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New Smyrna Beach cops: Man, 59, arrested after he's allegedly caught sexually assaulting 5-year-old boy
Photos for Headline Surfer / John Young, 59, is shown above in his booking mug after his arrest on felony charges of lewd and lascivious acts on a child.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- A 5-year-old boy was sexually assaulted by a 59-year-old friend of the boy's family after he was allegedly caught, leading to the arrest Wednesday night of John Young, who was being held without bail in the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach.
Headline Surfer Hall of Famer: SEV Democratic Party insider Jack Wrightington's proudest day was Michelle Obama's 2012 Daytona visit for President's re-election
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Perhaps John Wrightington's proudest day as a Democratic Party insider was seeing First Lady Michelle Obama stumping for her man -- President Barack Obama -- with a passionate pitch to get the vote out and return him to the White House for four more years.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- A 63-year-old man trying to cross US 1 was struck by a motorist in the 1100 block of the southbound lanes and died shortly after being airlifted to Halifax Hospital on Thursday, New Smyrna Beach cops said.
Post-Hurricane Matthew: Damage forces temporary closure of New Smyrna Beach Municipal Sports Complex
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Damage from Hurricane Matthew of the city's municipal sports complex, 1800 Turnbull Bay Road, means it won't reopen until an assessment is done and repairs made, a city official said.
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Daytona-area beach driving supporter livid with county's banning of cars on hard sands 2-3 days ahead of Hurricane Matthew's expected arrival
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Jim Oddie is livid Volusia County government officials have moved so quickly to ban beach driving for the rest of the week and possible though the weekendd if there is significant damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew's expected torrential rain and strong winds.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- There's an old proverb that goes something like this: A cat has nine lives. For three it plays, for three it strays and for the last three it stays." Whether that is true was not something New Smyrna Beach firefighters took for granted in rescuing three cats from a residential structure fire over the weekend.