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Headline Surfer / Shown above is a screenshot of the beach from the Volusia County beach cam at the Flagler Avenue beach ramp in New Smyrna Beach showing a few walkers amid overcast skies. 

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Former New Smyrnan Shelly Vincent would be the first to tell you she was spoiled by the beautiful weather here, especially this time of year.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. There were a few beachgoers who skipped along the surf's edge on this Sunday morning before it started pouring and then they made a mad dash for their cars on this mid-Sunday morning.

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Photo for Headline Surfer / While the pelicans were pondering down at the beach, the 27th Annual Flamingo Follies Holiday Art Show was held Nov. 10-11 on Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach.

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PONCE INLET, Fla.  -- So much for kindness: a 3-foot Lemon shark turned around and nipped a Mount Dora man on the foot after the fisherman went through the trouble of releasing it from his fishing hook on Sunday, the second of two shark-bite incidents reported over the Memorial Day weekend.

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PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Nobody is certain whether it was the toddler, Haven, or her baby sister, Hazel, in the stroller with an assist from dad, as to who was actually first through the door.

In the grand scheme of things, it's the Kolluri family of Monroe, La,. officially counted as the 1 millionth visitor Wednesday through the doors of the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet.

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PONCE INLET, Fla. -- Family Vacation Critic, TripAdvisor's family travel site, has released its annual list of the "Best Beaches for Families" in the US and Ponce Inet is on it.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — A 51-year-old Georgia woman is recovering back home after she was bitten in the thigh by a shark on Wednesday as she swam in about 3-foot-deep water.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Certainly, you've heard of the jingle, "Yes! We Have No Bananas." Well bananas, sand and sardines are things we could be running out of.

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Typically it's the shark that bites the human, but this time around, the carcass of a partially-eaten shark washed up on New Smyrna Beach over the weekend, a beach safety official said. 

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