Headline Surfer Hall of Fame: NBA star Vince Carter of Daytona Beach, Vinsanity on the basketball court & all-around good guy
are a couple of quotes from Dr. Michelle Carter-Scott:
“Vincent often speaks of his fond memories of growing up in the Daytona Beach area. The schools and communities of South Daytona, Daytona Beach, and Ormond Beach have been pivotal in his upbringing.
Even as a youngster, Vincent had a penchant of wanting to help others.”
Here are a couple of quotes from my son, Vince Carter. Thank you for reaching out to him and honoring him as an inaugural HeadlineSurfer.com Hall of Fame recipient.
Sheriff Mike Chitwood's tenure in elected office ugly, but masked by mainstream media's eagerness to play up his tough-talking Scumbag Eradicator persona for ratings
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Sheriff Mike Chitwood has held elective office for 16 months now, but from the onset, it has been ugly.
DELAND, Fla. - An ex-con from Lake Helen was killed during the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 1, of when he crashed his car while speeding away from a traffic stop, a DeLand official said.
Justin L. Johnson, 26, was identified as the traffic fatality victim.
Daytona Beach rookie cop dead today after collapsing Friday during training described by Chief Craig Capri as 'very light'
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Thomas Coulter, a rookie Daytona Beach police officer died this morning in the intensive care unit at Halifax Hospital after collapsing during physical training Friday described Daytona Beach Police Chief Craig Capri as "very light," at an 11 a.m. press conference at police headquarters. Coulter was just 25 years old.
No looking back: Danica Patrick's 35th place finish in Daytona 500 in rear mirror; she starts 7th in Indianapolis 500
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The roar of the cars from the Daytona 500 and her crash midway through the Great American Race is a distant memory now for Danica Patrick, who now sets her sights on the Indianapolis 500, in the 7th starting position.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Daytona State Women's Cross Country has signed the first two women to compete in the inaugural season in the fall of 2018: Moriya Patsch, a 2017 graduate from Seabreeze High School, and Janie Davidson, a 2017 Spruce Creek High School graduate, have committed to run for the Falcons in what will be a historic season for the school.
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