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Tuesday Briefing: School Board Talks Football Helmets, Palm Coast Priorities, Talent Show Auditions

| May 3, 2016

The school board is considering football helmets that alert coaches of repeated head crashes, the Palm Coast City Council will adopt yet another set of priorities, it’s talent show audition time, and congratulations to Leicester City for its historic win.

Monday Briefing: EMS Ping-Pong, Flagler Edition, New Vote-Counting Machines, Peace Run, The Somme in Poems

| May 2, 2016

The County Commission responds to Palm Coast’s EMS obsession with a proposal of its own, the peace run comes to Palm Coast City Hall, the supervisor of elections gets to buy new vote-counting machines, the Somme in poetry, from the air.

Weekend Briefing: Sex, Drugs, Rock n Roll at CRT, Jax Pops and PCAF, Domestic Violence 5K, Ben & Jerry’s Comes to St. Augustine

| April 29, 2016

Local stages will be rich with plays and musicals this weekend–“Sex Drugs, Rock n Roll” at City Rep, “Into the Woods” at the Playhouse, “Spelling Bee” at Matanzas, and of course the Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s annual Picnics and Pops Concert with the Jacksonville Symphony on Sunday.

Thursday Briefing: Community Cats Calling, Inspired Mic, Flagler Beach Sign Forest, Obama’s Lost Narrative

| April 28, 2016

Community Cats of Palm Coast has a fundraiser hosted by SeaCasas in Flagler Beach, where the city commission will talk about dreaded street signs it doesn’t want, and how Obama lost his narrative drive.

Wednesday Briefing: Competency Hearing for Man Accused of Slamming Child, Oliva Talks Economy, Indefensible Secrecy on 9/11 Report

| April 27, 2016

Christopher Williams is accused of slamming a 4-year-old to the ground and causing horrendous injuries: his competency to stand trial is in question. Superintendent Jacob IOliva speaks to the economic opportunity council. The 9/11 report’s censored pages must be released.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Retail Hunt Update, Rapist Sentenced, Flagler Beach’s Wayward Signs, Entrepreneur Night

| April 26, 2016

The Palm Coast council breaks ground on a new wastewater treatment plant this morning before a workshop on how retail is doing, on the budget and other matters. Waldemar Rivera is sentenced after being found guilty of raping his step-daughter. Entrepreneur Night is at the Hammock Cheese Shop.

Monday Briefing: Doughnuts With Doughney in Flagler Beach, Rezoning in Bunnell, Lippmann’s Nutty Elitism

| April 25, 2016

Flagler Beach Police Chief Matthew Doughney has a few donuts with anyone who drops by, FBI investigating Palm Coast Swatting incident, why some Social Security benefits are going away soon.

Thursday Briefing: GOP Candidates’ Debutant Gig, Torch Run, Tubman’s $20, Into the Woods at Playhouse

| April 21, 2016

A GOP candidates’ coming-out at the Knights of Columbus this evening, Harriet Tubman gets on the $20, “Into the Woods” starts a two-week run at the Playhouse.

Wednesday Briefing: Assisted Living on Cypress, $200,000 Lawsuit Against Sheriff, Autism’s Surge

| April 20, 2016

The Palm Coast Planning Board looks over plans for a new assisted living facility on Cypress Point, speaking Arabic on a plane, a $200,000 lawsuit against the sheriff over a wrongful arrest, autism and a Beethoven string quartet.

Tuesday Briefing: Tourism Department’s Go-Go Giddiness, School Discipline, Car-Seat Checks, Beyond Pluto

| April 19, 2016

Now that the tourism office is a county department, the county wants to add a $45,000 employee, loosen up the grant standards and buy lots of equipment, the school board talks student code of conduct.

Monday Briefing: $3.4 Million for County Road 13, a Holocaust Memorial, Flagler Business Women, Cops Gear Up for GOP

| April 18, 2016

Police in Cleveland are militarizing ahead of the GOP convention, County Road 13 will get a major improvement, Gov. Scott brings attention to a Holocaust memorial.

Weekend Briefing: New Show at Salvo, Victims’ Rights Sunrise Memorial, Sheriff’s Ethics, Gershwin’s Rhapsody

| April 15, 2016

Sheriff Jim Manfre’s ethics case again goes before the state ethics commission, Salvo Art Gallery shows four artists’ new works, a victims’ rights memorial on the pier Saturday, and plenty more.

Thursday Briefing: 7 Month Old on Terrorist Watch List, FPC Chorus Spring Concert, Beach-Saving Talk

| April 14, 2016

The Flagler Beach City Commission hears about repairing its beach south of the pier, how a 7-month-old American baby ended up on the terrorist watch list, FPC’s chorus in action at the auditorium, a priest disappears in St. Johns and foul play is suspected.

Wednesday Briefing: Take a Transportation Survey, Victoria Acierno’s Continued Commitment, Paul Ryan’s Future

| April 13, 2016

Victoria Acierno, who drove her car through a brick wall at Indian Trails school in January 2001, will remain in a psychiatric hospital against her will, Palm Coast wants you to take a transportation survey, and what remains of the bus that started the Lebanese Civil War 41 years ago.

Tuesday Briefing: Women’s Unhappy Hour at Farley’s, More Costs at Holland Park, Spring Band Concert

| April 12, 2016

What equal pay? Women will gather at Farley’s Irish pub this evening to drown their unhappiness in booze over women’s pay still not matching men’s, some minor cost overruns at Holland Park, FPC’s band in action.

