Hall of fame

Retired Sheriff Ben Johnson & 7 others from VCSO are entrants in Headline Surfer Hall of Fame

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Retired Sheriff Ben Johnson, who turned in his gun and badge after 16 years as an elected leader, heads up an all-star listing of Volusia County personnel -- past and present -- who have made the grade for inclusion in the...

Mount Rushmore of Volusia County: Joyce Cusack, Frank Bruno, Ted Doran & Melody McSorley Johnson

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- When it comes to consideration of the best of the best Joyce Cusack, Frank Bruno, Ted Doran and Melody McSorley Johnson are in a league of their own. They are the Mount Rushmore of Volusia County. 

2017 Headline Surfer Hall of Famer: Ted Doran, legal counsel to Volusia County School Board, outstanding Daytona-area civil attorney

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- For all his legal bravado, there was one litigant Jon Kaney, Jr., could not get to in his Waverly Media county council prosecution witchhunt: Theodore Doran. 


2017 Headline Surfer Hall of Fame: Bob Davis, Lodging & Hospitality Assn. of Volusia County

YouTube download / New Vision Videos LLC video / Bob Davis gives a first-person account of his beginnings in the hotel and lodging industry as he relocated from the Catskills in New York to Daytona Beach Shores in 1966....

2017 Headline Surfer Hall of Fame: Dinah Voyles Pulver, Daytona daily newspaper environment writer

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The uncertain future of print media remains a challenge for the industry in the struggle to hold onto tradition while even internet news operations fight for acceptance as the drone of social media draws the masses.


2017 Headline Surfer Hall of Fame: Blue Oyster Cult rocks Destination Daytona during Biketoberfest

ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- Blue Oyster Cult closed out Biketoberfest 2011 at Destination Daytona with a concert for the ages and Headline Surfer was right there on stage with the band to capture the magic on video with 6,500 bikers cheering on as the...

HALL OF FAMER: Frank Bruno, Volusia's 1st Elected County Chair, Remains Face of Politics Four Years After Leaving Dais

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Even though he last held public office in 2012, Frank T. Bruno, Jr. is generally recognized as the face of Volusia County government.