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Volusia County News: Republican ‘census’ form should not be confused with U.S. Census Bureau questionnaire

The Republican National Committee has mailed “2019 Congressional District Census” forms to local residents. The form mimics the look of the federal census form, but it has key differences. For example, it asks if the responder will support Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election and if the Democrat Party “is promoting a Big-Government Socialist agenda for America.” It also asks for a donation and … Continue reading Volusia County News: Republican ‘census’ form should not be confused with U.S. Census Bureau questionnaire

The Trip to Bountiful opens at the Little Theatre October 18

Showtimes: 7:30 PM, October 18, 19, 24, 25, and 26 and 2:00 PM, October 20  and 27 Tickets: $20/adults, $19/seniors, $10/juniors Purchase online at www.nsbplayers.org or by phone at 386-423-1246.  Tickets may also be purchased in person, Mon-Fri at the box office from 1:00 pm till 4:00 pm and two hours prior to every performance. THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL is about the myth of an … Continue reading The Trip to Bountiful opens at the Little Theatre October 18

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Sea Turtle Nesting Is Focus Of October Public Lecture at Marine Discovery Center

The 2019 sea turtle nesting season in Volusia County and Canaveral National Seashore will be the featured topic at the Marine Discovery Center’s October monthly lecture series. Kristen Kneifl, Canaveral National Seashore Chief of Resource Management, Volusia County Sea Turtle Conservation Plan Field Manager Sami McCorkle, and Jaymie Reneker, biologist with Ecological Associates, Inc., will co-present the update on this year’s record nesting season on … Continue reading Sea Turtle Nesting Is Focus Of October Public Lecture at Marine Discovery Center

Plein Air Paint Out

Events in the 2019 Plein Air Paint Out will get started on Saturday, Oct. 19, with the lively “Quick Draw” competition set to kick off the weeklong celebration of outdoor painting in New Smyrna Beach. Live Painting and Artist Events held October 19 through 26 in New Smyrna Beach Hosted Oct. 20-26, by the Marine Discovery Center and The Artists’ Workshop, the “Quick Draw” event … Continue reading Plein Air Paint Out

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New & Improved Chisholm Elementary

A Result of Voter Approved Half-Cent Sales Tax Families with students that attend Chisholm Elementary, located at 557 Ronnoc Lane in New Smyrna Beach, are having an exciting school year. Students have moved from the original school building, first opened in 1954, into a brand new state-of-the-art school. The $20.8 million project began in June 2018 and was recently completed late summer 2019. The students … Continue reading New & Improved Chisholm Elementary

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Operation Green Light

Is your license suspended? Volusia County is offering an opportunity to save money and get back on the road. Volusia County customers with suspended driver’s licenses will have the opportunity to pay overdue court obligations while saving up to 40 percent in additional fees to get their license back. Saturday, October 12 @ The Clerk of the Circuit Court On Saturday, October 12, the Clerk … Continue reading Operation Green Light

INSIDE LOOK: Seaside Cryotherapy and Oxygen Bar

The Coolest Place In Town! Owners: Jeff and Arielle VanEck // www.SeasideCryotherapy.com // New Smyrna Beach & Ormond Beach Interview by: Tiffany Evers // Photos by: Kelsey Walters Alternative medicine is becoming more and more popular and new technology is giving companies the ability to easily offer these services to their clients. This statement couldn’t be truer for Seaside Cryotherapy and Oxygen Bar, which now … Continue reading INSIDE LOOK: Seaside Cryotherapy and Oxygen Bar

City of NSB to Break Ground on City Hall Annex Project

The city of New Smyrna Beach will host a groundbreaking ceremony for its City Hall Annex project at 214 Sams Ave. on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 5:30 p.m. NSB Breaks Ground on City Hall Annex THURSDAY The project involves renovation of the “weeping mortar” building just north of NSB’s historic city hall located at 210 Sams Ave. and finishing the adjacent vacant lot currently used … Continue reading City of NSB to Break Ground on City Hall Annex Project

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Florida Under Public Health Emergency

Florida Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees recently declared a Public Health Emergency to address the increase in hepatitis A cases in Florida due to the current national outbreak. State of Florida under Public Health Emergency for Hepatisis A Since 2018, there have been more than 22,000 cases of hepatitis A in the U.S. and more than 2,500 cases in Florida. Despite the recent rise in … Continue reading Florida Under Public Health Emergency

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Ask A Local: Best Pumpkin Patch in the Area

Fall is officially here in Florida, which doesn’t mean that much has changed thanks to our balmy weather, except now we have pumpkins! Here are the favorite spots the locals head to pick the perfect pumpkin for Halloween. Best Local Pumpkin Patches FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 305 Dunlawton Ave, Port Orange (386) 767-6161 FirstChurchPO.org/PumpkinPatch FB: FirstChurchPO // Insta: @FirstChurchPO Pumpkin patch opens Oct 6 Mon … Continue reading Ask A Local: Best Pumpkin Patch in the Area