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Beachside/Flagler Avenue

NSBNews.net photos by Sera Frederick / On the drawing boards for five years-plus, the proposed Hampton Inn & Suites is the new reality for historic Flagler Avenue in New Smyrna Beach. The developer is South Carolina-based David Swentor (with hand out to the drawing) shown here with CRA Director Tony Otte during a public hearing earlier this year.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Residents soon will see the beginning of the first significant hotel development in the City in more than 20 years. Developers of the Hampton Inn Hotel on Flagler Avenue are expecting to break ground on the project in the next few weeks.

"After nearly five years of meetings and public hearings, we're excited to have a new hotel coming to New Smyrna Beach," said New Smyrna Beach Mayor Adam Barringer.

"The project will serve as an economic generator in the short term with construction jobs and in the long term with the travelers expected to stay here. We anticipate this hotel will exceed the expectations for occupancy."

Downtown/Canal Street

NSBNews.net photos and video by Henry Frederick / Several hundred of New Smyrna Beach's well-to-do had fun Saturday night at the Brannon Center during the Holiday Charity Ball. At far left are City Commissioner Jack Grasty with event organizer Kaye Walker. NSB resident Susie Bruner is all smiles in the second photo. And in the video, Walker speaks about the event's success with upwards of $48,000 raised.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Susie Bruner put into perspective the true meaning of the 15th annual New Smyrna Beach Holiday Charity Ball.

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NSB News InDepth

April 19, 1970 - Aug. 31, 2010

David Steven Duke, 40, of Deltona, died August 31 at home. Mr. Duke, who came to this area in 2005 from Atlanta, Georgia, was a chef, and enjoyed fishing, reading, and hanging out with friends.

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