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  • Hukill: Disregard Bruno’s fund-raising because he relies on ’special interests”

     
    Volusia County Council Chairman Frank Bruno clearly got the attention of veteran state Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, with a fundraising quarter totaling $118,700 (which drops to $97,528 once you take out his own money and some in-kind contributions....
  • Hukill raises $65k, less than Bruno in SD7

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Economic Affairs Chair Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange, raised $65,247 over the last three months for her 2012 Florida Senate bid, a figure that is about half the $118,700 that Democratic Volusia County Commissioner Frank Bruno...
  • Volusia names top teachers

     
    Each of Volusia County's public schools has chosen a top teacher to take part in ths year's Volusia Teacher of the Year competition. The 70 winners were selected by the teachers at their schools, and will be honored at a reception Nov. 10. The district.....
  • Can I work out when I’m sick?

     
    The beautiful, fall weather in Florida has finally arrived — and so has flu season. Up to 20 percent of the U.S. population on average gets the flu each year, and even more are likely to get a common cold — adults average between 2 to 4...
  • Schedule of games for Hoop Mountain fall basketball showcase

     
    Here is a link to the game schedule for the Hoop Mountain High School Fall Showcase boys basketball event, which tips off Friday night at Orlando Sports Center: 2010_Fall_HS_Showcase_Bracket1 Teams involved include: Lake Highland Prep, Jacksonville...
  • Students in Orange, Volusia struck by cars this morning

     
    Two kids in Orange County and one in Volusia County were hospitalized this morning after being struck by cars on their way to school. Go here to read about two 15-year-old boys in Orlando who are clinging to life this morning after a hit-and-run driver...
  • Nick Jonas, Norm Lewis salute 25 years of ‘Les Miserables’

     
    Get ready to storm the barricades. Or I guess I should say, build the barricades, depending on what side you're on. At any rate, we'll all be on the side of Norm Lewis, the Eatonville actor who's playing Javert in the current West End production of Les...
  • Central Florida residents collect Lottery prizes

     
    It took a while, but 67-year-old Robert Tameris of Port Orange came forward this week to claim his share of the $1.4 million Mega Money drawing from Sept. 14. Tameris must be planning to live a long life. He chose to receive his w...
  • Wildlife and the cold: stunned turtles and fish kills

     
    The record-cold temperatures earlier this week were too much for some local wildlife. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission blamed the wintry weather for several cold-related fish kills in Volusia, Brevard and Indian River counties, as...
  • Tentative 2011 and 2012 Girls Basketball State Series Assignments

     
    Here are the tentative state series assignments for local girls basketball teams. The FHSAA will not finalize these assignments until after a Board of Directors meeting scheduled for January 23-24. Class 8A DISTRICT 2 DeLand Hagerty (Oviedo) Lake Brantley...
  • FL House committee approves bill to cut unemployment benefits

     
    A bill that would cut that state unemployment program from 26 weeks to 20 weeks and make it easier for businesses to deny benefits to laid-off workers has passed successfully out of the House Economic Development & Tourism Subcommittee. No surprise ther.....
  • FL House committee signs off on bill to cut state unemployment program

     
    A bill that would cut that state unemployment program from 26 weeks to 20 weeks and make it easier for businesses to deny benefits to laid-off workers has passed successfully out of the House Economic Development & Tourism Subcommittee. No surprise...