A summertime favorite in Daytona Beach is back open. The Bandshell held performances on Saturday with limited capacity and other safety measures. Concerts will continue each Saturday throughout the summer at the venue.
A Volusia County VPK program at Timbercrest Elementary School in Deltona has been shut down after a student tested positive for COVID-19.
Concerts at the Daytona Beach Bandshell will return Saturday, July 11th.
The Daytona Beach Bandshell, a local favorite for beachgoers, will be reopening for concerts this Saturday.
The driver of the vehicle, 31-year-old Lucien Suprice of Deltona, was reportedly taken into custody a short distance away after breaking through a privacy fence.
The Volusia County School District kicked off its in-person graduation ceremonies Thursday morning at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach.
Sheriff Chitwood says the Department of Health will no longer provide him addresses being monitored for COVID-19.
High school seniors have missed out on college scholarships because they have not been able to take the necessary exams required to qualify.
Residents can pick up two masks per person during normal operation hours at several locations.
Police said that K-9 Zeno and his handler spent seven and a half years together, catching numerous suspects, finding a plethora of narcotics, and keeping Daytona Beach's streets safe.
Experts believe COVID-19 could be partially to blame for a significant decrease in shark bites.
The incident reportedly occurred at the location on South Woodland Boulevard.
Several counties and cities across Central Florida have issued mask mandates in response to a recent surge in cases.
Seniors in Volusia County will walk across the stage as rehearsals and ceremonies kick-off at the Ocean Center this week.
Public health officials say that this holiday weekend is critical for people to social distance. They warned that otherwise, the risk of coronavirus infection could further spread.
Beachgoers spread out along the sand, practicing the social distancing that public health officials said was critical, especially during the holiday weekend.
Volusia County beaches are expected to be packed since others will be closed this weekend.
People flocked to Daytona Beach Friday to kick off the Fourth of July weekend.
"SEEK OTHER BEACHES" police wrote on Facebook.