Have you ever wanted to learn to be a trained weather spotter? You’ll have two opportunities in October, and the training is free and conveniently available from the comfort of your own computer, cell phone or tablet. It’s called SKYWARN training, and it’s geared toward anyone interested in learning more about our Florida weather.
Volusia County is busy fighting an increased population of mosquitos. In additon to their efforts, they are also hoping citizens do their part to control the increasing numbers.
A TSA Precheck enrollment event is coming to Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday from Oct. 12 through 16 in the baggage claim area. Precheck allows participating flyers to experience a more efficient airport screening process by leaving on shoes, light jackets and belts and leaving laptops and compliant liquids in carry-on bags.
Daytona Beach International Airport Operations Agent Josh Barberi has been named this year’s recipient of the Honorary Al Gulamali Award for Excellence in Airport Operations by the Florida Airports Council.
While many are expected to flock to the shore this weekend for the last holiday of the summer season, beachgoers are reminded that COVID-19 is still a concern in Volusia county. Residents and visitors heading to the beach must continue to park at a post, maintain physical distancing and avoid congregating in large groups.
Volusia County’s Purchasing and Contracts Division will hold two webinars for vendors who want to learn how to do business with the county.
Volusia County residents can participate in the Ocean Conservancy’s 35th annual International Coastal Cleanup anywhere along the beach, Halifax River or Indian River Lagoon on Sept. 18, 19 and 20.
The overall economic impacts of premier aviation and aerospace institution Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida and Arizona now surpasses $2.3 billion – up 44% since 2016, the independent Washington Economics Group (WEG) has reported.
AdventHealth Daytona Beach has announced a five-year, $100,000 partnership with Pictona, the $6 million, 24-court pickleball complex in Holly Hill that opened to the public on July 15.
The Volusia County Council on Tuesday allocated an additional $2.5 million to help local residents struggling to make their housing payments due to the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.