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Beachside/Flagler Avenue

Hampton Inn site

Exclusive NSBNews.net videos and photos by Sera Frederick / Compass Construction begins work Monday on the Hampton Inn site on Flagler Avenue. NSBNews.net interviewed the site manager who estimated the outer shell would be erected in eight weeks.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- God created the Heavens and the Earth, beast and fowl and mankind, all in six days. On the seventh day, He rested. New Smyrna Beach officials and the developer with golden shovels broke ground on the Hampton Inn. They rested for 73 days before construction began anew today.

Downtown/Canal Street

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Children are invited to the inaugural New Smyrna Beach Easter Egg Hunt at noon, Saturday, April 7, at Old Fort Park, 210 Sams Ave. Nearly 6,500 plastic, colored eggs will dot the landscape, said Liz Yancey, city recreation and special events supervisor.

"This is the first Easter Egg Hunt the City has sponsored in at least 34 years," Yancey said. "Volunteers will take hours filling the eggs with candy. And if you've ever seen an egg hunt, you know it will be over in just a few minutes."

NSB Cops

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NSB News InDepth

(June 15, 1924 - April 24, 2010)

Mass of Christian Burial for Mary E. Smith Morton, age 85, who died Saturday at South Seminole Hospital, Longwood, will be 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, New Smyrna Beach, with The Reverend John S. Murray, officiating.

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