PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Joseph Perrone didn't have to look over his shoulder in his re-election bid on the Ponce Inlet Town Council.
That's because neither Perrone nor his colleague, Bill Milano, had any opposition when the noon deadline Friday for qualifying had come and gone, for their respective elective offices, seats 4 and 2.
PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Enjoy some close encounters with endangered sea turtles and other marine life during the 15th annual Turtle Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at the Marine Science Center, 100 Lighthouse Drive.
BREAKING NEWS: Volusia County high school graduation rates have improved, but still lower than those in neighboring Seminole, Orange, Brevard & Flagler counties
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.
Sea turtle 'Francis' to be freed from Marine Science Center after rehab for partially-amputated flipper off NSB waters
PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Due to rough surf and weather conditions, the release back into the Atlantic waters won't come until Thursday for a 6-pound green sea turtle rehabbing at the Marine Science Center from a partially amputated flipper.
The release of the turtle, named "Francis" was to be today, but because of the rough surf, the turtle's release has been tentatively rescheduled to 3 p.m. Thursday. Staff expects to release him at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Beach Street ramp in Ponce Inlet.
Former Volusia County Chair Frank Bruno celebrates 66th birthday; gearing up for canvassing board duties
Retired face of government stays fit with 10-mile mountain bike ride every morning in vicinity of Ponce Inlet residence
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Though Frank T. Bruno stepped off the dais nearly two years ago after a 20-year-run as the face of Volusia government -- the final eight as the first elected county chair -- his political legacy remains in place, considering his successor and others meet twice monthly in the council chambers re-named in his honor.