The young people, from Ormond Beach, were returning from the beach and carried evidence of a party. None wore seat-belts.
The 10 percent-a-year raises of the police rank and file’s previous contract give way to realities of shrinking government budgets and stingy taxpayers.
They tried to rip an ATM machine off its concrete casing. They failed. But not without causing $35,000 in damages the bank will have to absorb.
Flagler’s paramedics competed against 10 countries and 23 teams. Photo gallery included.
The new fire truck, part of the city fire department’s fleet of 14 vehicles, will burn fuel more cleanly and replaces a model that had logged 169,000 miles since 1995.
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.
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.
A meeting on what to do with the old Flagler County Courthouse turned into a bitter clash between Commissioner Milissa Holland and County Administrator Craig Coffey.
A suicide thwarted, a home health aid accused of having sticky fingers, a mom unaware that her teens are stealing while she shops, and more.
A verbal scuffle degenerated into a physical and bloody assault early the morning of May 26 at the bowling alley bar in Palm Coast.