Surely, there were two stories iun 2016 with global implications with Donald Trump winning the presidency ogf the US and the terrorist massacre at the Pulse gay night club in Orlando were huge stories, but for Headline Surfer®, the No. 1 story of 2016, was right here at "home," a word in and of itselfd, one of consternation and political infighting that has divided its people far too long.
More so than tax breaks for the billionaire France Family and their unwaveriung commitment to Daytona International Speedway as the epi-center of racing and the other crown jewel Daytona Beach.
shared crown jewel with us -- fierce debate of the human mimnThe Pulse nightclub massacre, a cowrdly act by a lone wolf terrorist who claimed allegiance to ISIS leading to the massacre of 49 innocent lives and the wounding of dozens more was clearly a global story that hit close to home in Orlando. The election of Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton clearly was an ugly campaign, but this was a national story that also hit home.
But clearly, in terms of Headline Surfer's year-long effort to bring attention to a story here at "home," in and of itself, a source of consternation, the hard-fought Herculean efforts of a trio of community leaders ensured that "Hope Place," the planned conversion of an elementary school into a fauility to serve homeless families and unaccompanied youth was approved with a unanimous vote of the Volusia County Council demonstrated that when