Bunnell city commissioners had neither the numbers nor the patience to discuss Carver Gym thoroughly Monday, delaying the issue to another meeting.
An introduction to the seven-member FlaglerLive Board of Directors, and a few words about who we are and what we’re about.
Amada Dack has achieved more in her 21 years than many people do in an average lifetime.
Palm Coast’s first roller derby team falls to Ocala–and talks about moving to embattled Carver Gym in Bunnell.
The moment was as symbolic as it was literal: a human chain in Flagler Beach against off-shore oil drilling and for alternatives to fossil fuels.
Colleen Conklin, the school board member, is organizing the event–handing out slips and whistles, synchronizing the human link–along with Carmen Arasknick.
It’s one of three issues–dogs on the beach and surfing near the pier are the others–that get Flagler Beach residents really, really ticked at whatever the commission decides.
The rising numbers of children on free and reduced meals is a reflection of rising poverty and a rising toll on local families with fewer means.
The 3-2 vote was an unusual split over the difference between growth management and helping a developer be as economically viable as possible.
The 14-screen theater in Town Center is opening to great anticipation for action on screen and, economically, beyond its walls.