EDGEWATER -- Yes, in the past few years here in the United States we have had many school shootings most recent Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., where 20 kindergarten children and six...
New Smyrna Beach Mayor Adam Barringer speaks with NSBNEWS.net about a host of issues looking back on 2010 and ahead for 2011. Check out the exclusive video interview on New Year's Eve at the mayor's beachside restaurant, SoNapa Grille, on Third Ave.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Mayor Adam Barringer enters the second year of his initial term with his primary goal unchanged. And that is to work on ways to encourage economic development citywide.
(Photos by Dale Smith). At far left, NSB City Commissioners Jim Hathaway and Judy Reiker listen to their colleagues discuss future plans. In the second photo, Mayor Adam Barringer, Commissioner Lynne Plaskett and Assistant City Manager Khalid Resheidat do the same.
Editor's note: The following story wassubmitted by contributing writer Dale Smith:
NEW SMYRNA BEACH – City leaders started with a list of 17 goals for the coming year, but narrowed them to 10, including issues like zoning, downtown redevelopment, parking and city employee pensions, at a visioning workshop.
Video and photos by Henry Frederick / Ray Catheline, who works at Kokomo's Salon, 521 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach, washes and styles customer Kim Poole's hair during the wildly successful Sunday Cudas Unhooked hair-a-thon fundraiser, which he organized.
NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Nobody was more blown away by today's Cudas Unhooked hair-a-thon fundraiser than the organizer himself -- KokoMo's Salon hair stylist Ray Catheline.
Dr. Bill Epps, age 83, of New Smyrna Beach, died Sunday at Hospice Care Center, Port Orange. Born in Sanford, Dr. Epps was a graduate of Georgia Military Academy, Stetson University, and Emory University Dental School. He practiced dentistry in both Sanford and Edgewater.