DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- You've got to check out the 'Scumbag Eradicator' himself, Mike Chitwood, Volusia County, Florida's tough-talking Sheriff as you've never seen or heard him before -- as he does the Law Enforcement Lip Sync Challenge and blows the competition away!
County Council write-in candidate epitome of Mike Chitwood vitriolic crud engaged in gutter campaign against frontrunner Ben Johnson
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- He was once suspected by a neighboring DeLand family of four of having deposited a dripping used condom covered with blood on the welcoming mat of their front porch in a perverse act of intimidation.
Not only did then-Daytona Police Chief Mike Chitwood rely on influential insiders to fund 2/3 of his 2016 campaign for sheriff, he also paid $3,000 to an ex-con for political advice
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Not only did Mike Chitwood rely on Daytona's influential insiders to fund nearly two-thirds of his 2016 campaign for sheriff in 2016, the then-police chief also paid $3,000 to an ex-con for political advice.
What better way to begin bringing Chitwood into the Sunshine and exposing his hypocrisies than today -- Friday the 13th?
Daytona Chamber CEO Nancy Keefer to be named chair of the umbrella organization's board of directors
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Nancy Keefer, CCE, president and CEO of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce, will be named chair of the Association of Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors during the organization’s annual meeting on July 18.
REWIND of NASCAR's Coke Zero Sugar 400: Erik Jones, first-time winner of July race under the lights at Daytona International Speedway
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A year ago, it was Ricky Stenhouse who won the war of attrition and NASCAR's signature July race under the lights at Daytona International Speedway.
It was Stenhouse who be the cause of attrition Saturday night with the "Big One" that claimed half the field. But it was a little-known driver, Erik Jones, who passed the reigning series champion, Martin Truex Jr by .125 of a second at the finish line to win the Coke Zero Sugar 400.