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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Volusia County Sheriff’s Lt. Brian Henderson is among 230 law enforcement officers who recently graduated from the prestigious FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va.

 

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Gov. Rick Scott announced the appointment of Morteza “Mori” Hosseini Wednesday to the University of Florida Board of Trustees.

 

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Hillary Clinton's email server calls into question her standing to run for president / Headline Surfer®
Should Hillary Clinton prevail in getting the Democratic nomination over upstart Bernie Sanders for president, then the specter of her private email server (extent of top secret documents) takes on even more significance, especially with an ongoing FBI investigation.
Stan Escudero of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla. / Headline Surfer®By STAN ESCUDERO
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DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. -- Many Americans have never seen or handled classified information. Those who have will recall the rigors associated with its use and protection. Based on my 33 years with the Department of State, including nine years as an ambassador, let me review for you how State does this. And you'll see why it's relevant in calling into question Hillary Clinton's run for president. 

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Today last day; prep sports writer Brian Linder bolting, too
Cory Lancaster quitting as managing editor of the Daytona Beach News-Journal  / Headline Surfer®Brian Linder, prep sports writer quitting the Daytona Beach News-Journal / Headline Surfer®Photos for Headline Surfer® /

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Daytona homeless family shelter / Jim Dinneen, Forough Hosseini, Mark Geallis / Headline Surfer®
First of a 10-Part Series that takes the public into the plight of homeless families with children and teens living on their own with no place to call home in greater Daytona Beach and throughout Volusia County and three leaders who did something about it -- Mark Geallis, executive director of the Halifax Urban Ministries; Forough Hosseini, vice president of ICI Homes and a community entrepreneur and Volusia County Manager Jim Dinneen. These are their stories...

Forough Hosseini was one of the big proponents of thne Project Hope shelter / Headline Surfer®DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Forough Hosseini tugs on the door at the former Walter A. Hurst School just north of the Daytona Beach city limits in adjacent Holly Hill in an impoverished neighborhood that served as its elementary school for many years before its closing nearly a decade ago.

Hosseini knows all too well the strengths and weaknesses of Daytona, the Central Florida tourism hub on the East end of interstates 4 and 95, that is home to the World's Most Famous Beach®, where speed was born.

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New Smyrna Beach politician endorses Ormond Beach attorney & fellow GOPer Tom Leek against Democrat Noel Bickford for Tallahassee seat 

Deb Denys withdrtsaws from Florida House District 25 / Headline Surfer®Tom Leek, Daytona attorney, running for FHD 25 / Headline Surfer®Becky Reichenberg no longrer running foe HD 25 in Fla / Headline Surfer®Noel Bickford running for fla HD 25 as a Democrat / Headline Surfer®

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Citing "pressing family matters," Volusia County Councilwoman Deb Denys said she has withdrawn her candidacy from the Florida House 25th district.

Denys instead will serve out the remaining two years in her district 3 Volusia County Council seat in DeLand, which is much closer to her New Smyrna Beach residence than trekking to Tallahassee.

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DAYTOA BEACH, Fla. -- Volusia County’s Charter Review Commission will meet 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 30, in the 2nd-floor Dennis R. McGee Room at the Daytona Beach International Airport, 700 Catalina Drive. Main topic: Proposed charter amendment relating to the Volusia Growth Management Commission. Please visit www.volusia.org/countycharter.

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Deltona Library sahowing freee movies in April / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Three free movies will be shown during the month of April, including a James Bond flick.

DELTONA, Fla. -- Watch free movies at the Deltona Regional Public Library, 2150 Eustace Ave.

April’s lineup includes these PG-13 movies:  

• “Bridge of Spies," 11 a.m. Monday, April 4.
Tom Hanks stars as an American lawyer who defends a Soviet spy and then helps the CIA exchange him for U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers. 142 minutes.

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DELTONA, Fla. -- Starting Jnue, garbage taken to the curb on collection day must be done so in a trash bin after it is bagged. Waste Pro will pick up two garbage bins & unlimited recycling. Residents may add a second bin, from Waste Pro ($75) or from a hardware store, but it must be square with a hinged-lid & compatible with Waste Pro's automated trucks.

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Cory Lancaster's last day March 29; prep sports writer Brian Linder bolting, too

Cory Lancaster quitting as managing editor of the Daytona Beach News-Journal  / Headline Surfer®Brian Linder, prep sports writer quitting the Daytona Beach News-Journal / Headline Surfer®Photos for Headline Surfer® /
Cory Lancaster, longtime managing editor of the Daytona Beach News-Journal, and well known in Central Florida for two decades before that as a senior metro reporter for the Orlando Sentinel, shown at left with News-Journal Editor Editor Pat Rice, is quitting the print newspaper later this month, as is Brian Linder, high school sports prep writer.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Editor Pat Rice got bummed out when up-and-coming reporter Andrew Gant, who followed him from Panma City to Daytona, got hired away by the Volusia County Sheriff's Office to crank out the steady diet of press releases the newspaper has long since come to rely on.