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  • 03/31: Business events

    03/31: Business events
    Chamber Oviedo Winter Springs: "State of Seminole County" luncheon featuring Seminole County Commissioners Bob Dallari, John Horan, Lee Constantine, Carlton Henley, and Brenda Carey, 11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m. April 3; Oviedo Mall Community Room, 1701...
  • Madre que condujo su auto hacia el océano será internada en psiquiátrico

    Madre que condujo su auto hacia el océano será internada en psiquiátrico
    MIAMI — La madre embarazada acusada de intento de asesinato por conducir su vehículo mar adentro en una playa de Florida con sus tres hijos menores en el interior, recibirá tratamiento psiquiátrico en un hospital. En una breve audiencia...
  • New Explore Florida issue visits beachside destinations where you can put your car in park

    New Explore Florida issue visits beachside destinations where you can put your car in park
    The new issue of the Explore Florida iPad magazine wants you to put your car in park. The cover story is about five great Florida beachside destinations where you can do a lot more than enjoy the sun, sand and surf without having to drive. These are...
  • $1.2-million bail set for mom who drove kids into ocean in Florida

    A Florida judge on Saturday set bail at $1.2 million for the pregnant woman accused of trying to kill her three children this week by locking them in a minivan that she drove into Daytona Beach's 4-foot-high surf. Ebony Wilkerson, 32, remained in...
  • Outta my way, I'm off to Orlando!

    Another NASCAR season is upon us, with the world's top drivers descending on Daytona Beach, Florida this month to begin their annual odyssey of continuous left turns in front of thousands of sunburned, overserved spectators who marvel at their skills...
  • NASCAR roots explored in beach racing film

    NASCAR roots explored in beach racing film
    A documentary on Volusia County beach racing -- and its importance to NASCAR -- will be unveiled next week at Daytona State College. The full title of the 52-minute film is "Hoppin' Rattlesnakes: Oral Histories Of Beach Racing in Volusia County 1903-...
  • Woman, 97, recovering after trooper's car hits her

    Woman, 97, recovering after trooper's car hits her
    A 97-year-old Daytona Beach woman was hospitalized Wednesday after a Florida Highway Patrol trooper hit her with his patrol car as she walked in a parking lot, investigators said. Maria McEwen was waiting for her caregiver, who was in a Walgreens on...
  • Freebie Friday: Stuff to see, do in Central Florida

    Freebie Friday: Stuff to see, do in Central Florida
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything here is free. Find free events, museums, attractions, music, art exhibits, galleries, and more, absolutely free. Events    BIKE WEEK: city-wide motorcycle festival: daily today through March  16; Downtown...
  • Mother drives minivan with kids into sea in Daytona Beach

    Mother drives minivan with kids into sea in Daytona Beach
    A minvan carrying a mother and three children was swept into the Daytona Beach surf Tuesday, prompting beachgoers to rush through the 4-foot waves to rescue the passengers as the vehicle took on water and the youngsters screamed for help.  The mother...
  • Pen Argyl man, whose dying wish was to get to Daytona, to be featured on ESPN

     
    The Daytona 500, the Super Bowl of NASCAR racing, is on Sunday. And to get the day started ESPN has a very special feature on its 10 a.m. SportsCenter about the late Mitch Zanette of Pen Argyl who was dying, but had a final wish of getting to experience a...
  • Shuffleboard first-hand

    Shuffleboard first-hand
    Outdoor shuffleboard seems like it’s a pretty simple game to execute, but it takes skill and strategy to be successful. If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s played by pushing weighted disks with a long-handed cue or stick over a...
  • Florida man tattoos spider on face to combat arachnophobia

    Florida man tattoos spider on face to combat arachnophobia
    A Florida man decided to face his fear of spiders head on by getting a black widow tattooed on his cheek, The Daytona Beach News-Journal is reporting. “Everybody fears spiders,” 24-year-old Deltona resident Eric Ortiz told the newspaper....