The community is rallying behind a New Smyrna Beach firefighter who suffered a head injury while at work.
Volusia County Beach Safety said its prepared for massive crowds to hit the county’s beach as Labor marks the unofficial end to summer.
The home, located off Cavedo Street, was said to be fully engulfed in flames.
A surfer in New Smyrna Beach was bitten by a small shark on Saturday, according to Volusia County Beach Safety.
A male pygmy sperm whale that was humanely euthanized after being found washed ashore in New Smyrna Beach on Friday was found in poor health, according to marine officials.
A small whale that washed ashore in New Smyrna Beach was euthanized on Friday, according to marine officials.
Roughly 95% of admitted COVID-19 patients across Central Florida are unvaccinated, yet only 41% of Florida population has not received the shot. Some fear preventable deaths.
A New Smyrna Beach-area man was arrested after deputies say he slashed a dog multiple times with a machete.
In addition to the two shark bites, beach safety officials said a 67-year-old man visiting from Missouri drowned in Daytona Beach Shores.
City leaders in New Smyrna Beach put the final seal on a budget to fund a nearly $2 million project to help prevent flooding for nine homes. The plan, if all goes well, will lift nine homes off the ground and place them on concrete stilts.
On Tuesday, the City of New Smyrna Beach will finalize a plan which has been in the works for around two years.
Homes along the coastal waters will be lifted about eight feet above the ground with concrete pilings.
The teen from New Smyrna Beach has reportedly been missing since March 6. She is believed to be in the company of an adult named ‘Bobby.’
Lifeguards pulled 25 people out of the ocean in Volusia County on Thursday. They say rip currents are the main concern.
Leaders in New Smyrna Beach said the homeless population has grown in the city. The city developed an idea for a homeless center that would include modular homes.
The woman was sitting on the board off of New Smyrna Beach on Friday morning when she was bitten on the foot, according to rescue officials.
Mr. Larry Willwerth was a chemist by trade, but he started a second career in teaching. Now, he's retiring from the classroom at 88 years old.
Please be on the lookout for a New Smyrna Beach resident who is missing and considered endangered. A Florida Silver Alert has been issued for Daniel Herlin, 81
The 60-foot “pontoon barge” has a 40-foot LED display -- showing ads to thousands of beachgoers from New Smyrna Beach to Ormond.
These Florida officers take shelter dogs on ride-alongs to help them meet community members and find a forever home.