Sheriff Mike Chitwood's PIO manager makes nearly $64,000; yet he's clueless in proper handling of a public records request or perhaps that's by design
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- When I left the Daytona Beach News-Journal about six weeks before the end of 2004, I still grossed nearly $55,000.
Then again, I had a front-line beat and nearly a decade of experience from up North before winding down after nearly a decade for the newspaper. Which brings me to one Andrew Gant, the
EDGEWATER, Fla. -- I recently read a media report that the 118-year-old statue commemorating Stephen Foster’s “Oh, Susannah,” has been removed due to people complaining it portrays the level of the black man is below the white man.
Trump's decision to strike Syria militarily was necessary, but anything this president does is scary
EDGEWATER, Fla. -- With President Trump having ordered military strikes against Syria in response to Assad gassing his own people, I wonder why anyone would actually think we as a people would survive all-out nuclear war should it come to that.
DELTONA, FLA. -- A man is shot in the back in a drug-related incident in his Deltona residence a couple of days ago. Another man is stabbed to death Friday night in his Deltona home. A little more than a week ago a man was murdered in the Burger King restaurant.
By Dawn's Early Light: Being smart about staying alive with disabilities along with renewed focus on making each day count
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- There's nothing more promising in my life than the beauty of the morning sunrise.