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    Volusia County News - News-Journal

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    Updated: 32 min 26 sec ago

    Authorities: Woman shot in head parking lot of DeLand Dunkin’ Donuts

    4 hours 15 min ago
    Police are investigating a shooting that left a woman with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a coffee shop early on Monday.

    Coronavirus: Masks in Volusia-Flagler: What you need to know

    6 hours 18 min ago
    As each government agency tries to tackle how to best get their citizens to wear masks amid a surge of new coronavirus cases throughout the state, it can be difficult to keep up with the changes.While overall, local governments agree that wearing a mask is needed to help limit virus transmission, they also agree in the need to keep economy humming along.Here’s a list of what kind of actions cities and counties have already taken or plan to discuss [...]

    Authorities: Woman shot in parking lot of DeLand Dunkin’ Donuts

    6 hours 19 min ago
    Police are investigating a shooting that left a woman with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a coffee shop early on Monday.

    Masks required at Volusia County graduation ceremonies

    6 hours 43 min ago
    Prompted by Daytona Beach’s mask mandate, Volusia County Schools are requiring students and guests to wear masks at graduations.

    Coronavirus: Deltona commission meeting Tuesday to talk masks

    7 hours 11 min ago
    The Deltona City Commission is having a special meeting Tuesday to discuss whether or not people in the city should be required to wear masks due to the coronavirus pandemic. Other cities in Volusia and Flagler counties have met or are planning meetings to address the same thing.

    Police: Person shot in parking lot of DeLand Dunkin’ Donuts

    8 hours 23 min ago
    Police are investigating a shooting that left a person with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of a coffee shop early on Monday.

    Play Ball? These days, Tortugas staff willing to play anything

    10 hours 35 min ago
    With the 2020 minor league season scrubbed, the Daytona Tortugas’ front office is scrambling to fill a lot of open dates.

    Volusia school district buys face masks, brings back kindergarten staggered start

    11 hours 37 min ago
    Even though Volusia’s detailed reopening plan won’t be ready for a couple of weeks, the most recent School Board meeting offers a few more clues about what students will be returning to in August.

    Fourth of July beachgoers leave behind tons of fireworks trash, complaints

    July 5, 2020 - 5:26pm
    Large crowds swarmed Volusia County beaches for the hot July 4th weekend. But they didn’t leave without a trace.Turns out, according to beach officials, they left a lot of trash behind.Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue reported officers also handled 1,023 fireworks complaints on Independence Day.Friday and Saturday saw sunny days with temperatures [...]

    New emergency animal hospital DeLand bound

    July 5, 2020 - 2:10pm
    A new emergency hospital for animals is under construction in DeLand.

    KEN WILLIS: All in all, IMSA outing at Daytona a long-awaited pleasure

    July 5, 2020 - 2:08pm
    The sports-car season restarted Saturday night at Daytona, and a few thousand fans were on hand to enjoy what turned out to be a lovely Saturday evening.

    Florida soars past 200,000 coronavirus cases; 98 new in Volusia, 23 in Flagler

    July 5, 2020 - 11:34am
    The Florida Department of Health said Sunday that 10,059 positive coronavirus cases were reported, raising the state’s total to 200,111.This is the sixth time in a week cases have soared past the 9,000 mark. The second-highest total, 10,109 cases, was recorded Thursday, and [...]

    Volusia County government: 20 cases of coronavirus among employees

    July 5, 2020 - 10:59am
    The 20 positive cases among the nearly 4,000 county employees equates to .01% of government employees contracting the virus.

    Volusia Council on Aging needs help feeding hundreds of older adults

    July 4, 2020 - 6:40am
    The Council on Aging has relaunched its "Adopt-a-Route" program and has asked businesses and organizations to commit at least four employees or members to deliver meals for a period of at least six months.

    Coronavirus: DeLand mandates masks, will fine those who don’t comply

    July 3, 2020 - 2:50pm
    Volusia County cities are continuing to address whether or not to require that people wear masks. The City of DeLand on Thursday voted to mandate masks and financially penalize those who don’t comply.

    Coronavirus outbreaks reported at 2 more Volusia long-term care facilities

    July 3, 2020 - 1:28pm
    University East Rehabilitation Center has a 28-person coronavirus outbreak.

    Longtime leather business relocates in Daytona flea market after storm sheds roof

    July 3, 2020 - 11:03am
    Byrd’s Custom Leather, a longtime staple of the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market, has relocated to a new row after a storm earlier this month caused significant damage.

    Volusia beaches brace for holiday crowds as coronavirus cases surge

    July 3, 2020 - 5:44am
    Beach Safety plans for large Fourth of July weekend crowds, and officials say COVID-related mandates such as social distancing and limited parking will be strictly enforced

    Halifax Health lays off 95 employees

    July 2, 2020 - 6:55pm
    In April, nearly 400 employees of the hospital system were required to take a mandatory four-month furlough to help offset the financial impact of the coronavirus.

    Mother charged in near-fatal Methadone overdose of infant son

    July 2, 2020 - 5:31pm
    A Deltona woman said her child may have ingested Methadone when she kissed him on the lips, a release said.

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