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Dietitian to discuss gluten, wheat and fad diets

Oct 20, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
A representative from the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County will explain how to maintain a healthy lifestyle during a free program at noon Thursday at the DeLand Regional Library, 130 E. Howry Ave. Learn what foods to eat, what exercises ... More

Goodwill to hold job fair in Daytona Beach

Sep 25, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
An estimated 20 employers from throughout Volusia County are expected to participate, including Goodwill, Massey Services and Daytona State College, said Bonnie Trammell, the site coordinator for the Goodwill Job Connection Center in Daytona Beach. “We ... More

Mega Job Fair draws 900

Oct 14, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
The Mega Job Fair was the second held this year by The Daytona Beach News-Journal in partnership with employment website Thirty-seven area employers took part, including sponsors Daytona State College, Florida Hospital and Teledyne ... More

Long-ago city boss's house now a zombie property

Sep 18, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
Newman, who chairs the Daytona Beach's Beautification/Tree Advisory Board, says he and other neighbors keep an eye on the house, occasionally mowing the lawn and cutting back weeds. “Barbara always said the tree was here before the house and the ... More

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Oct 9, 2014 • Daytona Times
Community College Week, one of the nation's leading publications focusing on higher education institutions that offer two-year associate degrees, has named Daytona State College among its list of top 100 associate-degree producers. Daytona State ranked ... More

More cops to hit area streets

Sep 27, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
Some may choose an agency based on benefits or location, but others may have a niche entity, like the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, in mind. Daytona Beach police Chief Mike Chitwood recently received approval from the City ... More

Daytona State professor's advice on cybercrime: Be afraid

Sep 22, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
In the wake of a hacking scandal that exposed personal photographs of celebrities and a Home Depot security breach that compromised the company's payment system, Craiger, a Daytona State College professor of engineering technology, said cybercrimes ... More

Photo exhibit focuses on unrest after killing of Martin

Sep 25, 2014 • Daytona Times
The African American Museum of the Arts in DeLand will hold an opening reception for photojournalist Duane Fernandez on Saturday, Sept. 27, featuring his exhibit, “The Trayvon Martin Journey: From Sanford, FL, Daytona Beach, FL, Orlando, FL and ... More

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