DeLand Pride hosted a rollicking and joyful festival Feb. 20 in Art…
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Charles Williams was a man of many roles: military veteran of Vietnam, Purple Heart recipient, first local African American building inspector, teacher, church deacon, NAACP president, Lake Helen city commissioner, and civil-rights activist working in North Carolina alongside the Rev. Jesse …
The Volusia Remembers Coalition invites you to attend a virtual ceremony to celebrate the life and mourn the unjust death of Lee Snell, a Volusia County victim of racial-terror lynching on April 29, 1939.
Volusia sheriff’s detectives have an arrest warrant out for a theft suspect who stole an engagement ring and wedding bands from his girlfriend in Orange City and used them to propose to his other girlfriend in Orlando.
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- COVID-19 vaccine to be available at CVS Pharmacy
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