Exemptions will reportedly be made for boating activities like commercial fishing, charter companies, and boat dealership sales and service.
With farmer’s markets shut down, farmers and vendors are turning to new ways of selling their local goods.“It’s really difficult because essentially all the revenue vaporized,” said Kyle White, co-founder of Yaupon Brothers Tea.White usually sells his locally-made tea at the New Smyrna Beach market.
Volusia County officials said that they hope by closing the vehicle access ramps at the beaches, they can control the crowds.
New Smyrna Beach actually had to shut down because it hit capacity. It was so crowded that the access ramps had to be closed.
AdventHealth is installing tents next to Central Florida hospitals to prepare to treat potential COVID-19 patients.
Beachgoers and residents in New Smyrna Beach could see more parking options around Flagler Avenue, as the city looks at potentially implementing a parking garage downtown.
Incredible video has surfaced of dozens of sharks swimming in the water off of New Smyrna Beach.
A teacher brought a model gun to class at New Smyrna Beach High School which drew the attention of students and a school resource officer. "This fake rifle was previously used by this teacher as a prop for students interested in a military career," said Principal Matthew Krajewski.
Police in New Smyrna Beach are investigating after several places across the city were vandalized in the past week.
Derelict boats are being removed from the waters of Volusia County.
Deputies said that all indications point to the death from carbon monoxide poisoning caused by a vehicle left running in the garage.
Paddling out, “surfing” in the endzone, that signature touchdown celebration was seen around the world four times Sunday night during the NFC Championship game.
Since it washed ashore, thousands have come to New Smyrna Beach to see the SUV-sized buoy.
The giant navigation buoy washed ashore over the weekend on New Symrna Beach after breaking free from concrete blocks off the coast of South Carolina, officials say.
The buoy, which could be compared to the size of an SUV, went missing from South Carolina in 2017.
A 7-year-old boy who had a close encounter with a shark now has quite the story to tell.
In the midst of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is vital to Central Florida businesses.
A white shark that weighs over 1,000 pounds and is longer than 12-feet has pinged off the coast of Central Florida.
The woman said she had no money because her debit card and ID had been stolen.