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.
Soon, surfers in Central Florida will have a new place to hang ten, and they won't have to go to the ocean to do it. A water attraction is in the works in New Smyrna Beach.
The firefighters reportedly found smoke coming from the roof of a residence, with a woman still inside.
A video taken in New Smyrna Beach last week shows multiple sharks spotted along the shore and in shallow water.
Volusia County Beach Safety says a man was bitten by a shark in New Smyrna Beach on Sunday.
A woman who visited New Smyrna Beach on Thursday says while she was boogie boarding in the ocean when a shark tried to make a meal out of her leg.
A woman bit a shark while hopping off her boogie-board at New Smyrna Beach. She kicked it and then was bit again, officials said.
A woman is recovering after being bitten by a shark in New Smyrna Beach.
The group said that they hope to hold more protests in the future.
Volusia County beaches are expected to be packed since others will be closed this weekend.
The order specifically states "every person living, working, visiting or doing business in the City of New Smyrna is encouraged to wear a face covering in any indoor location, other than home or residence."
The Florida teacher was arrested and charged with soliciting sexual activity with a child, child abuse, and providing false information to law enforcement officers during a felony investigation.
Several protests across Central Florida over the weekend remained peaceful as demonstrators pushed for police reform and justice.
Dozens of people joined a rally in New Smyrna Beach, Sunday, in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The species of turtle is the smallest and most imperiled of all sea turtle species, Volusia County officials said.
Volusia County on Wednesday reopened all of its beach ramps ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, which is expected to draw big crowds.
Many businesses are eager to open on Monday at limited capacity, but some are choosing to remain closed out of concerns over safety.
As talks about reopening continue, Flagler Avenue businesses are anxiously waiting on the greenlight from the Governor Ron DeSantis.
The City of New Smyrna Beach is rolling back restrictions at public boat ramps.