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Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Talks Garbage, Suppressing a DUI Test, Entrepreneur Night at Channel Side, Commission Forum

| October 25, 2016

Palm Coast prepares to approve the next five-year contract with Waste Pro, its garbage hauler, the man charged with killing Michelle Hunter Roberts on Belle Terre Parkway and Pine Grove wants his DUI test thrown out, pot legalization in California could blow open the door to more legalization.

Monday Briefing: Early Voting Begins, Judy Wormeck, 2016 Artist of the Year, Slow Death for Impact Fees in Bunnell

| October 24, 2016

Early voting begins in Flagler and across Florida, at three locations locally, the Bunnell Commission considers indefinitely extending a moratorium on Police, Fire, Parks and Recreation, and Transportation Impact Fees, Trump is in Tampa.

Weekend Briefing: Halloween Boo Bash, Haunted Trails, Ethics Commission, Toys for Tots, David Mamet

| October 21, 2016

Toys for Tots registration begins this weekend, the Halloween Boo Bash is at Belle Terre Park, Haunted Trails at the Agriculture Museum, Ivanka Trump and the signing of the Louisiana Purchase.

Thursday Briefing: County Take-Over of Agriculture Museum, Costume Party at Beachfront Grill, Obama in South Florida

| October 20, 2016

The County Commission considers taking over the Florida Agriculture Museum, which is out of money, Flagler Democrats hold happy hour, Beachfront Grill in Flagler Beach hosts a costume party, President Obama campaigns for Clinton in South Florida.

Wednesday Briefing: Palm Coast Founders Day, Bill Nelson at the Pier, Caution on A1A’s Detours, Writers’ Tips

| October 19, 2016

Palm Coast’s Founders’ Day gathers three city mayors, U.S. Sen. Bill nelson comes to see the damage from Hurricane Matthew and talk with officials, Hispanics in the 2016 election, a feature-length movie on Trum to the tune of Pink Floyd’s The Wall.

Tuesday Briefing: Last Day for Voter Registration, Food Truck Tuesday, Palm Coast Trees, Trump’s Smearing Playbook

| October 18, 2016

Last chance to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election, Food Truck Tuesday in Palm Coast’s Central Park benefits the Dolly Parton Library, the school board gets a Hurricane Matthew update, insights into Trump’s smear playbook.

Monday Briefing: Food Donations at Airport, 2 More Days for Voter Registration, Staly-Jones Debate, Rubio-Murphy Debate

| October 17, 2016

A fresh-food giveaway at the county airport by the state’s best food bank, the only sheriff’s candidate debate, between Rick Staly and Larry Jones, next-to-last day for voter registration before the Nov. 8 election, Erich Maria Remarque.

Weekend Briefing: Art of Jazz, Movie in the Park, Bob Dylan’s Nobel, Solar and Medical Pot, White Christian America

| October 14, 2016

The Palm Coast Arts Foundation celebrates the Art of Jazz, Hotel Transylvania 2 in Palm Coast’s Central Park, the Atlantic on the end of white Christian America, and the recovery continues.

Thursday Briefing: Brisk Recovery Center, Voter Registration, Pot Arrests Outrun Violent Crime, Rudest Question About Trans

| October 13, 2016

Flagler County’s assistance center drew 400 people Wednesday and will remain open this week at the public library in Palm Coast, pot arrests outnumber arrests for violent crime, the Nobel for literature is announced.

Wednesday Briefing: It’s Back to School, Assistance Center Opens, Give Us Mica Back, If Only Women Voted

| October 12, 2016

County government opens an assistance center ahead of an anticipated FEMA center at the public library, U.S. Rep. John Mica’s visit to Flagler Beach reminded the county how much it misses his influence and appropriations, schools resume regular and after-school schedules today, Donald Trump hits Florida.

Wednesday Briefing: Agronomy Lab at Buddy Taylor Middle Cancelled, Felon Voting Rights, Eyes on Matthew

| October 5, 2016

The day will be dominated by studying Hurricane Matthew’s path, with a ribbon cutting at an agronomy lab at Buddy Taylor Middle School, code enforcement and beautification meetings in palm Coast, and Orhan Pamuk on Istanbul.

Tuesday Briefing: Cops’ National Night Out Cancelled, State of Education Address, Trump’s Chiquitas

| October 4, 2016

As Flagler keeps its eyes on nervy Hurricane Matthew, cops hold their annual Night Out event in Flagler Beach, Superintendent Jacob Oliva delivers the State of Education Address in the evening, and Trump contends with the scandal of the day.

Monday Briefing: Donuts With Doughney, Pink Army Flag-Raising, Transgender Soldiers, Biden in Orlando

| October 3, 2016

The breast cancer awareness Pink Army flag is raised at the Government Services Building, commissioners snip a ribbon at the county airport, the News-Journal’s Derek Catron’s first novel, more livable lives for transgender soldiers.

Weekend Briefing: International Festival, Animal Adop-A-Thon, Lady Bulldogs Fundraiser, Charlie Brown

| September 30, 2016

The fifth International Festival is Saturday in Town Center’s Central Park, the Elks Lodge hosts an animal adop-a-thon, FPC’s lady Bulldog basketball team holds a fund-raising golf tournament, Trump’s Cuba trip.

Thursday Briefing: Last of the Tax Hearings, Zika Pow-Wow, FPC v. University High, Banning Malcolm X

| September 29, 2016

The Flagler County Health Department hosts a meeting of local governments on the Zika virus, the county commission holds the last of the season’s tax hearings, how Malcolm X landed on banned-books lists.

