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Thursday Briefing: Project Bags, Thank A Mentor Day, Lawless Plea, District Spelling Bee

| January 19, 2017

A special meeting of the county’s jobs council reveals “Project Bags,” Rebecca Lawless pleads in the DUI manslaughter death of Diane Upton, the district spelling bee at Wadsworth Elementary, Theodor Adorno.

Wednesday Briefing: Rezoning for Homes Off U.S. 1, TDC Grants, Betsy DeVos’s War on Public Schools

| January 18, 2017

The Flagler Tourist Development Council awards a few quality-of-life grants to local groups and businesses, rezoning for 348 homes along US1 in Palm Coast’s K Section, Scott McClanahan on Crapalachia.

Tuesday Briefing: The John Seth Difference, Flagler Schools’ Rezoning, Flagler Playhouse Expansion, Pink Army

| January 17, 2017

FPC Band Leader John Seth gets national recognition, the Flagler School Board considers various rezoning proposals, the Flagler Playhouse wants to expand, The Palm Coast City Council refinances again, and Narciso Yepes plays on.

Sheriff’s Chief Cole Places 1st in Crimestoppers’ 5K

| January 16, 2017

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Chief Steve Cole, an avid runner and bicyclist, represented the Sheriff’s Office in Crimestoppers’ seventh Run to Stop Crime 5K race Saturday (Jan. 14) in Ormond Beach and placed first in his age group, 45-49.

Weekend Briefing: Drug Court Graduation, Next to Normal Musical, Adam Trent Magic, RPOF Annual Meeting, Democrats’ New Leader

| January 13, 2017

Retired Judge J. David Walsh presides over the 27th Drug Court Graduation ceremony, the fabulous Next to Normal musical at City Repertory Theatre, a magic show and Dave Mason at the Auditorium, MLK Day on Monday.

Thursday Briefing: Flagler Teacher and Employee of the Year, Pirates in Flagler Beach, Trump’s Conflicts

| January 12, 2017

The 2017 Flagler County Teacher of the Year and Service Employee of the Year are crowned at the Flagler Auditorium, a Palm Coast promotion company explores holding a pirates festival in Flagler Beach, Trumpology of the day.

Wednesday Briefing: Humane Society Expansion, Public Safety Council talks Jail Inspection, Bad Journalism

| January 11, 2017

The Public Safety Coordinating Council meets for the first time under its new chairman, Commissioner Nate McLaughlin, and with a new Sheriff, Rick Staly, the Humane Society expands, focusing more on bad journalism than fake news.

Palm Coast’s 2017 Birds of a Feather Fest and Art Show in February

| January 10, 2017

The three-day birding and nature festival invites everyone to enjoy a weekend of birding, photography, workshops, nature art show, social events, and family activities.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide Ranked 1st For Online Education By U.S. News

| January 10, 2017

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide has been ranked No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 list for best online bachelor’s degrees in the nation.

Tuesday Briefing: Rebuilding Palm Coast Community Center, Flagler Auditorium Update, What Is Woman

| January 10, 2017

The Palm Coast City Council is about to undergo a makeover, the Flagler County School Board holds another workshop with the Flagler Auditorium board, John Paul Stevens on Citizens United.

Weekend Briefing: Top Stories of 2016, First Friday in Flagler Beach, DSC Enrollment Saturday, Orwell

| January 6, 2017

WNZF’s Free For All Friday takes on the top stories of 2016, it’s the year’s First Fridays in Flagler Beach, easy enrollment at Daytona State College, George Orwell on political writing.

Thursday Briefing: Police Fire Pipes & Drums Go to Washington, Salvo Art, Anchor’s Choice, Cinderella

| January 5, 2017

The the Police and Fire Pipes and Drums band is heading to Washington to perform in Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration, Salvo Art gallery holds its final fund-raiser at its current location, Cinderella at the Flagler Auditorium.

Wednesday Briefing: Judge Craig Returns, Takes Over Criminal Court, YPG at Cork & Pint, Optimism v. Pessimism

| January 4, 2017

Circuit Judge Dennis Craig takes over the criminal docket in Flagler, the Young professional Group of Flagler takes its networking social to Cork & Pint, how not to be either an optimist nor a pessimist.

Tuesday Briefing: Inaugurating a New Sheriff, Flagler Beach and County Talk A1A, Crist Goes to Washington

| January 3, 2017

Charlie Crist becomes a Congressman, Flagler Beach and Flagler County talk A1A futures, Rick Staly is inaugurated Flagler County Sheriff, Trumpism as ideology, the world’s oldest surviving piano.

Year-End Briefing: Buy Less, Live More, Merry Christmas

| December 23, 2016

This is the last Daily briefing of the year, so the Briefing will be off until Jan. 3. Happy Hanukkah, Fabulous Festivus, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, in that order.

