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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

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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

Good Houseguests Gone Bad

When you live in a vacation state like Florida, you have to be prepared for houseguests. My husband and I have hosted hundreds of friends and family for their vacations. Our most recent houseguest just left a few days ago.  It all begins when they arrive. Hugs are exchanged and then you say, “Just make yourself at home.” You may come to regret that statement … Continue reading Good Houseguests Gone Bad

Advisories Issued for Potential Tropical Cyclone

We will continue to provide updates as more information becomes available. The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine, centered over the Central Bahamas Elsewhere over the Atlantic basin on this Friday morning, a tropical wave is located midway between the Cabo Verde Islands and the Lesser Antilles, producing a large but disorganized area of cloudiness and showers. Conditions are expected … Continue reading Advisories Issued for Potential Tropical Cyclone

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2019 Sing Out Loud Festival Returns to St. Augustine

Florida’s largest free music festival and benefit concert, the Sing Out Loud Festival, has published the festival schedule online. Florida’s Largest Free Music Festival Returns September 6 With a roster of 334 national, regional and local performers, the 4th Annual Sing Out Loud Festival set a new record for number of acts playing during the month of September in St. Augustine, Florida. Each weekend in … Continue reading 2019 Sing Out Loud Festival Returns to St. Augustine

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County Prepares For Dorian; Phone Center Open

According to the National Weather Service, Hurricane Dorian is becoming increasingly dangerous and life-threatening. Volusia and Flagler county residents can expect tropical storm force winds beginning mid-day Sunday. Volusia County Prepares for Hurricane Dorian Dorian is expected to make landfall in east central Florida late Sunday as a Category 3 or 4 hurricane, bringing destructive winds, a life-threatening storm surge, and flooding rains. The most … Continue reading County Prepares For Dorian; Phone Center Open

Hurricane Dorian Updates

SEP 3 @ 5 PM: WINDS INCREASING ALONG PORTIONS OF THE FLORIDA EAST COAST – NEW WARNINGS AND WATCHES ISSUED A Hurricane Warning is in effect from Sebastian Inlet to Ponte Vedra Beach FL, and from north of Savannah River to Surf City NC. A Hurricane Watch is in effect from north of Ponte Vedra Beach FL to Savannah River, and from north of Surf … Continue reading Hurricane Dorian Updates

Floridians Advised to Prepare for Hurricane Season

*UPDATE: Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency as the latest Dorian track covers the entire east coast of Florida. A message from Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety: There are no advisories for Florida at this time, but we wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone to make sure their emergency plans are up-to-date. ✔️ Be sure to plan for locations … Continue reading Floridians Advised to Prepare for Hurricane Season

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NSB in a Tizzy over “Feeding Frenzy”

August hasn’t exactly been a stellar month for PR in New Smyrna Beach. Shark Bite Capital of the World The “Shark Bite Capital of the World” has been making national news, seemingly on a weekly basis, with reports of “brutal attacks”… but is this just sensationalized media or are we seeing a real uptick in bites? 2019 Shark Attacks in New Smyrna Beach To date, … Continue reading NSB in a Tizzy over “Feeding Frenzy”