Two men break into a local bar but get nothing, a stolen car is found stripped, a man with chicken and beef in his pants, and more.
The Flagler school district will spend upwards of $600,000 (to start) to comply with constitutionally required class-size reductions that have no appreciable effect on quality education.
Jim Greer’s felonious corruptions, how to blame Obama for the Gulf spill, Ayn Rand meets Charles Murray, the pleasures of imagination, and much more.
Attorney General Bill McCollum’s claim that health reform forces Florida to shell out too much money for Medicaid is demonstrably false.
One publication declares Palm Coast real estate gold for retirees, another declares Palm Coast a lost cause for home prices.
Sometime over the weekend a rumor started spreading like fog around Flagler Beach that the county was going to take over the Flagler Beach Fire Department. It was false.
Flagler County Administrator Craig Coffey fears being fired without severance when his contract runs out this fall.
Per-student funding has risen and fallen over the year, but today it’s identical to what it was in 1996, even as the student population, academic expectations and administrative burdens have multiplied.
The drop is the steepest of the last three years. Some $5 billion in taxable values have been wiped out since 2007.
Some of the school district’s most familiar names took their last bows Tuesday, including Michele Crosby, Hanneke Jevons, Myra Middleton and Rebecca Dunn.