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End of Day Report New Suits Filed 09/14/10 for Circuit Civil
(Excluding Nonpublic and Sealed Cases)
Case Number Div Primary Litigant #1 Primary Litigant #2 Category
2010 13340 CIDL 02 DISCOVER BANK MARILYN K SNOW Contract and Indebtedness
2010 13342 CIDL 01 BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION THOMAS F ADKINS SR Homestead RP & Foreclosure > $250K
2010 13343 CIDL 01 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING LP KRISTEN LEIGH SCHULZ Non-Homestead RP & Forecl > $50K
2010 13344 CIDL 02 ESTATE OF EDNA MAY BROWN WOODLANDS EXTENDED CARE INC Nursing Home Negligence
ORMOND BEACH -- The Gymnastics Center at the Nova Community Park is receiving a much needed facelift, city officials said.
Work began on Sept.1 to install insulation and ceiling, which will improve the Center’s temperature control and the sound attenuation.
Daytona Beach police arrest four in prostitution sting, including Mainland High School's head football coach
Courtesy photo/VCBJ mug.
John Moranto, 68, head coach of the Mainland High School football team and a city resident, was charged with solicitation to commit prostitution, during a Labor Day weekend crackdown on prostitution by Daytona Beach police.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Four people have been arrested this Labor-Day weekend on prostitution-related charges in response to complaints by merchants and residents alike of the illicit activity in various parts of the city, a police spokesman said. Among the four was 68-year-old John Moranto, head coach of the Mainland High School football team and a city resident, who was charged with solicitation to commit prostitution.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- It’s been 10 years since the County Council created the Voles County Department of Economic Development because the private sector-driven Volusia County Business Development Corporation wasn’t working. The County Council made a wise decision a decade ago; I see no justification to change course.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Roxanne Reynolds Hicks is a big fan of the Art Walk on Flagler Avenue here on the street that has thousands of daytrippers from across Central Florida enjoying the artistry and craftsmanship on display.