DeLand


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DeLand

(də lănd`), resort city (1990 pop. 16,491), seat of Volusia co., NE Fla.; inc. 1882. It has dairies, citrus packing plants, and lumber mills. Other products are electrical and electronic parts, clothing, and medical supplies. DeLand is the seat of Stetson Univ. Nearby are Native American burial grounds and Ponce de Leon Springs.
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A Deland, Florida, high school student was arrested Tuesday after local police said she brought in a phone case resembling a firearm.
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Director Jana Filip said the Deland trade show is just one step in developing a 40-acre sport aviation complex at the airport, with manufacturing, hangars, and services.
While most people aren't excited by waste management, I saw one of our dumpster trucks roll through Downtown DeLand today and was smiling from ear-to-ear.
Deputies said 48-year-old Doris Rowe and 54-year-old Kenneth Edwards drove 26 miles to a Winn-Dixie store in DeLand where a store manager saw Rowe stuffing meat products and other items into her pants.
Jessica Edgeington, 33, of Villa Rica, Georgia, died Wednesday afternoon after flying out of Skydive DeLand, said DeLand police Lt.
The stopper tore into the whistler after he refused to give a late penalty for handball against Michael Deland when the game was in the balance at 1–1.
Attorneys with Americans United have requested that the town of DeLand, Fla.
Robert Allen (Bob) Rosevear passed away peacefully on April 10,2012 at the Cloisters Retirement Community in DeLand, Florida at the age of 96 years.
Berwick took the lead on 15 minutes when Kevin McDonald, who had earlier gone close, paved the way for Michael Deland to score.
Tanner Andrews of DeLand was honored as "Pro Bono Champion of the Year" for donating over 219 hours of pro bono service during the past year.
Located within retirement communities in Volusia County, the three branches - Florida Lutheran Retirement Centre, DeLand; Countryside Lakes, Port Orange; and Woodland Towers, DeLand - are set for closure on August 4, August 5 and August 1, 2008 respectively.