Monday Briefing: National Library Week, Speed Bumps in Bunnell, Zez Confrey’s Kitten on Keys

| April 11, 2016

Colony Park residents in Bunnell want speed bumps but the city is speed-bumping the request, it’s National Library Week, so read all week, and it’s time to watch Zez Confrey’s Kitten on the Keys.

Weekend Briefing: Relay for Life in Palm Coast, Right Whales Talk, Rockin’ County Fair, Twitter’s Perv Park

| April 9, 2016

Relay for Life in Palm Coast’s Central Park Friday and Saturday, the fair and Rock n Ribfest continue, Frank Gromling talks whales, how Twitter has turned into a park for pervs.

Thursday Briefing: Rock ‘n Ribfest, Legislative Scorecard, States’ Bathroom Obsessions, Matanzas Golf Course

| April 7, 2016

Rock ‘n Ribfest launches its band bash at the Flagler County Fair, Travis Hutson and Paul Renner speak to a chamber group, The Gap apologizes, still more bombing runs at Pinecastle range.

Wednesday Briefing: Botched SWAT Raids, County Fair Kick-Off, Auditorium’s Tea at Tiffany’s

| April 6, 2016

The Flagler County Fair begins today and runs through Sunday, the Cato Institute has a map of botched SWAT raids, Palm Coast Code Enforcement board meets, the Flagler Auditorium’s Tea at Tiffany’s, a fund-raiser for the Arts in Education fund.

Tuesday Briefing: Cell-Tower Approval, Matanzas Woods Parkway Update, Palmyra Demolished, Too Many Photographs

| April 5, 2016

Superintendent Jacob Oliva provides a Matanzas Parkway update this evening, the Palm Coast City Council is expected to approve a 150-foot cell tower, you take too many pictures, and complaints about the loss of Palmyra’s ruins forget about the real loss: civilians.

Monday Briefing: Palmer Talks Union Power at Caucus, Commissioners Talk Complaints and Bypass, Trump Obscenities

| April 4, 2016

Firefighters union chief Stephen Palmer talks about the new coalition of six public sector unions in Flagler to the Democratic Caucus at AACS, busy county commission meetings, the latest Trump obscenities.

Weekend Briefing: Chamber Players of Palm Coast, Suicide Prevention Walk, Jewish Festival, Rising Seas

| April 1, 2016

A suicide prevention walk Saturday in Town Center with a special focus on Lindsey Brockhaus and Cora Ann Engel, the Chamber Players of Palm Coast in concert Sunday, the fifth Jewish Heritage Festival at the Casements in Ormond Beach Sunday.

Thursday Briefing: More Irish at Auditorium, Inspired Mic Returns at Europa, Torture Insanity

| March 31, 2016

The Inspired Mic returns after a hiatus, this time at its new home at The Europa, at Palm Coast’s European Village. A majority of Americans support torturing terrorist suspects. More Irish spectaculars at the auditorium.

Wednesday Briefing: Spousal Shooting Cases in Court, Problem Solvers in Orlando, Bombing in Ocala

| March 30, 2016

William Carson Merrill, who shot and killed his wife in 2012, and Anna Pehota, who shot and killed her husband, are both in court for various motions today before Judge Matthew Foxman. The school district’s Future Problem Solvers are in state competition in Orlando.

Tuesday Briefing: Art as Day Job at FPC, Entrepreneur Night, Palm Coast Talks Cell Tower

| March 29, 2016

Entrepreneur Night is at the Beachfront Winery, Palm Coast talks debt and cell tower for Corporate Drive, An Art League grants brings a discussion of art as a job to FPC.

Monday Briefing: Matanzas Interchange Dedication, Bunnell Health, Kasich’s Jekyll and Hyde Act

| March 28, 2016

The Matanzas Woods Parkway interchange with I-95 is finally dedicated today after decades of efforts to build it, the Bunnell City Commission talks health care, and John Kasich isn’t the man you see on TV.

Weekend Briefing: Cracker Day Rodeo, Motown Madness for Carver Gym, Newman’s Stations of the Cross

| March 25, 2016

The 61st Cracker Day at the Flagler County Fairgrounds, Good Friday with Barnett Newman’s Stations of the Cross (video), a few egg hunts, Motown Madness, a fund-raiser concert for Carver Gym.

Thursday Briefing: Belhumeur Sworn-in, a New Project WARM Playground, Trump Reflexes

| March 24, 2016

Rick Belhumeur takes his seat, without an election, as a Flagler Beach City Commissioner today, a new playground at at the Vince Carter Sanctuary is dedicated in memory of Joan M. Kelly.

Wednesday Briefing: Young Irelanders at Auditorium, Xenophobia Over Brussels, and From Ted Cruz, Grandma Gatewood

| March 23, 2016

The Young Irelanders dance at the Flagler Auditorium this evening, xenophobes and Ted Cruz screech over Brussels, the library’s book discussion group talks about “Grandma Gatewood’s Talk” as part of Flagler Reads Together.

Tuesday Briefing: 99-Home Development Off John Anderson, Rape Trial, More Bombings at Pinecastle

| March 22, 2016

The Navy bombs Pinecastle range again, the trial of Waldemar Rivera, accused of raping his step-daughter, resumes today, the planning board again considers a 99-house development near Bulow Creek.

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