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Daytona Beach woman killed in Port Orange crash on I-95, troopers say

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A 30-year-old Daytona Beach woman was killed in a Port Orange crash on Interstate 95 Friday afternoon, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Troopers said they responded to the scene on southbound I-95 near mile marker 256 shortly before 3 p.m. [TRENDING: Supreme Court overturns...
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End of an era: Frappes Italian Grille closes after 32 years of business

Owning a restaurant has never been easy, but for Meryl Frappier, the last 32 years have been the best time of her life. It's a period of time that started when she and her late husband Bobby opened a 450-square-foot hoagie shop in South Daytona in 1990, when Frappier was five-and-a-half months pregnant and making philly cheesesteaks. She'd deliver sandwiches then too; People would ask Bobby where she was sometimes and he'd tell them she was delivering.
SOUTH DAYTONA, FL

Rooms To Go, Miller's Ale House finally opening at Daytona's Tomoka Town Center

DAYTONA BEACH — Two stores whose plans to relocate to Daytona Beach's Tomoka Town Center were announced in 2019 are finally set to open in the next few days. Rooms To Go will open its new 3-in-1 format home-furnishings store on Saturday, along the east side of Interstate 95, directly north of Tanger Outlets. The 55,400-square-foot standalone store is more than three times the size of the Seffner, Florida-based chain's previous Daytona Beach location 3 miles to the south.
DAYTONA BEACH, FL
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Fiery video shows suspect torch parked cars in DeBary neighborhood

DEBARY, Fla. — Volusia County sheriff’s investigators want to find the person seen on video allegedly setting three cars on fire in DeBary. The fire reportedly happened early Friday morning around 4:45 a.m. Deputies and Orange City firefighters arrived to Oak Springs Court to find multiple cars on fire at two neighboring homes.
DEBARY, FL
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VIDEO: Man wanted after cars set ablaze by Molotov cocktail in DeBary

DEBARY, Fla. – Video shows a man launching a Molotov cocktail into a car in a DeBary neighborhood Friday after deputies responded to multiple vehicle fires in the area, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office said deputies and firefighters responded to three vehicle fires...
DEBARY, FL

The housing market squeeze pushes renters into bidding wars

Brandon Schwedes of Port Orange, Fla., with his 11-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son.Brandon Schwedes. When Sarah Da Costa had to find a new apartment in Chicago this year — with her husband, baby and dog — the whole process seemed weird. First, there were open houses, something she thought was just for buying homes. At one of them, "literally, people couldn't even fit in the house, and we got there right when it started."
PORT ORANGE, FL
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Junkyard revamp calls for 240 apartments

Apartments will rise where junked cars once rusted under a developer’s new plan. The new owner of a DeBary junkyard is proposing a multimillion-dollar facelift for the roughly 14-acre parcel on S. U.S. Highway 17-92. The property, once home to Clayton & Sons auto salvage, is now called Haven...
DEBARY, FL
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Your Guide to Deep Sea Fishing in Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach is the ultimate vacationland. Its famous nicknames include the “Springbreak Capital of the World,” the “World Center of Racing,” and the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” All three undoubtedly speak volumes about how incredible this place is. But, did you know that Daytona Beach is also an angling epicenter? Deep sea fishing in Daytona Beach is considered to be one of the finest Florida can offer.
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That Moment in Time

Writer Phil Perkins shares teenage memories of a family trip when he was 16 – a nostalgic tale that speaks to memories in us all. In the summer of my 16th year, things just clicked. I had finally worked off the baby fat that had plagued me on and off for years. And although I’d never been what you would call a shy kid, sometimes I got a little tongue-tied when addressing the young ladies. Even that malady seemed to melt away with the weight.
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