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Memorial Weekend Briefing: Ceremonies from Veterans to Heroes Park, FPC Reunion, FBI’s Email Ploy, Sexist Canon

| May 27, 2016

Monday is dominated by Memorial Day ceremonies from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., FPC Class of 1996 have their 20-year reunion, the FBI wants to sneak into your email, thoughts on the sexist canon we still should read.

Thursday Briefing: FPC and Matanzas Graduation Ceremonies, McLaughlin Town Hall, Imagine’s Colleen Fonte

| May 26, 2016

FPC and Matanzas will both be holding graduation ceremonies at Daytona’s Ocean Center this afternoon and evening, Commissioner Nate McLaughlin holds a town hall meeting, Imagine School’s Colleen Fonte is a national winner.

Wednesday Briefing: Toby Tobin Talks Home Building, Michelle O’Connell Autopsy, Cornel West on Trump and Clinton

| May 25, 2016

Toby Tobin gives the county economic panel an update on Flagler construction, Cornel West goes off on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Pasco bans a book for middle schoolers.

Tuesday Briefing: Bring Your A Game Camp, Food Truck Tuesdays, Bernie Loses the Halo, Grandma in the Attic

| May 24, 2016

The Bring Your A Game summer camp is explained, Bernie takes flack from his own, what to do when Grandma moves into the attic, and the rescheduled Food Truck Tuesday.

Monday Briefing: Tasers for Bunnell Cops, Tim Tebow Hosts Best of Preps, Math Madness, Global Warming Madness

| May 23, 2016

The Bunnell City Commission needs to replace its cops’ 10 Tasers, Tim Tebow speaks at a banquet honoring athletes and fans in Daytona Beach, a frightening graphic display of global temperatures over the past 150 years.

Weekend Briefing: Choral Arts Society Concerts, Transparency at Salvo, Calypso Gallery Grand Opening

| May 20, 2016

“Transparency,” a new show opens at Salvo Art Project featuring Krystyna Spisak-Madejczyk, opens Saturday, the Choral Arts Society performs concerts Saturday and Sunday, Albrecht Durer is 545 years old.

Thursday Briefing: Fallen Officers Memorial, Biggest Candidate Forum Yet, Flagler Beach Montessori Lease

| May 19, 2016

The annual memorial commemorating Flagler County’s four fallen officers at 10 a.m., a candidate forum featuring school board, Palm Coast council and county commission candidates, the Flagler Beach City Commission takes on a montessori school’s lease.

Wednesday Briefing: Flagler Youth Orchestra’s Surprise Soloist, Seniors’ Baccalaureate, Landon Talks

| May 18, 2016

The Flagler Youth Orchestra performs the final concert of the season at the Flagler Auditorium this evening, Palm Coast City Manager talks of the city’s future, the poor can’t win in the court system.

Tuesday Briefing: Working-Group Pot, Food Truck Postponed, School Lunch Cost, Brown v. Board of Ed at 62

| May 17, 2016

A committee of local law enforcement, judicial and other government officials meets to develop a proposed pot-decriminalization ordinance, the Palm Coast City Council discusses a European Village revamp, the school board discusses raising school lunches by 25 cents.

Monday Briefing: Public Library’s Expansion Plans, Manatee Protection, Romney’s 3rd Party

| May 16, 2016

The county commission examines prospects and timelines for a library addition, and some financing options, and holds a hearing on its manatee-protection plan, Romney may be testing a third-party run with GOP leaders.

Weekend Briefing: FPC’s Beauty and the Beast, Movie in the Park, Middle Class As a Minority, Richard Avedon

| May 13, 2016

Flagler Palm Coast High’s Thespian troupe ends its season with “Beauty and the Beast” Friday and Saturday, “Ant Man” is the free movie in the park, and all weekend on this page, a feature-length movie on the great Richard Avedon.

Thursday Briefing: Right Whale Season Sum-Up, Josh Crews Writing Project, Sister Helen Prejean Honored

| May 12, 2016

Frank Gromling, the Right Whale Guy, gives a State of the Whales talk at the end of the 2015-16 season, Flagler Beach talks bait shop, four schools celebrate the end of the year with various events, Schumann’s Papillion.

Wednesday Briefing: Cops and Managers Talk Pot Decriminalization, Senior Awards, Susan Rice at FIU

| May 11, 2016

A much-anticipated meeting of local officials to discuss decriminalization of pot, National Security Adviser Susan Rice is at Florida International University, Bach’s Goldberg Variations.

Tuesday Briefing: Seminole Path, Flagler Budget Kick-Off, Fearless Women, The US’ Too-Low Taxes, Rubio Again

| May 10, 2016

Seminole Woods Parkway gets its next-phase foot and bike path, Flagler government starts talking budget for next year, Marco Rubio comes out of retirement for a chat on the Middle East.

Monday Briefing: A Slew of Sentences, Obama on Students Who Silence Speech, Bunnell Parking Regulations

| May 9, 2016

James Russell Brink had his statutory rape charge reduced to felony child abuse and his adjudication withheld by a judge. He’s back in court. Obama decries students who censor speech. Mozart at his most Bach-like. Bunnell changes parking regulations.

Weekend Briefing: Arbor Day in Central Park, Bogosian at CRT, Prom Night, Drug Court Graduation

| May 6, 2016

You can get a free hardwood tree in exchange for a food donation at Arbor Day, Pastor Charles Silano keynotes drug court graduation, last chance to see Bogosian’s Sex Drugs Rock & Roll.”

Thursday Briefing: Bunnell Day of Prayer, Cycle de Mayo, Coastal Cloud, Mentors, Death Penalty

| May 5, 2016

Today is “Cycle de Mayo” Ride Your Bike to Work Day, it’s Bunnell’s annual Day of Prayer, FEMA holds a workshop on new flood maps in the Hammock, the African American Mentor Program’s Young Men of Distinction end-of-year banquet takes place.

Wednesday Briefing: Election Supervisors Square Off, Code Enforcement Board Enforces, Cruz Out

| May 4, 2016

The three candidates for election supervisor–incumbent Kaiti Lenhart and challengers Kimble Medley and Abra Seay–square off for the first time at a Republican Club forum, Ted Cruz says goodbye.

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.

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