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DEBARY -- The DeBary Hall Historic Site will display the artwork of four artists from Very Special
Arts Volusia throughout October.

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EDGEWATER -- Beginning Monday, Edgewater Fire-Rescue will be offering flu shots at both fire stations (Station 55 – 1605 South Ridgewood Ave. and Station 57 – 2628 Hibiscus Drive).

Department paramedics will be administering the shots 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Monday through Friday from Department personnel will remain subject to emergency calls during these times so there may a delay when there is not a paramedic available to administer the flu shots.

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VOLUSIA COUNTY 24 HOUR ARREST REPORT AS OF 09/15/2010

BOOKING # SEX/RACE/DOBCASE ACT-PROB
NAME(S) ARST-AGCY/LOCA/DIS SCHEDULE
ADDRESS JUDGE BOND-AMT
CHARGES

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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

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DELAND -- Computer knowledge is just a click away at the DeLand Area Public Library. Check out
the free computer classes available in October.

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ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- The Gymnastics Center at the Nova Community Park is receiving a much needed facelift, city officials said.

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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.

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Editor's Note: The following was written by Volusia County Chairman Frank Bruno regarding economic development:
 
By Frank Bruno
County Chair
 

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.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- The 32nd annual Ed Root Memorial 5K/10K Run id Saturday, Dec. 5, in the downtown waterfront. Race-day registration begins at 7 a.m. at Coronado Civic Center. It begins at 8 a.m.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- The New Smyrna Beach Lions Club is holding a barbecue dinner from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Lions clubhouse, 2340 Sunset Drive, just north of the football stadium. For only $7 a person, visitors can enjoy a special Maryland recipe one half-chicken with baked beans, coleslaw and a roll. Eat in or take out, with beverages available.

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