Henry Frederick's blog
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Despite the misleading headine in the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Early Voting, in fact, continues today in Volusia County in advance of Tuesday's general election.
SANFORD, Fla. -- Though I am in overdrive in reporting news of the day, I would be remiss not to take a break and share with you why this day was one of great personal reflection: It's my late mother's birthday.
Failed candidates griping, but no hue & cry from public to re-open 5 gates along World's Most Famous Beach in Daytona area
By HENRY FREDERICK Headline Surfer
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there around the world for today is a day of personal reflection.
Being a father to a son (or daughter) is far from easy. Being a son (or daughter) to a father is from easy, too.
Fatal attack on dog in Port Orange waterway grim reminder of New Smyrna Beach toddler killed by gator 2 decades ago
PORT ORANGE, Fla. -- The horrific death of a bulldog by an alligator earlier this week in a Port Orange subdivision before it was trapped and killed, led to the predator's stomach being cut open and revealing part of the dog -- a grim reminder of what happens when Florida's wildlife habitat and people and their pets collide.
Rubio needs to either drop out now & shoot for gov or stay the course for GOP nomination by gambling on Florida win
SANFORD, Fla. -- Fresh off campaign stop here in Sanford on Monday, Marco Rubio needs to think about his political future with his flat showing the very next day in Tuesday'a GOP primaries in Michigan, Mississippi and Idaho. Rubio has two possible paths:
'Next Generation' Headline Surfer® on the way with greater emphasis on Daytona Beach, Sanford & Orlando
Public safety, politics & tourism will be emphasized topics
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla -- The award-winning internet newspaper is on the verge of undergoing a major upgrade that is being dubbed the "Next Generation" HeadlineSurfer.com with a stream-lined home page featuring bold colors and far less clutter.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- As US citizens we say we want to put an end to the terrorist organizations like ISIS, but recent national polls show fighting terrorist organizations like ISIS is a priority of 2 percent. We're not willing to commit to putting boots on the ground in Syria and Iraq to get the job done.