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NHC: Tropical Wave Developing, Florida Impact Possible


Five-day forecast/outlook as of July 29th, 2019(National Hurricane Center) Miami, FL – Right now, its name is Invest 95L. But, as it continues to develop, the state of Florida could be calling it Chantal. The latest five-day outlook from the National Hurricane Center shows a system developing over the Caribbean that’s already expected to bring heavy rain and flooding to ... Read More »

AAA: Gas Prices Down 12 Cents In 11 Days


Daytona Beach, FL – Gas prices around the Sunshine State dropped nine cents during the past week, leading to a total discount of 12 cents. That’s according to AAA’s latest gas report, detailing new low averages for the state at $2.58 per gallon (regular unleaded). The current average is nine cents less than last week, four cents more than last ... Read More »

Environmentalists To Discuss Indian River Lagoon


Indian River Lagoon(News Daytona Beach) Ormond Beach, FL – Volusia County employees and environmentalists are set to discuss the humans and how they impact the Indian River Lagoon. That presentation is set to start at 11 a.m. tomorrow (July 30th) at the Ormond Beach Regional Library off of South Beach Street, featuring Megan Martin, Volusia County’s Be Floridian Now program ... Read More »

Daytona Home Sales Dip In June


Daytona Beach, FL – While the median sales price rose, sales still fell across the Daytona Beach area through June. The latest data from the Daytona Beach Multiple Listing Service shows that 475 single-family homes sold in the area with a median sales price of $256,900. That’s a 12% drop when compared to the total sales in May of this ... Read More »

Time Running Out For Mainland H.S. Students To Sign Up For Makeup AP Test


Daytona Beach, FL – Parents of students at Mainland High School are running out of time to return letters to the school pertaining to students who took ‘placebo’ AP tests during the past school year. Volusia County School Board Chair Carl Persis said they made certain with the College Board that the plan outlined in the letters is in line ... Read More »