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“We Cannot Walk Alone…
We Cannot Turn Back”

| January 16, 2017

A brief history of the origins and battles of the Martin Luther King federal holiday, and of the MLK monument at the Washington Mall, with full text and video of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech.”

Videos of Horse Chase Through Bunnell, Just Released, Show Rider at a Gallop

| September 28, 2012

Three surveillance videos catch glimpses of Charles Cowart as he rode a horse through various parts of Bunnell on Tuesday, particularly South Bunnell, as cop cars chase him and crowds gather.

16-Year-Old’s High-Def Eye In the Sky Gives Flagler Free and Spectacular Publicity

| September 10, 2012

Lucas Weekley, a budding engineer from Ocala, builds and flies remote-controlled aircraft that shoot high-definition video, which he edits and launches on YouTube through his BuyBee TV. Flagler Beach and Hammock Dunes were the lucky subjects of his last production.

Publix Crash Video and 911 Calls Reveal Harrowing Impact and Brave Aftermath

| April 17, 2012

As a surveillance video clearly shows the crash and its aftermath, within 58 seconds of impact, a large group of people had been organized around the car, deep inside the store, to lift it and free an 83-year-old man pinned underneath.

A Video Message to the Komen Foundation: What Breast Cancer Is, and Isn’t

| February 5, 2012

As good an answer to the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s misguided two-step as you’ll see: a woman’s testimony about what breast cancer has done to her, all politics aside.

Bad Boy Wrestling Club: An Ancient Sport Underhooks Flagler’s Youngest

| October 2, 2011

A video report on the fledgling Flagler Bad Boy Wrestling Club, now in its second year, with a presence in all the county’s elementary schools.

Hammock Carvings: Paul Baliker, Sculptor of Nature’s Balance at Man’s Mercy

| September 8, 2011

Paul Baliker has been sculpting wood and bronze for 35 years, working out of his studio in the Hammock, where he also maintains a gallery. A video report by Charlotte Marten.

9/11 Brotherhood Ride Honored by Hammock’s Firefighters on 40’s Way to Ground Zero

| August 25, 2011

The 40 cyclists from first-responder departments around the country set off from Naples for the 1,600-mile journey on Aug. 20. They’ll be at Ground Zero in time for the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Charlotte Marten’s video report.

Mia Bella Dance Academy’s Team of 21 Sweeps National Showdown in Gatlinburg

| July 27, 2011

Mia Bella Dance Academy’s competition team of 20 dancers more than doubled their national awards tally from last year in a competition in Gatlinburg, Tenn., this month. Charlotte Marten’s video report.

Despite Rains and Fire Chief’s OK, Flagler Beach Fireworks Won’t Be Reignited

| June 29, 2011

Thanks to recent rains, Fire Chief Don Petito OK’d the Flagler Beach fireworks, but the county commission stuck to its decision to cancel, citing several reasons–including the fireworks company’s inability to switch gear again at this late date.

Literacy By the Paw: When Children Learn To Read With Dogs as Their Audience

| June 18, 2011

The Flagler County Public Library and the Flagler Humane Society have paired to offer a periodic reading program for children who develop their skills by reading to dogs. A video report.

Move Over, Men: Flagler Beach Rides Roiling Surge in Women’s Surfing

| June 3, 2011

Since Frieda Zamba won her four world championship in the 1980s, women’s surfing has surged in popularity, with ripples down the shores of Flagler Beach. A video report from Charlotte Marten.

A Cardboard Castle Contest and Other First Friday Royalties in Flagler Beach

| May 8, 2011

Flagler Beach’s May edition of First Fridays brought the most construction activity to the county in three years, and tastings from around the globe.

Palm Coast Garden Club’s Biennial Flower Show Shrubs Up Colors and Designs

| May 1, 2011

The two-day show included a couple of competitive design divisions and a plant sale that drew entrants and horticultural enthusiasts. Charlotte Marten’s video report.

De•lec•ta•ble (di lek’tә b’l), Adj., Very Pleasing, Delightful, Luscious; as in: Taste of Flagler

| April 26, 2011

The Flagler County Chamber of Commerce and Affiliates’ annual Taste of Flagler, at the Conservatory Golf Club, was a serial seduction of the senses: a video and the list of winners.

Beanery Endeavour: Georgia’s Famed Tallulah Students Stop By For 46 Brown-Bag Breakfasts

| April 21, 2011

Georgia’s Tallulah School is one of the nation’s most celebrated schools. Its 7th graders have been making spring trips to Florida for years. They stopped by the Beachhouse Beanery for breakfast and a chat with Mayor Alice Baker.

