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Past articles by Mary:

After warm and sunny New Year's in Daytona, forecasters expect a cooler start to the week

The National Weather Service in Melbourne expects a cold front to move through Florida on Sunday, causing temperatures to dip into the 40s. → Read More

How to apply: 500 more Volusia County households to receive COVID rental assistance in 2022

Volusia County has money leftover from the $29.2 million the federal government allocated for rental assistance amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Heavy rain on the way: Weather Service issues flood watch for Daytona Beach area Monday

Once the storm passes, Christmas week weather will be sunny and gorgeous in Central Florida, meteorologists forecast. → Read More

Daytona Beach's busiest ramps to get redesign as ocean creeps closer to restrooms, showers

East International Speedway Boulevard and Silver Beach will be refreshed by 2024 as part of Daytona Beach revitalization. → Read More

SunRail offering BOGO train tickets to Central Florida riders on Black Friday

Check out some of the best places to stop along the train's 49-mile route from DeBary to Orlando to Osceola County. → Read More

Thanksgiving weather will be gorgeous in Daytona area, but did you expect anything less?

Thanksgiving Day is forecast to be mostly sunny and in the low-70s thanks to a cold front pushing through Central Florida, meteorologists predict. → Read More

Wild Florida: Your guide to 9 great kayaking spots in Volusia County's rivers & springs

Get on the water in Ormond Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, DeLeon Springs, Port Orange, DeBary and more. Don't forget the sunscreen and bug spray! → Read More

Orange City driver's license office now under local control. Here's what you need to know

The South Daytona driver's license office will continue to be operated by the FLHSMV until January. So what's new? → Read More

Volusia County finalizes budget, tax increase after hearing support for parks, environment

Millage rates will go up for property owners in Volusia County, Florida this fall, with Jeff Brower and Heather Post outnumbered in the split votes. → Read More

How to join in on International Coastal Cleanup Day this weekend in your part of Florida

Dozens of location across East Central Florida are seeking volunteers to help clean trash out of the waterways for Ocean Conservancy's annual event. → Read More

Want a microchip with your COVID vaccine? Just bring a pet along Saturday in Daytona Beach

Volusia County Animal Services is partnering with the health department for a drive-thru event in Daytona Beach on Sept. 18 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

Drug overdose deaths rose 75% in Volusia County in 2020, more than double state average

The No. 1 drug being found in the bodies of overdose victims is fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, according to the medical examiner. → Read More

Volusia County Councilman Fred Lowry 'in the hospital wrestling with COVID-19'

The councilmember has been hospitalized for three weeks, according to County Chair Jeff Brower. He has been absent from the past two council meetings. → Read More

Free mobile COVID-19 testing site opening in Daytona Beach to help with surge

The private company Curative will operate the testing site in the parking lot of the Midtown Cultural and Educational Center. → Read More

Hundreds at risk of eviction in Volusia County with moratorium set to expire Saturday

Volusia County has distributed nearly $30 million in rental and mortgage assistance since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Volusia County grants permit for trolley on the sand in Daytona Beach

The trolley will ferry beachgoers along a 6-mile loop from International Speedway Boulevard to Dunlawton Avenue → Read More

Lightning causes 758,000-gallon sewage spill at Halifax River wastewater treatment plant

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection issued a notice of pollution for the July 21 spill, which closed two Holly Hill parks. → Read More

Volusia makes $20M available to help pay rent, utilities for those affected by COVID-19

The money can help pay for up to a year's worth of bills for those experiencing financial hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Manatee mama, calf released near Blue Spring after successful rehab at SeaWorld Orlando

A small crowd near Blue Springs State Park got a glimpse of hope when a pair of manatees was released after months of successful rehabilitation. → Read More

What we know: Daytona Beach officer shot in head recovering, suspect still on the loose

More than 24 hours after a Daytona Beach police officer was shot in the head, the hunt continues for the suspected gunman. Here's what we know so far. → Read More