BEACON PHOTO/A. JANELL WILLIAMS
A place for The Table — Melisa and Dan Reed pose proudly outside the space for their new restaurant, The Table. The main eatery space at street level will open in mid-March, and the event space at the basement level will open in May. The Reeds’ experience in the restaurant industry will be a big help with opening such a large space; Melisa Reed is going to utilize skills honed while opening over 73 restaurants for Bloomin’ Brands Inc., the powerhouse corporation behind Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill. “Consistency is key, and I think you’ll see that with this restaurant,” she said. “People will know what they’ll see and what they can get every single time they come in.”
Ronald Cleveland “Snowball” Shover died peacefully in his sleep in the early-morning hours of Friday, Jan. 13, at his winter home in DeBary, following several months of declining health. He was 89 years old. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m., Monday, Jan. 23, at Deltona Memorial Funeral Home, 1295 Saxon Blvd. in Orange City. Interment will be in the spring at Vermont Veterans Cemetery in Randolph, Vermont. More ...
GRAPHIC COURTESY DAYTONA BEACH KENNEL CLUB
A sure bet? — This artist’s rendering depicts what the front of the Orange City Racing and Card Club will look like when finished. The card room, a satellite business of the Daytona Beach Kennel Club, is authorized under state law. The card room, along with a restaurant and sports bar, is a reuse of the former multi-screen theater in the Marketplace Shopping Center in Orange City.
BEACON PHOTO/JOE CREWS
View from the street — The administrative building for DeLand Manor faces a busy South Amelia Avenue. A residential wing is in the left portion of the photo. The multistory building in the background is part of The Cloisters retirement community, which DeLand Manor backs up to.