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Bill Delay For Ormond Water Users Due To Michael

Ormond Beach, FL – Around 2,000 Ormond Beach water customers will get their bills a little later than usual and you can blame Hurricane Michael for that. The major storm which carved a path of destruction through much of the Southeastern United States – especially the Florida Panhandle – also affected the Tallahassee-based company Ormond Beach uses to print and ... Read More »

Police: Man Set Fire To Get “Sniper� Inside To Leave

Daytona Beach, FL – Two people have been Baker Acted at Halifax Health Medical Center after one of them admitted to starting a fire in his Daytona Beach apartment so he could get a “sniper” inside to leave. Those people – a 40-year-old man and 42-year-old wife – are not facing criminal charges at this point in the blaze which ... Read More »

Florida Supreme Court: New Governor Will Fill Vacancies

Tallahassee, FL – The Florida Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the next governor — not Gov. Rick Scott — will have the authority to appoint three justices to the Supreme Court. The decision ends a long-running dispute about the power to appoint replacements for justices Barbara Pariente, R. Fred Lewis and Peggy Quince, who will leave the court in ... Read More »

7 Arrests In Undercover Online Child Predator Sting

Daytona Beach, FL – A four-day undercover operation targeting online child predators nets seven arrests in Volusia, including a man who was once a youth camp counselor. The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests today (October 15th) as part of Operation Unlawful Attraction, a joint effort with law enforcement agencies across the Central Florida region as well as federal ... Read More »

Barberville Pioneer Settlement Is Finalist For Great Places In Florida

Barberville, FL – The Barberville Pioneer Settlement is one of four finalists in the running to be this year’s Great Place in Florida. Over 20 nominations were received and reviewed before the selection was made. The selection committee is comprised of professionals in the fields of urban planning, transportation, historical preservation and advocacy BPS Director Debra West said the other ... Read More »

VCSO Seeking New Employees

DeLand, FL –Â The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is hiring, and they’re looking for those wanting to serve the community. VCSO announced on Friday (October 12th) that the agency is recruiting, searching for those interested in a career serving the community. They premiered a new recruitment video on their facebook to make a big push for potential candidates and to ... Read More »