I know many of you had a short week due to the Christmas holiday, but there was no shortage of things to get done, from planning holiday meals to last-minute shopping.
This week's newsletter contains several premium stories for our subscribers, including what the political landscape will bring to Vousia County in 2022. With no presidential election this year, several Volusia County Council races will take center stage.
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David Wersinger, News-Journal Deputy Managing Editor
Several races for Volusia County Council could tilt the political landscape in 2022. How area leaders tackle growth will also be a major issue.
Daytona Beach's 'brand'
Tourism leaders are considering ways to potentially re-brand the World’s Most Famous Beach. But the path ahead still involves overcoming the challenges from the past and the present.
Warhol turtle painting unveiled
Retired advertising executive Jim Benedict has owned an Andy Warhol limited edition screen print titled "Turtle 360A" since the mid-1980s. On Tuesday, he donated it to Volusia County's Marine Science Center.
So long, Daytona Truck Meet
Organizers of the Daytona Truck Meet, a notorious event that for eight years brought mayhem and bad behavior to the beachside, called it quits this week and said it would not return in 2022.
New hospital coming for Palm Coast
Flagler Health+ purchased 70 acres of property in Palm Coast off U.S. 1 and Palm Coast Parkway and their plans call for another hospital to be built.
This article originally appeared on The Daytona Beach News-Journal: What do politics hold for Volusia in 2022?