Flagler Beach’s Turtle Savior Honored by Daughters of the American Revolution

| April 10, 2011

Lori Ottlein has been involved in land turtle rescue, sea turtle protection and rehabilitation for almost 15 years. She received a national conservation award for her work with the turtles from Daughters of the American Revolution.

Palm Coast’s SoHo: Secca Tree Studios Double Hollingsworth Gallery’s Arts Empire

| April 9, 2011

With its Secca Tree Studios expansion at City Market Place, Hollingsworth Gallery is increasing local contemporary art’s and artists’ exposure while anchoring the arts’ role in Palm Coast’s identity.

Video: A Walk Back in Time at the Florida Agriculture Museum

| April 6, 2011

The festival featured re-enactors representing people from various periods of Florida’s history, from Timucuans to moonshiners to union troops. Charlotte Marten reports.

As the School District Agonizes Over Cuts, Imagine Prepares to Almost Double in Size

| March 28, 2011

Imagine School at Town Center is expanding to accommodate 910 students even as the rest of the district’s enrollment stalls and its budgets are being slashed. A video report of Imagine’s expansion plans.

Blue Skies, Wild Bill: Wings Over Flagler Bids Fallen Pilot Farewell

| March 27, 2011

Wild Bill Walker, a veteran of Alabama’s Red Thunder Air Show Team, was 58 when his plane crashed Saturday. Fellow pilots paid tribute to him today at the Wings Over Flagler air show, which ended on a sober, sunny roar of flights into the blue.

Video: The Crash Scene Shortly After the Yak-52 Went Down at Wings Over Flagler

| March 27, 2011

This video from the crash scene at the Flagler/Palm Coast Wings Over Flagler air show was provided by Robert Kilroy, and taken within an hour of the accident.

She Trusted Them, Put Them Up, They Robbed Her of $50,000: Marsha Fingland’s Story

| March 24, 2011

Local Realtor Marsha Fingland trusted John and Joanne Johnson when they claimed to be inheritors of millions looking for a church to tithe, and places to stay before they could tap their money. She turned out to be their scam’s latest victim.

World Guy Erik Bendl Globe-Trots
Through Bunnell and Palm Coast for Diabetes

| February 4, 2011

World Guy Erik Bendl has been walking across the country to raise awareness for diabetes for years, in memory of his mother. Here’s a video report as he walked US1 in Bunnell this week, on his way to Georgia.

Beyond Controversy: A Video Profile of The Sheltering Tree, Flagler’s Cold-Weather Shelter

| January 27, 2011

Don’t listen to rumors. See Flagler’s homeless for yourself, hear them speak. Charlotte Martne’s special video report of Flagler County’s cold-weather shelter puts faces behind the stereotypes and dispels a few myths.

Ballroom Dancing’s Homage to Glee–and Arts Education–at the Flagler Auditorium

| January 19, 2011

Charlotte Marten met up with Jim and Suzanne Carter of the Fred Astaire Dance Studio at City Market Place to talk about Saturday’s “Big Stage Ballroom” show and fund-raiser at the Flagler Auditorium.

Right Whales Soar Off Flagler’s Coast, But Two Beached Pilot Whales Die in Marineland

| January 16, 2011

The week brought rich sightings of right whales along the Flagler County coastline. But on Thursday, two seriously ill pilot whales beached in Marineland and died. Videos of both events from whale watcher Christine Sullivan.

On Point: “Tonight They’re All Stars”: A Preview of the Teacher of the Year Gala

| January 13, 2011

In this week’s On Point, Charlotte Marten’s recap if main headlines is followed by a special report on tonight’s celebration of teachers and employees at the Flagler Auditorium.

Teacher of the Year Video Preview:
FPC’s Jim Pignatiello Explains Pigdom

| January 13, 2011

A terror, an inspiration, a beloved teacher: Jim Pignatiello teaches science at Flagler Palm Coast High School and is a candidate for Flagler County Teacher of the Year.

On Point: Color Splash from Hollingsworth To the Art League

| January 6, 2011

On Point with Charlotte Marten recaps the week’s main events and in a special report, previews two new shows opening at Palm Coast’s art galleries: Daytona Beach artist Beth Garren at Hollingsworth Gallery, where Garren’s work will be shown with that of JJ Graham, and “Color Splash” at the Flagler County Art League.



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