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Security Guard at United Methodist Children’s Home is Fighting for His Life After Being Attacked by 14-year-old Wed, Mar 31, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     Sheriff Mike Chitwood took to Twitter this morning regarding a Security Guard at the United Methodist Children’s Home in Enterprise, being attacked by a 14-year-old boy.... Read More

County Provides COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Age Eligibility Lowered, and Second Dose Information Fri, Mar 26, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Governor DeSantis announced Thursday that the age requirement for eligibility for a COVID-19 vaccine will be lowered to 40 years of age effective Monday, March 29.  Beginning Mon... Read More

Be Prepared for a Busy Beach Season. Wed, Mar 24, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Spring break is in full swing, Easter is right around the corner, and with local events scheduled to take place, Volusia County Beach Officials are expecting to be busy at the beach in... Read More

Volusia County Creates Economic Development Partnership with JAXPORT Tue, Mar 23, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   The Jacksonville Port Authority and Volusia County signed a Memorandum of Understanding, establishing a partnership that promotes geographical and business advantages in both areas. A... Read More

Number of Volusia County Graduation Tickets Increased. Mon, Mar 22, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Volusia County Schools Class of 2021 graduating class will now receive up to four tickets each for graduation ceremonies. The decision was made following careful consideration of publ... Read More

April 5-9 Named Food Waste Prevention Week Mon, Mar 22, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   An average family of four wastes $1,500 or more a year in spoiled food. With all the current economic challenges and financial instability that can be seen worldwide, it is important t... Read More

Port Orange City Council Selects New City Manager During Special Meeting. Fri, Mar 19, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   After an extensive recruitment process, Port Orange City Council selected Mr. Wayne Clark as the next City Manager at a Special Meeting Friday. The city initially received 90 applicat... Read More

Former Volusia County Sheriff Sergeant Charged with Perjury. Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News Fri, Mar 19, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News     A former Volusia Sheriff’s Office Sergeant was charged with making false statements during an investigation that led to his termination by Sheriff Mike Chitwood last year.... Read More

Woman Arrested After Hit-and-Run Accident Involving Volusia County Sheriff, Mike Chitwood. Fri, Mar 19, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Port Orange Police Department responded Thursday to Town West Boulevard for a Hit-and-Run motor vehicle crash involving Sheriff Chitwood. Chitwood, who was riding his bicycle, was st... Read More

Missing Atlantic High School Student Found. Fri, Mar 19, 2021 Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   A Port Orange teen that was reported missing Thursday has been found.   According to previous reports, Lillie (Lyn) did not return home from school Wednesday afternoon. A missin... Read More

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