Congressional dis 6 candidate Adam Barringer to hold press conference Monday in Orange City with W Volusia mayors
ORANGE CITY, FL – Adam Barringer, conservative Republican candidate for the 6th Congressional District from New Smyrna Beach, has been endorsed by 11 Volusia County mayors. Four of them from West Volusia will join him at a press conference planned for 11:30 a.m. Monday. The public is invited and welcomed to ask questions.
The press conference will be held at the Dickinson Park gazebo, 120 E. Graves Ave., Orange City. Joining the former New Smyrna Beach mayor in his quest for Congress will be a group of mayors from West Volusia who have endorsed him. They include Orange City Mayor Tom Laputka; DeLand Mayor Robert Apgar; Deltona Mayor John Masiarczyk: and Lake Helen Mayor Buddy Snowden.
DELTONA -- It's Congressman John Mica of Winter Park and three relative unknowns challenging him in the Republican primary representing congressional district 7.
Headline Surfer® endorses Mica who has become a stalwart in Washington since first taking office there in 1993.
Edgewater man identified as scuba diver who died in diving accident at Blue Springs State Park in Orange City
VCSO: Injured friend in mishap from New Smyrna Beach
ORANGE CITY -- The scuba diver who died in an apparent diving accident this afternoon at Blue Springs State Park has been identified as 36-year-old Samuel Slack of Edgewater, a Volusia County Sheriff's official said.
Slack was prnounced dead at 3::43 p.m. at Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City. The Sheriff's Office was called at 2:52 p.m. in responding to the fatality, agency spokesman Brandon Haught said.
"(Slack) was transported to Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City where he was pronounced dead," Haught told Headline Surfer.
Orange City man, 67, arrested on charges of downloading porn images of children as young as 2 years old
ORANGE CITY -- James Otis Young is a 67-year-old man who lives alone just outside the Orange City limits, the lines on his face giving away his age. But Young had a deep-seeded dirty secret, according to Volusia County deputies who arrested him Monday: Images of 10 pre-pubescent children in various sex acts with each other were seized from his home computer, according to a charging affidavit released to the media with the announcement of his incarceration at the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach.
BREAKING NEWS: Volusia County high school graduation rates have improved, but still lower than those in neighboring Seminole, Orange, Brevard & Flagler counties
ORANGE CITY, Fla. -- A man is dead in Orange City after he pointed a gun at law enforcement officers, prompting several officers to open fire to neutralize the threat. The shooting occurred early Tuesday morning after Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies and Orange City police officers responded to reports of a man stopped in the middle of Volusia Avenue and pointing a gun at passing motorists.
Nat'l Night Out: $1 for 3 tries at dunking Orange City Mayor Tom Laputka or hero cop Sherif El-Shami into a water tank
ORANGE CITY, Fla. -- For just a buck, you;'ll get three shots at dunking Mayor Tom Laputka or Orange City Police Detective Sherif El-Shami into a water tank on Tuesday during Orange City's National Night Out at Dickinson Park.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Orange City Mayor Tom Laputka's run for Volusia County's top elected office came to a less than stellar conclusion when the final votes were tallied in the Aug. 30 primary. Laputka finished dead last among the five candidates.
WV ENDORSED: Mayors of Orange City, DeLand & Deltona stand with Congressional dis 6 candidate Adam Barringer
ORANGE CITY, Fla. -- Seeing is believing and in a show of solidarity, three of West Volusia's most prominent mayors stood with Congressional District 6 Republican candidate Adam Barringer at a press conference Monday outside the Dickinson Center in demonstrating their endorsement of the former New Smyrna Beach mayor and his quest to go to Washington as congressman: Tom Laputka of Orange City, Bob Apgar of DeLand and John Masiarczyk of Deltona.