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Casmira Harrison


Daytona Beach, FL, United States

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Past articles by Casmira:

Former New Smyrna Beach courthouse getting fast-paced facelift as costs triple

At the Volusia County Council meeting on Tuesday, one of the consent agenda items was a contract amendment for the work on the NSB courthouse annex - more than 200% over budget. But since the project is using covid funding, it is moving at warp speed. → Read More

Volusia County Council votes, 6-1, to raise parking fines from $10 to $45

Part of the increase will go toward funding crossing guards; the increase was approved by a 6-1 vote. → Read More

Port Orange may get Dairy Queen

The new restaurant is being sought by an Apopka-based restaurant firm that already runs a DeLand location. → Read More

Roberts wins Volusia County tax collector race

Getting 60% of the votes on Tuesday, Volusia County voters decided to hand the brand new office of tax collector to Will Roberts. → Read More

Volusia County handing out another 117K free face masks

Residents just need to stop by any participating location and pick up two masks per person during regular operating hours. → Read More

Volusia health department adds 48 staff members, plans more coronavirus testing

The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County will bring free testing back to county offices in Orange City, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach in → Read More

NSB, Port Orange hiking fines for illegally parked boaters. Here’s what you need to know

New Smyrna Beach City Commission is hiking the boat trailer parking fines to $100. → Read More

Edgewater, other cities to restart utility shut-offs for late payments

As of Monday, Edgewater had waived $118,143 in late fees → Read More

Coronavirus: Volusia aims for ‘full’ beach reopening this weekend

Volusia County expects to have full access to the beach restored in time for Memorial Day weekend, county Interim Community Information Director Kevin → Read More

Coronavirus testing: New free Daytona, Orange City COVID-19 drive-thru sites to open

Appointments are not required for the two new Volusia County drive-through testing sites. → Read More

Coronavirus: Volusia approves $10 million in small business grants; applications accepted starting Thursday

Small Volusia County businesses hit hard by coronavirus impacts will get the chance to apply for up to $3,000 in grant funding starting this week. → Read More

Mother’s Day weekend: 14 Volusia beach ramps to open Saturday

Beginning Saturday, Volusia County beaches will be opening up 14 beach access ramps between Ormond Beach and New Smyrna Beach to a limited number of → Read More

Coronavirus: Volusia to offer mortgage help for homeowners

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, starting Monday at 8 a.m. the Volusia County Community Assistance department will begin accepting applications → Read More

Coronavirus: What your Volusia or Flagler city is doing

Coronavirus decisions are being made and Ormond Beach has declared an emergency and more are coming from New Smyrna, Ormond Beach, Edgewater, Port Orange → Read More

Coronavirus or no, St. Patrick’s party a go in NSB; other events axed

New Smyrna Beach and the Flagler Tavern both agreed to put a 250-person cap on a St. Patrick’s Day party attendance. → Read More

NSB’s MLK bridge over U.S. 1 repairs start soon

The State Road 44 bridge over U.S. 1 will get $294,000 in work. → Read More

2nd coronavirus case reported in Volusia by state health officials

According to the department, the 60-year-old resident is isolated and will continue to remain isolated until cleared by public health officials. As with → Read More

'Go Home Blvd.'? New Smyrna weighs renaming S.R. 44

Some New Smyrna Beach leaders, citizens intrigued by idea of christening State Road 44 with new name → Read More

Port Orange Riverwalk restaurant could be Volusia-Flagler area's biggest

By this time next year, Riverwalk Park could be home to a restaurant like Volusia County has never seen. → Read More

Port Orange may get new neighborhood between river, U.S. 1

PORT ORANGE — A new subdivision could be going up in the city, but not on its west side where growth has exploded.If approved, Across the Pond Developments LLC. plans to build Harbor Landings, a riverfront complex of 10 single-family homes and 16-townhomes on just under 5 acres of land, comparatively small as Port Orange communities go. However, it's unusual because of where the new neighborhood… → Read More