Ormond Beach


Alfie' Retaurant in Ormond Beach celebrates 9 years / Headline Surfer®Alfiie's Retaurant in Ormond Beach says thanks / Headline Surfer Photos for Headline Surfer® /
Greg and Dina Evan thank the community for frequenting their home-style restaurant, Alfie's, especially those who helped the beach-side eatery celebrate its recent anniversary.

ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, Fla. -- Betty and Bud Evans opened the original Alfie’s Restaurant in Jamestown, NY, way back in 1969.

In 1986, they decided to move to Ormond-by-the-Sea and opened up another location, which has now celebrated 29 years in business.

Their son, Greg Evans, and his wife, Dina, own and operate the popular eatery, that remains a throwback to gentler times with great home-cookin' and even better conversation.

The owners have found that giving back to local schools, churches, and charitable organizations has come back to them ten-fold and they are eternally grateful.


ORMOND BEACH -- The 26-year-old son of State Rep. David Hood was found dead in a neighbor's pool in Ormond Beach, the apparent victim of a drowning, according to statements from the family and police.

The body of Clay Hood was discovered this morning in a neighbor's pool, according to police.


ORMOND BEACH — The City Commission has given the green light to the building of two new Sunoco gas stations: A 12-pump gas and serve at 3 N. Yonge St., also known as US 1, and the other, a 16-pump facility on Granada Boulevard near I-95.


Dana Swanson of DeBary tabbed as GOP district 7 alternate chair

Tony Ledbetter with Gov. Scott / Headline SurferPhoto for Headline Surfer/ Rising GOP leader Tony Ledbetter, second from left, is shown here in this Dec. 9 photo op. with Gov. Rick Scott, along with Ledbetter's daughter, Kimberly Patterson, Gov. Scott's wife, Ann and Lt. Gov. Jennifr Carroll at the governor's mansion in Tallahassee. 

ORLANDO -- Pledging to his GOP colleagues that he would be a "conservative voice" for the party, Tony Ledbetter, chairman of the Republican Executive Committee of Volusia County, was elected Congressional Dis. 6 chairman for the Republican Party of Florida at its annual meeting this weekend at the Rosen Centre Hotel. 

"I am honored by the support from the conservative leaders in Congressional District 6. I will be a conservative voice on the State Executive Board of the Florida Republican Party," said Ledbetter, of Ormond Beach, who will represent Volusia, Putnam, St. John and Flagler counties on the State Executive Board of the Republican Party for the next two years.


ORMOND BEACH -- On Tuesday, neighborhoods throughout Ormond Beach are being invited to join forces with thousands of others in communities nationwide for the “Annual National Night Out” crime and drug abuse prevention event.

National Night Out, sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by the Ormond Beach Police Department, the Ormond Beach Police Athletic League, and the Department of Leisure Services, will involve over 9,800 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world.


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Volusia County Councilwoman Heather Post was apparently hospitalized for four days for a blood clot in her head before being discharged on Thursday, she said in a social media posting.


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Fred Costello may be the homegrown candidate, but what matters most is what gets done in Washington for the folks back home in the 6th Congressional District and that is why former Green Beret Michael Waltz is the better choice in today's primary. 

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Like many of you I was disturbed at our luncheon last month in New Smyrna Beach when Fred Costello passionately denied as false several charges which Micheal Waltz' campaign made against him in a mailed flyer.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.  -- After the first two days of Early Voting, traffic is heaviest in Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach, according to voter tallies compiled by Supervisor of Elections Lisa Lewis.


ORMOND BEACH, Fla. - Members of the Rotary Club of Downtown Ormond Beach joined with PTA members to spruce up the grounds of Ormond Beach Elementary School prior to its opening for the school year.