Daytona Beach Economic Board Discusses Economic Impact of Development

There was not much on the agenda for the Daytona Beach Economic Development Advisory Board meeting this month, but members used their time to talk about how they could be more effective in the city’s economic development efforts. Jeff Brown, Daytona Beach economic and strategic opportunities director, briefed the board on certificates of occupancy issued […]Read More

Daytona State Gets High Ranking for Online Bachelor’s Programs

For the 12th straight year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Daytona State College’s online bachelor’s programs among the best in the nation, according to a media release. And DSC is again the top-ranked non-university college in the United States, advancing in the overall rankings among all colleges and universities nationwide. U.S. News & […]Read More

Palm Coast Partners with Smart North Florida on Research

All communities want to provide residents with a good quality of life and Palm Coast is no exception. The city recently partner with Smart North Florida, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in the region through collaboration, data coordination and smart technologies along with students from the University of Florida’s Association […]Read More

Palm Coast Opens Southern Recreation Center

Recreation isn’t all fun and games and the city of Palm Coast’s new Southern Recreation Center and Lehigh Trailhead are proof. The center, adjacent to the Palm Coast Tennis Center on Belle Terre Parkway, is the result of a significant investment in the community, according to a city media release. The project was funded in […]Read More

UF Health Breaks Ground on Durbin Park Campus

The University of Florida and UF Health broke ground earlier this month at UF Health Durbin Park, a 42.5-acre healthcare campus. The project is part of the university’s expansion plans for Jacksonville and St. Johns County, according to a media release. The first phase of the UF Health Durbin Park development, located in northeast St. […]Read More

County Administrator Highlights Growth at St. Johns Chamber Breakfast

St. Johns County Administrator Joy Andrews had a simple message for those attending the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council Quarterly Breakfast. “St. Johns County growth, it’s a really loaded topic,” she said. Andrews wasn’t exaggerating, highlighting several projects underway in the county as well as a look at the comprehensive planning […]Read More

County Administrator Highlights Growth at St. Johns Chamber Breakfast

St. Johns County Administrator Joy Andrews had a simple message for those attending the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Council Quarterly Breakfast. “St. Johns County growth, it’s a really loaded topic,” she said. Andrews wasn’t exaggerating, highlighting several projects underway in the county as well as a look at the comprehensive planning […]Read More

Summer Music & Art Camp Registration Set for March 2

The Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre announce the return of their popular summer camps, according to a media release. The Summer Music & Art Camp is for kids in the first through the sixth grade. Camp Rock, back after a four-year hiatus, is an experience for teens 12 to 18 years of age. Both […]Read More

St. Augustine Commission Gets Brief on Legislative

With the state legislative session in full swing, local governments are keeping a close eye on proposed bills in Tallahassee. And the St. Augustine City Commission is no exception. At the body’s Feb. 12 meeting, City Attorney Isabelle Lopez provided commissioners with a detailed list regarding the status of several pieces of legislation under consideration. […]Read More

Business Community Recognizes Leaders at ‘Day of Celebration’ Event

Straddling the line between Black History Month in February and Women’s History Month in March, Palm Coast Councilwoman Cathy Heighter and Superintendent of Flagler Schools Lashakia Moore were honored for their historic achievements as the first African-American women in their roles in Flagler County and Palm Coast. The event, organized by Touchpoint Innovative Solutions and […]Read More