DEBARY -- When there is an ailment that affects one part of the body the whole body is affected. I remember when I popped the posterior cruciate ligament in my knee while playing pick-up basketball, I could not push off with that leg anymore, and as a result, I stopped playing basketball because I was not longer as productive as when I had the full use of both of my legs. It is the same with excessive government spending.
DELTONA -- Rich Gailey loves God, his family and his country. And like many of you struggling to make ends meet in this entrenched recession, he's grown tired and weary of paying taxes and seeing from his vantage point diminishing returns in the Southwest Volusia community he and his wife and children call home.
That's why Gailey's running for the district 5 seat on the Volusia County Council.
DEBARY, Fla. -- The Republican Club of Southwest Volusia October is holding a meet and talk to candidates tonight with the following scheduled to appear: West Volusia Hospital Authority Group B Seat 2 candidate Michael Ray and DeBary Seat 4 candidate Eugene Kowalski.
DEBARY, Fla. -- Thank you to Melody McSorley Johnson, chairwoman of the Volusia County School Board for having a great Q & A about the School Board at the Republican Club of Southwest Volusia.
DEBARY, Fla. -- From Johnny Appleseed to railroad engineer Casey Jones to steel-driver John Henry, America has its share of folk heroes. Some of these larger-than-life characters really existed. Some were created. All of
them have played a colorful role in American life and history.
Daytona Beach resident and author William Lazarus will discuss their exploits and the origins of their legends at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, at DeBary Hall Historic Site, 198 Sunrise Blvd., DeBary.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The uncertain future of print media remains a challenge for the industry in the struggle to hold onto tradition while even internet news operations fight for acceptance as the drone of social media draws the masses.
But if there has been one constant in the uncertainty of the news business locally, it's Dinah Pulver, the longstanding environment reporter, who has chipped in to cover everything from NASCAR to Bike Week and the occasional chicken dinner festival. Regardless, she always finds her way back to the specialty beat she's carved out for herself over two-plus decades. And now Pulver is a officially enshrined in the inaugural Class of 2017 Headline Surfer® Hall of Fame, among the Top 100 recipients recognized by the award-winning 24/7 internet news outlet as the best of the best in in Volusia, Seminole and Orange counties and beyond.