DeLand's Golden Hawks Radio Control Club will host a national scale-model event Oct. 17-20 at the club’s flying field next to DeLand Municipal Airport. West Volusia fans of scale-model aviation are invited.

A severely disabled Deltona teen celebrated a milestone with a thrill ride, thanks to friends who made it possible on the eve of his 16th birthday.

This year’s Sport Aviation Showcase on DeLand Municipal Airport is expected to bring more than 5,000 aviation-minded visitors to town Nov. 14-16, and more than 100 volunteers are needed to help.

Building a home or commercial building in Orange City now costs more, following the City Council’s decision to increase the town’s impact fees.

Imagine you are the chief in a village in Ghana so remote and poor that no one remembers ever seeing a white visitor. Then imagine a silver-haired American medical doctor and his team sweeping into town with a mission to test and treat every villager’s maladies.

If you’ve gone on a lengthy drive recently, odds are, by the end of your journey, your car’s hood and windshield were covered in the corpses of unlucky lovebugs.

Our residents in West Volusia exhibit servants’ hearts daily. Damian Coulson, owner of Divine Choice, has made it his mission to not only help those in need where he resides, but also where he grew up.

Editor’s note: Once again, Realtor Bill Mancinik’s “Native Reflections” column has inspired the contribution of a memory of growing up in West Volusia. This week’s article comes from Michael Braddock, whose family has been in Northwest Volusia for 163 years. Do you have memories to share of …

The dirt-track-racing community will gather for a big night in Barberville Saturday, Sept. 28, in memory of one of their own: veteran racer and two-time track champion Dennis North, who died suddenly in 2011, leaving behind his wife, Julie, and their 5-year-old son, Cole.

A couple of weeks ago, Lake Helen native and Mr. Virginia 1984 Raymond Long invited me to dinner at Papa’s Pizza & Subs before we both attended a City Commission meeting across the street in Lake Helen City Hall.

Deltona’s Planning and Zoning Board has approved a request to rezone 85 acres next to Interstate 4 on the city’s north side, to allow an as-yet-undisclosed company to build and operate a huge warehouse and shipping complex.

You may not know much about art, but supporters of DeBary’s Gateway Center for the Arts have something you may like.

The ongoing effort to collect relief supplies for the Bahamian people left homeless and impoverished by Hurricane Dorian continues, with the goal of shipping some much-needed goods to the islands in early October.

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