Lots of news to report today from New Smyrna Beach's lone newspaper
We have a lot of community news on this beautiful Sunday morning here in New Smyrna Beach and across Volusia County. Among the stories we are working on include the New Smyrna Beach Balloon Fest, Saturday's Jammin' in the Park fundraiser for the New Smyrna Beach High School marching band and the latest on scandal in Oak Hill and why the Observer newspaper is no longer on Flagler Avenue.
Across the county, big stories to report on include a soldier killed in Afghanistan and a SWAT team responding to a suicide call in Daytona Beach Shores. So stay turned to a lot of fresh stories, photos and videos from NSBNews.net, the lone New Smyrna Beach-based newspaper that has a legal address and business operating license. More on that later today as we get into the latest on the legal issues regarding the Observer and Steve Dennis with the CRA and why it all ties in together.
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