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Most of the nation “springs forward” from standard time to daylight saving time at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 14.

The time will suddenly become 3 a.m. — and you will likely lose an hour of sleep.

If you are an early riser, you will notice the skies are darker, but the afternoon will seem longer, as the sun will set an hour later.

Daylight-saving time will remain in effect until we “fall back” on Sunday, Nov. 7, when standard time returns.

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Al Everson
Born in Virginia, Al spent his youth in Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia, and first moved to DeLand in 1969. He graduated from Stetson University in 1971, and returned to West Volusia in 1985. Al began working for The Beacon as a stringer in 1999, contributing articles on county and municipal government and, when he left his job as the one-man news department at Radio Station WXVQ, began working at The Beacon full time.


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