Wednesday Briefing: Beach Belly Bobs, Holland Park History, Trump’s Excellent Temperament, Twitter Automation

| September 28, 2016

Donald Trum’s excellent temperament is reviewed, learn all about Twitter automation, ribbon-cutting at Beach belly Bobs in Flagler Beach, and the Vivaldi-Bach concerti.

Tuesday Briefing: Dedicating Frank Meeker Field, FPC v. Matanzas in Volleyball, Bill Nelson Representatives in Flagler Beach

| September 27, 2016

A soccer field is dedicated to Frank Meeker at Indian Trails Sports Complex, Palm Coast buys a pumper truck, FPC and Matanzas face off in volleyball, the whistleblower court case against Sheriff Manfre is delayed.

Monday Briefing: Banned Books Week, John Sbordone, Covering “Black Rage”

| September 26, 2016

The Flagler County Public Library marks Banned Books Week starting with an Ed Murrow documentary, Bunnell holds a tax hearing, City Repertory Theatre’s John Sbordone is profiled.

Weekend Briefing: Kaepernick’s Time, Charlie Brown Vets Special, Native American Day, FPC Open House, Cop Tattoos

| September 23, 2016

Charlie Brown, the musical, at City Rep, this time with a veterans’ special, a campus-wide open house at FPC Friday, should cop tattoo policies be relaxed, Jane Jacobs remembered.

Thursday Briefing: 2 New Detention Deputies, A Lobbyist for Flagler Beach, Milissa Holland’s Designs

| September 22, 2016

The Flagler Beach City Commission will pay $30,000 for a state lobbyist, Milissa Holland tells the News-Journal of her plans as Palm Coast’s new mayor, and Paolo Restani playing Mendelssohn’s Capriccio Brillante.

Wednesday Briefing: The Observer’s Jeff Dawsey, Tax-Setting Hearings, Northwest Crack-Up, Unsinkable Trump

| September 21, 2016

Palm Coast and Flagler Beach set your tax rates for next year, The Northwest Passage has melted, the Observer’s Jeff Dawsey’s journey from drug dealer to minister, Trump’s unsinkable campaign.

Tuesday Briefing: FPC’s Car Sale, Bed Race Prep, Food Truck Tuesday, Prison Jobs Fair, Old Yacht Club’s New Tenants

| September 20, 2016

The Flagler County School Board discusses the controversial car sale that took over the campus of Flagler Palm Coast High School earlier this month, it’s Food Truck Tuesday in Central Park, and does God want Trump to be president?

Monday Briefing: John Schenone Trial, An Extended Runway for Flagler Airport, Trump in lee County, iPhone’s New Coke

| September 19, 2016

John J. Schenone, 21, of Palm Coast, goes on trial for an alleged sex assault of an 11-year-old girl, the county commission moves forward on building a $12 million runway extension at the county airport, why the new iPhone risks being Apple’s New Coke.

Weekend Briefing: Peter Cerreta’s New Show at Salvo, “Mutable” at ZinkZank, Charlie Brown at CRT, Bergen’s Profanities

| September 16, 2016

The great Peter Cerreta shows new work at Salvo Art Project, City Repertory Theatre presents another weekend of “Charlie Brown,” the musical, “Mutable: Temporality and the Fickle Nature of Art Making,” at ZinkZank Gallery, a fundraiser at the Flagler Auditorium, Benjamin Bergen on the scientific purposes of profanity.

Thursday Briefing: County Property Taxes, School Open Houses, Trump’s Hissy Fits, Filming Private Ryan

| September 15, 2016

The Flagler County Commission holds the first of two public hearings on next year’s taxes, Trump’s hissy fits get less attention than Hillary’s caughing fits, how Saving Private Ryan’s battle scenes were filmed.

Wednesday Briefing: Cultural Arts Grants, Joe Arpaio’s Posse, Elizabeth Ann Seton Canonization, Incomes Zoom, Finally

| September 14, 2016

Ever wonder who on earth was Elizabeth Ann Seton? Today is the anniversary of her canonization, Americans’ incomes zoom up finally, Joe Arpaio’s posse may be in trouble, Ford’s self-driving car.

Tuesday Briefing: Crashing Players Club, Grading on a Curve, Renner Kick-Off, Cost of Incarceration

| September 13, 2016

Three buildings at the old Players Club are demolished, ending the nuttiness of grading on a curve, Flagler Palm Coast High School meets Pine Ridge, Matanzas High School meets DeLand in Bowling, the staggering costs of incarceration.

Monday Briefing: A Taxing District for Malacompra Basin, A Tax Hearing for Bunnell, Live Bombing, Salamander Update

| September 12, 2016

The Malacompra and Marineland basin area residents get a new annual tax to pay for drainage problems, Bunnell sets its tax rate for next year, Jules Verne, garden club talks bees, and how to read sheet music in two minutes flat.

Weekend Briefing: 9/11, African Art, Senior Games, Beer Arising, Chess Jax, Women of Jazz, Intracoastal Clean-Up

| September 9, 2016

A busy weekend with a new musical (Charlie Brown) opening at CRT, women of jazz at the African-American Center, lectures on African art by the Palm Coast Arts Foundation, the Senior Games all week, and quite a bit more.

Thursday Briefing: Flagler Restaurant Week Kick-Off, Flagler Beach’s Taxi Update, Journalism’s Lost Generation

| September 8, 2016

The third annual Restaurant Week kicks off at Marineland Dolphin Adventure, the Flagler Beach City Commission updates its taxi ordinance, what a journalism professor learned of the craft’s lost generation.



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