought at a One Stop store in...
  • Victoria Siplin wants to keep Senate seat in the family

     
    Victoria Siplin, wife of veteran state Sen. Gary Siplin, D-Orlando, has filed papers announcing she's running for the seat her husband has held since 2002 but must give up next year because of term limits. She'll have competition: State Rep. Geraldine...
  • Testing the water and the “healthy beaches” program

     
    Beachgoers in Central Florida should know there is regular testing of the ocean water for bacteria, the kind that can sometimes give people the runs. Unfortunately, not every mile of beach in Florida is always tested but in Brevard and Volusia county,...
  • Volusia YMCAs to teach pool safety on Tuesday

     
    Every year, kids die in swimming pools in Florida. To teach the importance of water safety, the Volusia Flagler Family YMCA will celebrate Pool Safely Day on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at Y locations in Volusia County.  Two special events will also be held...
  • College-prep boarding school gets Gov’s approval

     
    Catching up on some news of interest from last week……… While we reported that Gov. Rick Scott signed a slew of school choice bills last week, we didn't mention that on Tuesday he also signed one that creates a pilot program boarding...
  • Teachers’ union files suit to kill proposed constitutional amendment allowing funds to religious institutions

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Education Association, joined by other school administrators and religious leaders, filed suit in a Tallahassee court Wednesday challenging a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow state funds to go to religious...
  • 9/27: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Accounting Gena Palmberg has joined the staff of Patrick J. Dugas as a staff accountant. Boards of Directors Recently elected officers of the Mid Florida Chapter of the Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals include Diana Youngblood of...
  • Governments cut jobs, benefits to avoid raising taxes

    Local governments throughout Central Florida are bracing for a third consecutive year of tighter budgets as the tax revenue they depend on is reduced by falling property values. In response, they're eliminating staff jobs, curtailing benefits and cutting...