Thursday Briefing: Losing Democrats Look Back, Ernest Guagliata Trial, Journalism in Age of Trump, Bud Powell

| December 22, 2016

Flagler’s Democrats gather to hear from three of their candidates who lost in November and talk about the future, a man who assaulted police in Flagler Beach goes on trial, how journalists should cover Trump and Trumpism.

Wednesday Briefing: Legislative Delegation Wish List, Beach Restoration Dollars, National Geographic’s Trans Cover

| December 21, 2016

Paul Renner and Travis Hutson hear the county’s wish lists in the annual legislative meeting, seeking tourism dollars to fix beaches, National Geographic breaks ground, belatedly, with a 9-year-old transgender girl on its cover.

Tuesday Briefing: Policing Palm Coast, A Lid on Pot, Historic Bus Tour, Centennial Plans, Trans Homicides

| December 20, 2016

State of law enforcement in Palm Coast, pot-bsiness moratorium in Palm Coast, undercounting transgender homicides, “a fabulous” boat parade, the exquisite Billy Evans and his foolish heart.

Monday Briefing: Revels Farewell, Holly Norris Plea, Florida Presidential Electors, ITMS Concert

| December 19, 2016

Florida electors meet today to cast their vote for Donald Trump, Holly Norris, accused of aggravated manslaughter in her uncle’s death 3 years ago, may plea, the county commission says goodbye to Barbara Revels, Gary Kasparov writes.

Weekend Briefing: Goodbye Gail Wadsworth, Christmas With a Deputy, Boat Parade, Starlight 5K, Obama’s Nation

| December 16, 2016

Flagler County Clerk of Court Gail Wadsworth’s farewell on the courthouse steps, the Palm Coast Boat Parade, Christmas With a Deputy blares its sirens, The Nation marks the Obama years.

Thursday Briefing: A1A’s Various Futures in Flagler Beach, Rebecca Lawless Docket Sounding, Portman’s Jackie Kennedy

| December 15, 2016

The public gets a first look at options for permanent repairs of State Road A1A in Flagler Beach, Rebecca Lawless, accused of DUI manslaughter in the death of Diane Upton on SR100 last year, has a docket sounding in court.

Wednesday Briefing: Flagler Beach Holds Non-Public Meeting to Discuss Marina, Lies of the Past Year

| December 14, 2016

The Flagler Beach City Commission meets behind closed doors to figure out whether, and how, to address a judge’s decision on the Howard Sklar marina, Politifacts looks back at a year of lies.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast’s Medical Pot Bust, Annexation on SR100, Project GS2, Fetal Remains Rule, Humanism

| December 13, 2016

Improv at the Flagler Auditorium, a potential new business is discussed at Economic Development council, Palm Coast’s medical pot moratorium, humanism as the way out.

Monday Briefing: Buddy Taylor Middle Band Concert, Cops’ Militarism, Age of Outrage, Sunset in Bunnell

| December 12, 2016

The Bunnell City Commission sunsets its short-lived parks advisory committee, the Buddy Taylor Middle School band performs, Aasif Mandvi on Trump, the age of outrage.

Weekend Briefing: Starlight Parade, Homeschooling, Handel’s Messiah, DSC Enrollment, Abortion and The Fire Next Time

| December 9, 2016

Another weekend of wall to wall activities with the Starlight Parade in Palm Coast, the search for intelligent life at City Rep Theatre, Handel’s Messiah, enrollment Saturday at DSC, and a lot more.

Thursday Briefing: John Lennon Re-Imagined at Salvo, Future Water Supply, Preparing for Flagler Beach’s Election

| December 8, 2016

“Imagine,” a show at Salvo Art Project tonight, features music performances and art works celebrating John Lennon, Palm Coast’s beautification committee talks water, Flagler Beach talks elections.

Wednesday Briefing: FPC Band and Chorus Festival, Jingle Ball Social, Pearl Harbor at 75, Ta-Nehisi Coates

| December 7, 2016

FPC’s band and chorus take the stage at the Flagler Auditorium, the Young Professionals take to the Island Grille for their holiday party, It’s Matanzas v. FPC in girls’ soccer, and a conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Tuesday Briefing: Rymfire Winter Concert, Matanzas v. Menendez, Palm Coast Redevelopment Plan

| December 6, 2016

The Palm Coast council this evening is set to approve bringing Wawa to State Road 100 as part of a redevelopment plan, Rymfire Elementary’s winter concert, a word from Reinhold Niebuhr.

Monday Briefing: Flagler’s Wild Tourism Spending, Fame, Between Trumpism and Islamism, Kundera

| December 5, 2016

New county commissioners will contend with expensive requests from the county’s tourism division, Fame: the Musical at the Flagler Auditorium, Slovakia-bound art and Milan Kundera words.

Weekend Briefing: Christmas Parade in Flagler Beach, Arts Foundation Takes the Stage in Town Center, Messiah and Candlelight

| December 2, 2016

An eventful weekend of Christmas performances all over the place, with the Flagler Beach Holiday Parade, the Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s afternoon celebration of its new stage on Town Center, performances of Handel’s Messiah, and plenty more.



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