Elijah De’Shawn Hudson, a 24-year-old resident of 21 Rymen Lane in Palm Coast, faces 17 felony charges of possession of images or videos of sexual abuse of children, including second-degree felony charges of transmission of images of sexual abuse of minors. He’s being held at the Flagler County jail on $255,000 bond.
Lisette Otero-Lewis’s Galleria d’Arte in Palm Coast’s St. Joe Plaza has informal partnerships with the Gargiulo Art Foundation and with artist J.J. Graham of Salvo Art Project. Otero-Lewis is seeking to counter the effects of the pandemic, which hs limited art exhibits.
Whitson’s style and personality, if not his career path and sense of humor, could often evoke that of the late Larry Newsom, and may have played a strong role in the decision of a commission that had grown to depend on Newsom’s command of local and state issues.
Steven Barneski, the 30-year-old man shot several times by three Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies last July, was aware that he was surrounded by police and claims he was worried they’d find out he illegally had a gun, yet pulled it out anyway, supposedly to show it to deputies, a Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation reveals.
Tessie L. Clark, the 28-year-old mother of a 3-year-old boy, was charged with felony child neglect Tuesday (Feb. 16) after the boy was found wandering around Palm Coast’s B-Section unsupervised for an hour around midday.
The ongoing battle over short-term rental regulation is of special interest to Flagler County and its local government, which last decade initiated the movement that led to the 2014 law granting local governments the power to regulate short-term rentals up to a point.
In January, President Joe Biden signed an executive order to open up the federal health insurance marketplace for three months as of Monday so uninsured people can buy a plan and those who want to change their marketplace coverage can do so.
Joshua LeMaster’s nearly eight years of criminal charges, convictions and avoidance of prison ended today when he was sentenced to seven years in state prison for a series of probation violations, drug sales and weapon possession.
The slither of Slow Way connects Slow Drift Turn to County Road 325, which crosses County Road 330 before ending at U.S. 1. It’s been used as a shortcut out of and into the otherwise quiet Seminole Woods neighborhood.
Flagler County’s pandemic situation is improving on every front–falling case loads in the community and in the hospital, increasing vaccine deliveries, rising proportion of the county’s elderly already inoculated, and nothing but more voluminous vaccine deliveries ahead.