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Students enrolled in Volusia public schools will return with new hours.  Elementary school hours will be from 7:50 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. (formerly 7:55 a.m. to 2:05 p.m.) Middle School will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. (formerly 8:56 a.m. to 3:41 p.m.) High school hours will be 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. instead […]

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Daytona State College’s Fresh Start program is a free, four-week workshop for men and women. A new session starts on April 1. After completing the Fresh Start program, graduates will be better prepared to enroll in a career or technical program at the college. Participants must be 18 and up and not enrolled in public school; […]

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The African American Cultural Society will present its annual Youth Black History Reality Program at 4 p.m. Jan. 27 at 4 p.m. at the Cultural Center, 4422 US 1 North, Palm Coast. The free event is partially supported by the City of Palm Coast. As part of the program, the African American Cultural Society again […]

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Through all of the weird machinations of her boss and his administration, Hope Hicks has been labeled the “glue” holding things together at the White House. But events have occurred that even she could no longer tolerate. Having lost Hope, no one seems to know what will happen at the White House. I for one […]

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The Lohman Community Outreach has launched its annual Never Forget Tribute Youth Art Exhibition & Contest. The exhibit and contest is open to all Volusia County area middle and high school youth. More than 100 Volusia County youth participated in the 2017 exhibit and contest. The Never Forget Tribute Youth Art Exhibition & Contest is […]

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The Daytona Beach Chapter of The Links, Incorporated is sponsoring a Rising Stars: Young Achievers program. African-American students in grades 9-12 have been selected to participate in this program. The goal of the Links is to partner with students and their families to help them succeed in transitioning from middle school to high school and […]

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COMPILED BY THE DAYTONA TIMES Jason Hardy, who grew up in Daytona Beach and graduated in 2003 from Seabreeze High School, has been named one of the “Top 25 African American PR Millennials to Watch’’ in a story posted on the Huffington Post website. Hardy is CEO and senior publicist of the J. Hardy Agency […]

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Mrs. Cherry is the senior managing member of Central Florida Communicators Group, LLC, which owns the Daytona Times and Florida Courier newspapers. Family members came from as far away as New York and Virginia to celebrate with her. Georgia native Mrs. Cherry is the daughter of Willis Troutman (circa 1870-1933) and Emma Harris Troutman (1888-1989), […]

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The Exploring Gifts and Graces program, now underway at B-CU, is presenting high school students with skills to help them beyond school. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES High school juniors and seniors from all over Florida are in Daytona Beach this month, participating in the Exploring Gifts and Graces: Summer Adventure in Theology and Leadership […]